The problem of indoor air pollution had been around for decades but there were not ever viewed it as a solitary and censoriously significant threat issue for ill health in the developing countries. The challenge is vast nearly 3 billion populations all over the world depend on indoor cook stove and were exposed daily to the pollution that this produces. it identified that the threat from indoor air pollution series extensively from low birth weight of children to chronic conditions in the elderly and everything in between acute respiratory disease, cancer, asthma, cardiovascular disease, eye disease, lung disease and chronic pulmonary obstructive lung disease. The main purpose of the present research was to explore the socio-environment condition and impact of kitchen pollution on the health of family member especially both on children and women. Majority of woman of village rely on biomass fuel because of poverty, lack of awareness level, facility of natural gas is not available and easily availability of biomass fuel. Effected population is considered burden on the society that area cannot progress properly. So government should have to pay attention phenomena and make policy.