A very thickly inhabited area is visible. Farrukh Mirza Lane, Hussaini Alam Kaman Street, and Raja Sri Rao Lane are crossing the area, which is mainly occupied by residences of both nobles as well as common people are identifiable. There are many temples around Raja Sri Rao Lane is identifiable. And, adjoined to a temple, Shankar Mat is visible. Here, Mat denotes the monastery, corrupt form of Math/ Matha, a tradition in Hinduism traceable back to the Vedic period. These Mats were mainly functioned as the study center, not only on various Hindu philosophies but other subjects also. The Mat will host and feed students, and often these monasteries are attached to temples. So, here on the map, the Mat of different people along with temples are identifiable. Among the vestibules, Palace of Nawab Talib-ud-Daula and Nawab Faridun Jah Br are more highlighted. Nawab Talib-ud-Daula served as the Kotwal for many years.