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In this study, interstitial lung disease (ILD), the term used to refer certain diseases that cause damage (scarring) of lungs. The scarring caused by ILD is often irreversible and it can be classified based on different criteria (known cause, unknown cause, acute chronic, granulomatous, non-granulomatous, history of habitual activities like smoking, no smoking etc.). There are other things that cause or increase the risk of ILDs includes certain drugs, genetics or certain type of medical treatments like radiation or chemotherapy. The ILD is very much linked with the exposure to asbestosis and hypersensitivity pneumonitis. In this, we present one of the rarest cases of ILD in a non-smoking young woman who had a progressive growth of ILD and passed away in 2019.