The Dhajji Dewari Buildings of Kashmir
The Pherols of Uttarkashi- These 100-year-old and traditionally builtmultistoreyed houses are constructed of stone and wood with mudmortar (coursed-rubble masonry type).
The Kat-ki-Kunni Buildings of Kullu Valley- Bearing a closeresemblance to Pherols and the Dhajji-Diwari buildings, these timber-cornered buildings combine the weight, solidity and strength of a stonebuilding with the flexibility and quake-resistant qualities of a woodenone.
Traditional Assamese Buildings- In these structures, the buildingconstruction method is simple
pillars are made of gravel, red soil andlocal plastering material, topped with a structure of locally availabletimber.
The Bhongas of Kutch.