The catastrophic phase of Covid-19 turns the table over with the spread of its disastrous transmission network throughout the world. Covid-19 associated with mucormycosis fungal infection accompanied by opportunistic comorbidities have emerged the myriad of complications and manifestations. We searched the electronic databases of Google Scholar, PubMed, Springer, and Elsevier until June 05, 2021, using keywords. We retrieved the details of confirmed and suspected mucormycosis patients associated with Covid-19. We analyzed the case reports, treatment given for Covid-19, steroids used, associated comorbidities, mucormycosis site involved, and patients survived or dead. Overall, 102 patients of mucormycosis associated with Covid-19 have been reported from India. Mucormycosis was predominant in males (69.6%) rather than females (19.6%), and most of the patients were active Covid-19 cases (70.5%). Steroids were mostly used (68.6%) for the treatment of Covid-19 followed by remdesivir (10.7%). Patients were suffering from diabetes mellitus (88.2%) and severe diabetic ketoacidosis (11.7%). Mucormycosis affects the sino-nasal (72.5%), orbit (24.5%), central nervous system (18.6%), and maxillary necrosis (13.7%) of the patients. The Mortality rate was recorded as 23.5%, and recovery rate was 2.9%. Diabetes mellitus cases are highest in India as compared to other countries, and prevalent use of steroids with the background of Covid-19 becomes an opportunistic environment for mucormycosis fungal infection to survive.