Hisar is also known as “The Steel City” of India. Hisar is a part of Haryana state of India. Hisar is a very vital part of modern India as a developed history is connected with this. It is the world’s second largest Harappan place after Mohenjodaro and is spread in an area of about 2180 hectares. Check out This Top 10 Places to Visit in Hisar.
1. AGROHA DHAM
Agroha Dham is a spiritual place of Hindus. It is situated in the Agroha of Haryana State. The creation of Agroha Dham started in 1976 and was finished in 1984. This temple is devoted to Hindu Goddess Mahalakshmi and Agrasen Maharaj. Agroha Dham Complex architecture is very pleasing to see as it looks like a palace.
Timings: 05:00 am to 09:00 pm
Nearest Airport: Indira Gandhi International Airport
Nearest Railway Station: Hisar railway station
Firoz Shah Palace Complex is settled in the Hisar city which is in the Haryana state of India. Firuz Shah Tughlaq had built this Complex in 1354 AD. The real town of Hisar was a walled settlement Inside the fort with four gates, Delhi gate, Mori gate, Nagauri Gate and Talaqi Gate. Feroz Shah’s palace comprises of a mosque known as Lat Ki Masjid. This Place Has an underground complex a which also served as Diwan-e-Khas or the hall of private audience.
3. Gujari Mahal
Firoz Shah Tughlaq had built this Gujari Mahal for his beloved Gujri Rani. The palace absorbs essential features of Tughlaq architecture such as huge tapering walls thickly plastered in lime and narrow openings. Open stairs lead to the baradari (pavilion) of the palace, which stands on a high plinth and has underground chambers.
Lat Ki Masjid mosque was built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq (1351-88 AD). It is a unique and beautiful example of Tughlaq architecture. The mosque is a blending of structures, L-shaped ablution tank and a Lat (Pillar). The mosque is built partially of red and buff sandstone and partially of rubble masonry having thick plaster.
Position-: opposite the bus stand of Hisar city.
Tomb of Pranpir Badshah has built from white Shiva Hindu Temple material which is near the Mahabir Stadium in Hisar City. It is a 14th Century tomb. This is the Tomb of Baba Pranpir Badshah, the spiritual teacher of Sher Bahlol or Dana Sher. Sher Bahlol was also a spiritual teacher who foretold that Ghiyas-ud-din-Tughluq.
The Geight of this tower is 90 meters. It has a central core with stairs and a lift. Three slanted supports, ladder-like, give the tower its poetic upward movement. At the top, there is a circular confined platform. A nice park encircles this tower. This park
is a gift of industrialist O.P Jindal to the people of Haryana.
Blue Bird Lake is near to Hisar Airport on National Highway 10 (NH10) in the town of Hisar. The lake, parks and surrounding wetland has been spread across the 52-acre in area. Lake has boating facilities, in-lake floating pontoon platforms for visitors & boaters, Ghats for sitting and relaxing, eco wetland for the birds and insects.
8. Deer Park
The Deer Park is near the town of Hisar, in the Hisar district of Haryana State, India. It has been spread over the area of 19 hectares (48 acres) which includes a 6-acre plot for producing fodder for the deer. The Deer Park was established by the Forests Department, Haryana of Government of Haryana in 1970-71 to advance conservation and to increase public awareness and understanding of the topic through education.
Devi Bhavan Mandir is a famous and very old religious memorial of Hisar. The temple consists of four idols, that of goddess Kali Mata, Durga Mata, Lord Mahadev s Family, and Bhairon Baba. One of the most important religious places of Hisar is Shri Devi Bhawan Mandir. Hisar was ruled by the Sikhs between the period of 1768 to 1781.
A unique holiday experience comes alive at this charming holiday village. A quiet little hamlet set in the backdrop of lush green fields and whispering winds. its ethnic surroundings, serene ponds, jumping sprinklers, and lively cattle barns make an amazing view.