Mir Sayyid All Hamadani (1314-1385) who visited the valley of Kashmir thrice has been lovingly titled by the kashmiris as Shah Hamadan or the King of Hamadan. He is also known as Bani-a Musalmani or the crescentader, who brought them en-masse within the told of Islam through the sufi message of love, harmony and brotherhood. While giving his spiritual message he did not ignore the material needs of hi-, disciples. He imported about seven hundred sayyids from central Asia to introduce several handicrafts into Kashmir such as paper machie, shawls, paper making, namdas, metal inlay works and kharum band. He also introduced Persian and Arabic learning and calligraphy, Persian dress and culture and Islamic fiqah or Jurisprudence. His idea of building various khanqahs or suti convents in Kashmir was meant to create the sufi brotherhood communes of muslims. He played an important part in socio-political affairs of Kashmir and brought about reconciliation between Sultan Shahabuddin of Kashmir and Sultan Firozeshad Tughlak of Delhi. This book deals with the psycho-dynamics of Sayyid Ali Hamadani in the field of Islamic mysticism.