Our national poet Kazi Nazrul Islam says in his poem “I will see the world taking under my own grip.” His dream has come true. Now the world has become smaller. We can know what happens to the farthest corner in the world with the moment. And all these have been possible due to globalization. Globalization is basically the process of expanding trade and commerce all over the world by creating a borderless market. However, it is creating more opportunities for capitalist countries rather than for developing ones. In the name of help and cooperation, the industrially developed capitalist countries are exploiting the cheap labor available in countries. This is the common fear about the adverse effects of globalization in the countries like ours. But, fear is not quite justified because globalization has also a far-reaching effect on many aspects of life. With the development of Hi-Tech communication media and repeat transportation facilities, the world has come closer. We can share our Joys and behavior into our homes through satellite television channels and the internet. Now, we can increase our local culture through the constant introduction of different cultures. The global strategy of development promises greater employment opportunities to the poor people but at the same time if promises hai returns to the developed countries. But along with these, the culture assault can also be resisted by the strength of our on traditional social values, beliefs, and attitudes.