AIDS is the current burning problem worldwide. It is caused by the Human immunodeficiency virus. In many patients, mucocutaneous diseases are amongst one of the first recognized clinical manifestations of HIV/ AIDS. Over the past decade, it has become increasingly clear that the cutaneous disorders are associated not only with terminal stages of immunodeficiency but also occur throughout the course of HIV infection and association between CD4+T cell counts and these skin manifestations was established. Data regarding cutaneous manifestations in HIV/AIDS patients and its correlation with CD4+ T cell counts remain scarce. Therefore the focus of the current study is to find out the correlation of cutaneous manifestations with CD4+T cell counts and the secondary objective is to find out the prevalence of cutaneous manifestations in a group of patients with HIV/AIDS.