This study based on Refugee Socio-Cultural Integration is a provisionary study of a refugee group. Any Refugee group until today has been seen from different parlances mainly through legal discernments. This study is specifically centered on Tibetan refugee group of Darjeeling, West Bengal. This study also addresses the relationship between the ethnic concentration of a region and multiple aspects of integration consequences with the ethnic minority groups and refugee group. It also examines whether ethnic concentration has influenced socio-cultural integration, i.e. inter-ethnic interactions, language proficiency etc. The analyses show that social exchanges between majority and minority groups. Though, a degree of mixing has a positive influence on the Tibetan refugee group. However “Queen of Hills”, Darjeeling is popular destination with more controversial and perplexing issues revolving these different ethnic groups relating to ethnicity and identity. Underlying these realms this book is a study of need, a prerequisite for the study of any refugee group living in the frontier, which reflects everyday life and their socio-cultural ideas redefining through a discrete panorama.