As described by Lefebvre (1991), every society produces its own space, and relations of production are tied to the representation of this space. I will argue in this chapter that Gyalthang villagers engage in place-making through ritual practices and narratives that reiterate vital links or continuities between persons and places. The important tasks of safe-guarding the household and reaffirming community require the performance of rituals to maintain harmonious relations between the people who live from cultivating the land and powerful deities and spirits who also ‘inhabit’ the land, some of them as its ‘owners’, others as ‘protectors of Buddhism’.