The Daira Firoz street, where settlements on the both sides of the street, in between, a portion of flower garden belongs to Maharaja Kishan Prasad lies to the left and Raja Rai Rayan garden lies to the right side of the street visible. Maharaja Sir Kishan Prasad was made the prime minister of Hyderabad state during 1901-1912, whose family tree traced back to Raja Toder Mall, the finance minister of Mughal emperor Akbar. The fifth descendant of Toder Mall was Rai Mulchand, who accompanied Asaf Jah Nizam-ul-Mulk, thus, came to Deccan and was appointed as the head of the customs and exercise departments. When Rai Mulchand died his son was placed on the post of the father. Raja Chandu Lal Bahadur was another prominent person from this family before the Maharaja Sir Kishan Prasad and the latter had acquired many titles from the Nizams such Shagirdi-ras-filsaf fah ( special pupil of his Highness), Raja-i-Rajayan, Yami-us-Saltanat, and G.C.I.E. First, Maharaja Sir Kishan Prasad could possess civil and criminal powers over his estates which he got from his maternal grandfather Maharaja Narainder Bahadur. In 1892 he was appointed as Peshkar or deputy minister, which was hereditary, after Prime Minster and vice president of executive council etc. Thus, he was better Known as Peshkar Maharaja Sir Kishen Prasad Bahadur. The Raja Rai Rayan Bahadur was also one of the prominent noble in the state of Hyderabad, whose family comes second in rank among the highest noble family and the ancestors of the family were acted as the Peshkar to the Nizam. Peshkar was an administrative officer, ranked next to the minister under the Asaf Jahi (Nizam) administration. So, over a period of time whenever the members of the family were installed on the post of Peshkar were also granted the title Raja Rai Rayan along with the Mansab. Next, the Berun-i Gaulipura main road is visible. Such a thickly inhabited area can be seen on the both sides of the road. Also, many graves of persons belongs to Muslim as well as Hindu community are marked well. Apart from these, stepwells visible. These stepwells were constructed mainly for the storage purpose especially in the arid regions like Deccan. Due to the steps, it is easy for the people to get access as well as manage the ground water than handling with big wells and tanks.