The river Musi crossed by the Purana Pul Bridge, one among the four bridges crossed the river Musi to the northern bank is visible on the map. The Purana Pul Bridge, also known as Old Bridge was built by the Muhammed Quli Qutb Shah in 1593 A.D. The Bridge built of stone and styled with 26 arches. According to the legend, when his son Sultan Muhammad Quli fall in love with Bhagmati, was hurried once to cross the River Musi to meet her on an occasion. The overflow of the river did not discourage him from crossing the river on horseback, Sultan Ibrahim Qutb Shah was informed of this venture and who immediately ordered to build a bridge over it. Later, during the reign of Nawab Sikandar Jah, the bridge was reconstructed following the flood of 1820 A.D and again repaired extensively after the flood of 1908 by sixth Nizam Mir Mahbub Ali Khan, then the masonry walls were replaced by railings of pierced Ashlar. Thus Purana Pul gave an idea and opened the way to the planned city of Hyderabad also. And, the plan was drawn up under Muhammad Quli along with the provisions for shops, caravanserais, and other public facilities. So, Purana Pul is older than Hyderabad.
Dhobi Ghats are scattered on the river bed visible. Dhobi Ghat is the place where a traditional Dhobi caste washermen or women go to wash clothes. It can be always nearby a watershed. To the northern bank close to the river occupies temples, Dargahs, stepwells, and the graveyard belongs to both Muslims and Hindu Communities are visible. 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. At the southern bank, the Purana Pul Gate and close to it lies market Amir Ganj and Dargah Mian Ganj is visible.