Zafar Mohyuddin's book presents an analytical and comprehensive account of the region of Uch Sharif which was one of the early centers of learning and Sufism in premodern India. The region of Uch remained a nucleus of Sufi traditions in India, and from there Sufism spread all over the Indian Subcontinent. The book, begins with the historical background of the city of Uch and its rise as a seat of learning and piety. It also discusses the glory of Uch as a center of Suharawardi and Qadri Sufi Silsilahs in premodern India. It tries to analyze the relationship between the premodern Indian state and the Sufis of Uch and also highlights various role played by these Sufis in order to redress the problems of the common people. The Sufis of Uch spread the message of love, peace and religious harmony all over India. This book, in short is a readable account of the region of Uch and its contribution in the Development of Sufism in premodern India.