A residential settlement around the Andarun-i Karwan Street is visible on the map. The residences of prominent people are highlighted by their names, and Dargah, temple, Chilla, Mat, Dharmsala, step wells and Ashur Khana are also identifiable. 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. 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. Stepwells were constructed mainly for the storage purpose especially found in the arid regions like Deccan. Due to these steps, it is easy for the people to get access as well as manage the groundwater than with big well and tank. 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, indicates the Shiite affiliation of Qutb Shahis. And, the word Chilla has many meanings like 'retreat' in western religious terms, whereas both in Arabic and Persian literally means forty. It is a spiritual practice of penance and solitude in Sufism. The Sufi/dervish isolated from any human contact and remain in a practice of meditation without food for forty days and nights within a small room like the ritual of Arbaeen, an observance take place for forty days after the Muharram 10, especially of Shia Muslims. And, Dharmsala, was functioned as charity home. The charity home named as Dharmsala run by the bankers was evident during Nizam period. Moreover, Makta Musa Kadiri covering the great extent of the ground enclosed by hedges are identifiable.