Earlier it was written as Hissar, it is a city dependent on Harappan culture in the area of Haryana. Named after the name Hissar, the Great Turkish Ruler, the district founded by Firoz Shah Tughlaq. It is said that Hisar is associated with the ancient Vedic clans. Today this principle of India is the cotton industry. A standout among the most prestigious Educational Foundation, Hissar Agricultural Institute is located here. It was also recognized as Hissar-e-Firoza which means the fort of Firoz. Hissar city is situated around 162 km. from Delhi, the capital city of India.
Tourism in Hisar
Firoz Shah's palace and the fort built by him are an amazing place to visit. Inside an imperial residence there is an underground chamber and there is also a mosque inside a palace. Harappa is the site of human civilization near the mosque. The palace has its own excellence and beautyl. The Lat Ki Masjid is a remarkable structure to talk to Suljuk style, although the style of the structure is taken from the Hindu culture. Its novel style of Lithic Column and Square Chamber does not make it like alternative mosques. Masjid is an L-Shaped Mosque which is one of the rare place to visit.
Humayun's mosque was also one of the best thing that the ruler built, which is very peaceful and charming destination to visit. A bright royal residence with a contact of Mughlai where Jahaz Kothi is another interesting place to visit. Jahaz Sahib was the Irish ruler who had asked the Mughal Rulers to build a palace for him. Gujri Mahal is a Palace, made of stone and it is ruined, although its raised platform for the parties is still in good form. There is Jain pillar just outside the fort which is about 2 feet. In stature with the most well-liked precious stone mold image. Very sacred destination for the Jains.
Some ruins of the Harappan civilization present in the form of three hills in Banavali, Kunal and Agroha are still present. All three locations show some or more important definite certainties of the Harappan civilization. Banavali shows the remains of an old township. Three phases of improvement in human progress can be seen in Kunal and highlight the revelation of in the third century. The tomb of the Great Sufi holy person Pranpir Badshah is located inside the Government College of Hisar, besides a visitor's site.