The area covered on the map is thickly inhabited in nature where the garden of Nawab Salar Jang Bahadur, Dar-ush-Shifa hospital, and Itibar Chauk road are highlighted among the vestibules and other residential buildings. The Salar Jang was famous aristocratic family, one amongst Umra-e-Uzzam group, well known as the prime ministers of the Nizams of Hyderabad. Three generations were given the post of prime minister and were mainly known by the title Salar Jang 1, 2, and 3 respectively. The Nawab Mir Yusuf Ali Khan, who popularly known as Salar Jang III was responsible for the foundation of famous Salar Jang Museum itself. Here, the garden might be either belong to one of the Salar Jang or part of the family estate. Next, to the Salar Jang garden, the Dar-ush-Shifa masjid and Dar-ush-Shifa hospital are visible. The Dar-ush-Shifa hospital, the oldest one established by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah in 1595 A.D, where medicine had been provided at free of cost. The building had consisted of quadrangular courtyard paved with stone and special chambers for the accommodation of travelers and sick persons. Later, the building was in ruined condition and even used as a barrack for irregular troops. The Dar-ush-Shifa Masjid was also built at the same time of the hospital. Apart from these, many vestibules of prominent people are widely scattered throughout the map are also clearly showed.