A small portion of river Musi from which a canal diverted to the Afzal Shahi main road situated on the northern bank of the river is visible on the map. The area between the river and Afzal Shahi Road are much of unhabituated in nature, Mosques, and graves of Persons belonging to Muslim community scattered around, which indicates a graveyard, is identifiable. The area to the north of the Afzal Shahi Road is mainly inhabited and studded with the houses within the narrow street lanes are also visible on the map. Also, a Dargah namely Nabbu Sher is identifiable. The word Dargah means court in Persian, is a shrine, built over the grave of a holy figure like a saint or Sufi, becomes significant after the death of the saint, and devotion towards the saint leads to the transformation of his grave into the center of pilgrimage and annual ceremonies, are seen as the popular places of worship over a period of time.