A vast uninhabited area where a small water body namely Kunta, and around it, the garden belonged Fakhr-ul-Mulk Bahadur are only visible throughout the map. And, a channel running across the area through which the waterbody and the surrounding get filled visible on the map. Fakhr-ul-Mulk was the foremost noble and companion of 6th Asaf Jah Mir Mahbub Ali Khan, was known as the Minister of Justice to the Nizam govt. Tracing the ancestry to the nobles of Mughal, who came from Peria then, joined the service since emperor Akbar and subsequently followed to the Deccan either along with Asaf Jah or sometime later. His father Fakhr-ul-Mulk Bahadur I had served to the British during the 1857 revolt, but died early, since then his estate and two sons were under the supervision of Sir Salar Jang, who was married the daughter of Fakhr-ul-Mulk I. Fakhr-ul-Mulk II and his Brother Kahan Khanan II were added to the group of Umra-e-Uzzam, great nobles after Paigah. Khan Khanan became a Calligraphist, while Fakhr-ul-Mulk Bahadur trained in Judicial and revenue work. Ghazai Jang, Shah Nawaz Jang and, and Rais Jang were his 3 sons who got educated from England. And, Fakhr-ul-Mulk II built a palace on the hillock at Khairiatabad namely Iram Manzil or Errum Manzil covering large spacious.