Before planning your Hisar tour, be familiar with what you must visit during the trip.
Firoz Shah Palace Complex:
Situated in Hisar, Firoz Shah Palace Complex was constructed by Firuz Shah Tughlaq
in 1354 AD. The original town of Hisar consisted of a walled settlement inside the fort
that had four gates, Delhi gate, Nagauri gate, Mori gate and Talaqi0 gate. The complex
houses a mosque by the name of 'Lat ki Masjid'. It is built of sandstone pillar about 20
Rakhigarhi, also referred to as Rakhi Shahpur in Rakhi Khas, which is a village in
district Hisar. Its historical importance was discovered by excavations conducted first in
1963 and again in 1997 (by the Archaeological Survey of India). The village is presently
situated on the bed of what once was Saraswati River, which is believed to have dried
up around 2,000 B.C. It was a flourishing 2.2 KM square city and a part of the Harappan
and Indus Valley Civilizations.
Ancient Gumbad is actually a tomb of a spiritual teacher, 'Baba Pannir Badshah', who
lived here in 14th century A.D. One of his disciples, Sher Bahol, also called as Dana
(sagacious) Sher was also a reputed saint. It is located in the centre of Hisar city, the
square tomb has arched openings on all its four sides.
St. Thomas Church:
Sited on the NH-10 in the city of Hisar in Haryana, this Church was constructed in four
years starting from December, 1860 to May, 1864. It was dedicated to St. Thomas, who
was one of the twelve disciplines of Jesus Christ. The holy shrine was consecrated on
31st December, 1865 by the Bishop of Calcutta, George Edward Lynch Cotton.
Other Tourist Attractions:
Durgah Char Qutab, Gujari Mahal, Bishnoi Mandir, Blue Bird Lake, Jahaz Kothi,
O.P. Jindal Knowledge Center, Agroha mound, Deer Park, Splash-the Fun Water &
Amusement Park, Fort of Prithviraj, and Agroha Dham or Agroha Temple are some of
the other important tourist attractions which you must visit during your Hisar vacation.