This is an anthropological research done in Bhutanese refugee resettled in Norway. It gives insight knowledge on how 'a way of life' institutionalizes to create social order and a group identity. It provides practical research approaches and its methodologies therefore; it is hoped worth reading for the students of social anthropology who are thinking to do a research work in a small community, teacher of social anthropology, many other researchers and general readers who are interested to know about the cultural pattern of the people. The refugee’s way of life is influenced by the new norms and values of host country, norms and values of other immigrants, and inflows of new knowledge however their impact is seen uneven, the cultural patterns is stronger than before. The informal gathering, 'Nepali Speaking Bhutanese’ community, global net of ‘Hami Bhutani (We are Bhutanese)’, the typical types of cultural patterns are constructing Bhutani identity in one hand and externalizing these knowledge are creating social reality on the other. Similarly, the Bhutani people carried out in a group for resettlement is facilitating to Bhutanize ‘the way of life’ even in Trondheim, Norway.