It is the oldest part of the palace, and has four palaces: Afzal Palace, Mehtab Palace, Tahnit Palace and Aftab Palace. It was built in a neoclassical style.
In this section, there is a long corridor of rooms on the east bank of the Twelve Imams, leading to the main fountain and the pond, which once meant the administrative wing and glass apparatus, the image of a mirror.
It has Mughal domes and mihrabs and has many Persian elements such as ornaments that adorn the solitude. These were the features of the buildings constructed in Hyderabad at that time.
There is a building in front of the Bara Imam which is a reflection of its mirror. This room was once used as a guest room for officials accompanying dignitaries.