Hemya is a small village in the Leh district of Ladakh, India. It is located on the Indus River, about 80 km east of Leh town. Hemya has a population of around 265 people, mostly Changpas, a nomadic tribe of Tibetan origin.
The village is known for its traditional way of life and its beautiful surroundings. The houses in Hemya are made of mud and stone, and the streets are narrow and winding. The villagers are mostly farmers and herders. They grow barley, wheat, and vegetables in the small fields around the village. They also herd yaks, sheep, and goats.