Since the father is reported to have died intestate, the property left behind by the deceased shall devolve equally on all his legal heirs which include the widow of the deceased, children and the mother of the deceased.
Since the property is indivisible mong all the legal heirs, all the heirs should discuss about the sharing and arrive at a consensus on mutually agreed concept or terms.
If no decision could be arrived and some of the heirs are agitating or disputing over the allocation of shares and are aggrieved, then the next option is to approach court of law with a suit for partition.
Partition of dwelling house will be decreed if insisted but Court will try that dwelling house stays with one or more coparcener but if no agreement is made among them, then the dwelling house will be sold and all the proceeds of sale will be divided among the shareholders.
Some properties are indivisible because of their nature like animals, furnitures, stair cases, wells, ways, passages, utensils and ornaments of a coparcener wife. These things cannot be divided unless we destroy their intrinsic value. These things should be sold and their proceeds divided among the shareholders.