Uch is additionally kenned as “Alexandria at the Head of the Punjab”, is an historical city in Pakistan. Formerly located at the confluence of the Indus and Chenab rivers, it is now abstracted some 13 km from that confluence. It was a paramount center in medieval India, as an early stronghold of the Delhi Sultanate in the 13th century during the Muslim conquest. It is worth making a tour to Uch Sharif to optically discern the tombs of the 13th and 14th centuries. Uch Sharif is famous for the tombs of its saints; the most exquisite ruins in Pakistan, The most noticable is the famous tomb of Bibi Jawindi, a lady celebrated for her piety. Other monuments worth visually perceiving are the tombs of Bahawal Halim, Ustad Ladla, She!kh Saffuddin Ghazrooni, Makhdoom Jahanian. Jahangasht, and Rajan Qattal, and the Ohaus Subharii Mosque.
Uch is located 75 kms from Bahwalpur in the province of Punjab.