Fostering and nurturing social cohesion in a society has been a matter of concern for academicians as well as policy makers. Social Cohesion is important because it is not only an objective in itself which can make a society a better place to live in, but it has also certain economic and political implications. The present work is an attempt to study the impact of social cohesion on economic growth. It is a case study of developing South Asian country, Pakistan. It has discussed that how Elite dominance, class division, gender bias, poverty and different forms of economic and social inequalities are important in determining social cohesion in a society which in turn can affect economic growth.