Places to Visit in Hisar
Feroze Shah's palace and fort - He built Hissar from scratch, so he Feroze Shah Tughlaq deserved a place for himself to live in. The palace is grand structure complete with a tehkhana(underground chambers) and a mosque. Close to the mosque lies a mound which is believed to house the ruins of probably the Harrappan civilisation. Lat Ki Masjid - A unique mosque, it is distinguished by its lithic pillar and square chamber, not to mention the shape of the mosque itself. The mosque is built in an L shape, never seen earlier. Humayun's mosque Jahaz Kothi Gujri Mahal - This palace is also in ruins, but its baradari (raised platform used for social gatherings) is in comparitively good state and it is made of stone taken from the Hindu palaces and temples that the Mughals destroyed. Jain Pillar - Outside the fort lies a tiny two-foot high pillar said to belong to the Jains who consider it sacred. The pillar has the distinctive diamond-shaped holy symbol of the Jains. Ancient Mounds - Three mounds from the Harappan period can be found in Banawali, Kunal and Agroha. Pranpir Badshah's Tomb Jindal Park: this is the park which attract to all the youths and citizens in the evening and morning time. Most of the people are coming in whole day to stay for some time. Agroha Dham - Agroha Dham is at the 1/5 Km from the Hisar city this is the place where the Hanuman God Statute is situated and on every Tuesday and Saturday there is lot of crowed. At this place lot of temples are located of every God.