The Begampet area is covered on the map, which is mostly uninhabited in nature, where around the Amirpet locality only the residential settlement is visible. Today, Begampet is the major suburb located in the north of the Hussain Sagar lake. The place got the name from the Bashir-Ul-Unnisa Begum, daughter of the Nizam-ul-Mulk Asaf Jah II. The place was given to her as a part of her dowry in her marriage with Shams -ul- Umra Amir-i-Kabir belonged to Paigah family. Most of the places are either marked as the wasteland or occupied by the rocky formations are visible. The name of localities on or around hilly would be called along with either Tekri or Pahar, so here on the map, Pahar Panja Gutta and Pahar Somajigura are visible. And, If the area or locality is low-lying in nature, then the name ends with "Pet', hence, Begampet and Amirpet. The focus of the area is which houses the Begampet Railway Station, Nizamiya Observatory, Plague Camp, and few residences of the notable people of the time.