There is no dearth of books entitled with Anthropology, Social Anthropology, Cultural Anthropology, and so on. But this book Social Anthropology: Science of Cultural Diversity at a Glance has its own unique features in its way of presenting the concepts of the subject very lucidly in a simple manner, which does not demand much effort from the reader to gain insights. The intension of the author is to make anthropological concepts much familiar to the novice readers, and the students of non English background. This book discusses the issues like meaning, scope and utilities of anthropology in the changing world; various concepts of culture; aspects of language, the interplay between language and culture; subsistence patterns, and associated socio-economic and political features. Further, it discusses subject matters such as marriage, family and kinship patterns; political organization; economic organization; religion and revitalization movements, etc., with suitable examples. This style of writing certainly appeals the readers. This book is more useful to those who want to understand cultural diversity of human practices, at a glance.