Abstract: This study is designed to evaluate the effects of some selected demographic, socio-economic, cultural and programmatic factors on safe maternity deliver practices (delivery assisted by doctors, trained nurses or midwives, or family welfare visitors) among the Bangladeshi women, through the logistic regression method. This study is based on the national-level data drawn from Bangladesh Demographic and Health Survey (BDHS), 2004 with a sample of 10146 ever-married women aged 10-49 years who had at least one delivery before they were interviewed. The result of logistic regression shows that uneducated is less likely to have safe maternity deliveries. Exposed to mass media is positive and significantly associated with safe-delivery practices. Conservatism and religious taboos are likely to affect the practices, since Muslim women are less likely to have safe-delivery practices compared to non-Muslims women. Finally, the results suggest some suggestive policy measures so that the planners and implementers may take appropriate initiatives to ensue the safe maternity delivery practices especially in Bangladesh.