Glioblastoma and primary CNS lymphoma (PCNSL) need differentiation on pre operative imaging as management strategies for these two pathologies are diverse. Due to the presence of atypical imaging findings in a significant number of cases, it becomes difficult to differentiate these two pathologies on conventional MRI. We utilized multi-parametric imaging methods (T1-perfusion, DWI, and SWI) for possible differentiation of these two entities. In linear discriminant analysis using various imaging parameters we achieved 84% accuracy with AUC 90.14%. We conclude that multi-parametric imaging may prove to be useful in accurate preoperative discrimination of these two pathologies.