The tomb of Baha Ul-Haleem is the earliest of three domed mausolea found on a high mound in the town of Uch, a center of Sufism under the Delhi sultanate. Little is known about him, except that he was the teacher of the saint Jahaniyan Jahan Gasht, who built the mausoleum. The tomb shows the influence of the funerary style that originated around Multan, exemplified by the Tomb of Bahaduun Zakaria.
Source: Khan, Ahmad Nabi. 1980. Uchchh: History and Architecture. Islamabad: National Institute of Historical and Cultural Research. pp. 54, 59, 64, 71, 77.