Granular materials have widespread use in the industry. The flow of granular media requires careful studies through experiments to understand the rheology of these complex materials. The present work determines the surface profile of dense granular media subjected to cylindrical Couette flow. A translation stage is used to obtain measurement of depth varying with radial distance. A depth gauge attached to the translation stage is used to measure the surface profile. Glass beads (average diameter 0.8-1 mm) and mustard seeds (average diameter 1.2-1.4 mm) are used as model granular materials. Two different Couette gaps are used (4cm and 3cm). Cylinders with smooth surfaces, as well as coated with emery paper are used. The surface profile varies with material, surface roughness of the cylinders, and the gap between the two cylinders. The comparison of the various cases has been done by graphical representation. The probable reasons for the development of such a surface profile are given.