The temple Maha Deo highlighted on the map. The picturesque compound filled with flower gardens and hedges, stepwells at the corners, shrine placed at the center, and a small graveyard adjoined, are well depicted on the map. To the right side of the temple lies the Bohigura street lane, where a thickly inhabited area with pinpoint space left between the residences is visible. A structure named as Dharmsala identifiable seems functioned as charity home. The charity home named as Dharmsala run by the bankers were evident during Nizam period. Also, another structure named as Chilla is identifiable. The word Chilla has many meanings like 'retreat' in western religious terms, whereas both in Arabic and Persian literally means forty. It is a spiritual practice of penance and solitude in Sufism. The Sufi/dervish isolated from any human contact and remain in a practice of meditation without food for forty days and nights within a small room like the ritual of Arbaeen, an observance take place for forty days after the Muharram 10, especially of Shia Muslims. So, here the building also seems such one. Moreover, a large field belongs to Raja Rai Rayan Br, a temple dedicated to Lord Mata and adjoined it a stepwell named Am Baoli located in the center of the field are visible on the map. The Raja Rai Rayan Bahadur was 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 granted to them. Apart from these, many street lanes such as Daira Firoz street, Sahib Khan street, and Ghulam Murtaza Chhaoni street, leading place to place, and small residential settlements in between, are also visible on the map.