Background and aims: With the deepening of the researches on uric acid, especially in the study of metabolic diseases, uric acid has been found to be closely related with diabetes. Uric acid cause a series of pathophysiological changes through inflammation, oxidative stress, vascular endothelial injury, and so on and thus subsequently promotes the occurrence and development of diseases. The objective of the study is to estimate uric acid level and its relation with diabetes, biomarker for deterioration of glucose metabolism. Methods: A cross-sectional study with subgroup analysis, 60 cases and 60 patients with complication. Fasting blood sugar (FBS), Post prandial blood sugar (PPBS), GlycatedHb (HbA1c) were also measured. Results: Thus, out of 60 cases have high uric acid level which is found to be significant with p value (<0.009). Conclusion: Uric acid levels have tendency to decrease in early course of disease and tends to increase with onset of complications. Thus, a preventive, cost-effective approach is available with potential implications for public health.