Sufism for centuries has been at forefront of human thought and action, but very little indeed can actually be distilled or is discernible from numerous books and monographs published over the course of many decades on this peculiar subject. One could with equal justification surmise Sufism must be experienced rather than an exercise in scholasticism or ratiocination. In matters of spirituality many aspects, first and foremost, must be considered which are time, place, conditions as well as spiritual receptivity of the people. Sufi teachings are time and culture bound- no doubt. They never were meant, unlike many religious organizations that had sprang up through time, to continue once the goal had been attained.