Such a thickly inhabited area, where both residential, as well as commercial buildings set up in a long run on the both sides of bazaars within the narrow street lanes, are visible throughout the map. At the north of Suleman Jah Bazar street, many mansions of nobles highlighted with their names are visible. Area to the right side of Jadid Shah Ganj Nala street occupied by the mansions of Jamadars along with the stables maintained by them. Jamadar was the title used for the various officers especially worked in the military department. Areas south of Suleman Jah Bazar street are also completely occupied by the residences of prominent people only. Interestingly, an Ashur Khana namely Mama Sharifa is visible just north of Purana Pul main road. Ashur Khana literally means a house of the 10th day Muharram or Shiite house of mourning. A mourning place for Shias during Muharram festival constructed in the memory of Imam Hussain. There are many Ashur Khanas identifiable in the city of Hyderabad, and construction of those was traceable back to the Golconda Sultanate, indeed, indicate the Shiite affiliation of Qutb Shahis. It is said that Mama Sharifa only built the Ashur Khana, hence named after her. This Mama Sharifa was the person who had in charge in the Arbab-i-Nishat. In the state of Hyderabad, there was a system of household administration composed of various Karkhanesh (units) headed by Serrishtahdars (record-keepers) and darogahs (managers). And, there was a separate department of enjoyment or Arbab-i-Nishat at the court as well as at the household administrative unit, which was consisted of courtesans, dancing and singing girls, mimics, buffoons, etc.