The central hall of the house was initially designed for family gatherings but over the time it has been transformed into a place of assembly. At present, the hallroom is used as Khanka-E-Aliya, a place of special spiritual gathering.
Since 1933, after being designated as a waqf estate, the hall room has been used for prayers and spiritual and religious rituals, sometimes for an individual, and at other times for a large group of people. The residents perform their daily prayers in this room, but once a week, the room becomes a spiritual space for a large group of people. Once a year, it serves as a special space where large scale musical events are held.