The Dabirpura main road, at the center of it, the Dabirpura Gate, from there a track leading to Hiran Baoli Street, and ahead of Dabirpura Gate, the road crossed by the long Murki Nala, are visible on the map. Dabirpura Gate was the one among the 13 gate of the city wall of Hyderabad. According to the historians, the city of Hyderabad was a walled city. The city wall was erected during the last days of Subadarship Mubariz Khan Imadul Mulk. Initially, the construction started from Chadarghat gate to Dabirpura gate with stone and mortar without turret-parapets. The rest of the wall surmounted by the turret-parapets was done by Asaf Jah I. Later it was extensively repaired by Bahadur Dil Khan Shuja-ud-daula, governor of Hyderabad during the reign of Asaf Jah II. The city wall had 13 gates (Darwaza) and 13 Khirkis (posterns). These 13 gates were Chadarghat Darwaza, Delhi gate, Afzal Ganj Gate, Champa, Old Bridge (Narva) gate, Dudh Bauli gate, Aliabad gate, Lal Gate, Gaulipura, Ghazibanda or Fateh, Mir Jumla, Yakutpura, and Dabirpura Darwaza. The Murki Nala was the major channel for carrying the sewage. And, to the south of Dabirpura main road, Dabirpura lane can be seen, of which left side are much-uninhabited area and the right side is a complete inhabited area, where the structures are positioned in a long run on the both sides of the narrow street lanes are clearly showed on the map.