According to the documents, the population of ancient city of Meybod was busy with agriculture, orchard, pottery and weaving local rugs (ziloo).The transactions and consumptions carried on in not-that-large market of the City from South to the north, which was located at the intersection of old training roads, quiet flourished. The covered market of Sharestan started from the entrance to the Southern Gate, continued to the Bala Quarter and then to the city center, to Paen Quarter and around the Jame Mosque and then circled the whole path. The link of this marketplace besides being the center of trading activities and transactions has been considered one of the most crowded interior urban paths and passages.
The market of Sharestan has survived with not much of complexity or expansion and consisted of different trading units which presented the local Productions and goods or the important ones to the purchasers. Carpentry, pottery, extracting oil, blacksmith workshops, rug weaving centers, shoe-making workshops and other units to provide people’s daily needs like bakery and confectionery were also available. Next to the houses and stores a few places like mosques, praying houses, drinking place, caravansaries, and first-water places were the water of Qanat flew, complemented the function of the buzzer.