This book explores Wittgenstein's views on religion, culture and value. Being an anti- essentialist, Wittgenstein developed notions like language-game, forms of life, etc in his later philosophy. How on the basis of these philosophical tools did Wittgenstein perceive religious and cultural practices form the discussion of this book. This book makes a modest attempt to see Wittgenstein's standpoint from a practical perspective on certain issues related to religious, social and cultural practices. An effort is made to see if alternate perceptions of the existing religious and cultural practices can help in dissolving some of the conflicts that arise because of the diverse beliefs and practices. Thus, this work is oriented towards practical application of Wittgenstein's views.