Anthropology is a branch of science which focuses on human behavior, human biology and societies. Anthropology of landscape discusses how different individuals and groups engage with it. It consists of various theoretical and methodological approaches, values and interests. From sharing and observing local lives through ethnographic fieldwork, anthropology studies how landscapes matter to people. The people physically shape and ascribe meaning to the landscape they inhabit. It is an intrinsic part of human social and cultural lives, constructed both physically and symbolically, and helping to make and unmake relationships and identities. This book covers in detail some existent theories and innovative concepts revolving around the anthropology of landscape. While understanding the long-term perspectives of the topics, it makes an effort in highlighting their impact as a modern tool for the growth of the discipline. The readers would gain knowledge that would broaden their perspective about anthropology of landscape.