The cultural dimension of globalization needs to be analysed in order to determine its effects on societies. Cultural flows across the globe have had great impact on social lives of the people. Cultural intermixing has given birth to a more homogenized society. Before we embark on to examine the effects of cultural globalization, we should define the meaning of the term “cultural globalization”. The term refers to interflow of cultures around the globe. The spread of customs, languages and lifestyles allows for a relatively even distribution of the cultural wealth. This amalgamation of cultures is not recent event rather it has been always there in a concealed form. Now modernity has increased the rate of cultural globalization and the phenomenon has become a lot more obvious. The diverse and contradictory nature of the relationship between culture and globalization make the task a difficult one to deal with. The question whether cultural diversity is endangered at the hands of globalization or not, requires thorough research. It is believed by some scholars that cultural globalization is not a threat to cultural diversity rather it enhances the differences and has a positive effect. On the other hand the opinion that globalization suppresses some cultures and enhances the other to the extent that the former becomes extinct or endangered, is also floating in the sea of opinions.