The town of Hisar is one of Haryana’s large and rapidly rising city centers. Hisar is commonly known as ‘the steel city,’ mainly because it houses many stainless steel industries. It is situated in Haryana state and approximately 180 kilometers from Delhi. It has become a crucial location on the Haryana urban map. Not only the people of the town but also the people of the neighboring areas of Rajasthan and Punjab cater to the needs of the region and make it an attractive place. Punjab and Rajasthan people come here for medical care, to buy the good quality crop, cows, buffaloes, sheep, etc. and also to have a good education. Hisar is a famous place to visit in Haryana.
Best time to visit Hisar
In the city, the continental climate comes with exceptionally warm summers and relatively chilly winters are preserved. It includes some beautiful historical buildings with architectural wonders of the modern century. Between October and March in winter it is considered to be the best time to visit Hisar.
How to reach Hisar
Domestic and international flights are available from and Indira Gandhi International Airport.
Hisar is approximately 170 km away from Delhi. Buses from and to the Inter-State Bus Terminal (ISBT) in New Delhi via Bahadurgarh-Rohtak are available to Hisar after every 15 minutes.
Hisar is on the railway map, which includes a large gauze line to several towns of Punjab from the train station of Delhi, New Delhi via Rohtak-Bhiwani.
Famous places to visit in Hisar
1. Agroha Dham
Agroha Dham is one of Agroha’s renowned tourist attractions in Hisar and is dedicated to the Goddess Mahalaxmi and Maharaja Agrasen. Construction of the main temple began in 1976 and ended in 1984, but the rest of the building takes over 40 years. The Agroha Complex has 3 temples, Mahalaxmi Ji’s temple in middle, Saraswati Ji’s Temple in the West, and Maharaj Agrasen Ji Temple in the East.
Darshan Timing – Everyday From 6:30 AM to 8 PM
Entry Fees – Zero
2. Firoz Shah Complex and Gujri Mahal
The “Sultan of Delhi” founded this fort in 1354AD by Firoz Shah Tuglaq. After founding Hisar in 1354, this fort was the first building. The Original City of Hisar, with four gates, Delhi Gate, Nagori Gate, Talagi Gate, and Mori Gate, was constructed within this fort. Gujri Mahal was designed to be part of the Gujjar community by Firoz Shah Tuglaq. So in Hisar for the loved Rani, he constructed this Square Shaped Palace which now becomes a famous tourist attraction.
Entry Fee – Zero
Timing – 8 AM to 7 PM
3. Jahaj Kothi Museum
Now in Jahaj Kothi, Hisar has set up the first museum of history. Jahaj Kothi is a building in the Firoz Shah Complex, shaped by an ancient vessel. The museum houses Jain’s collection and the inscription stone of George Thomas.
Entry Fees – Zero
Timing – 9 AM – 6 PM
4. Town Park and PLA Complex
Town Park is for youngsters, old people, and couples and is one of Hisar most famous parks. Perhaps the most appealing thing in this garden is the beautiful musical fountain in the center of the Park. Hundreds of people frequent the outdoor gym to relax, and relax every day, for cycling, jogging, and relaxing. The Park is one of the best places for children to visit in Hisar because the musical fountain and Fun Park are loveable. In Hisar, there are hardly any young people who didn’t like PLA market street food. PLA is the second kitchen for many people who enjoy street food.
Timing – 5 AM to 11 PM
5. OP Jindal Tower
The Jindal Gyan Kendra is a big attraction in Hisar, with a 282 ft 24 Floury High tower. It is a tower from where the whole of Hisar can be seen and 250 people can see the city from above. This place is surrounded by a beautiful park, where you can relax with your friend or with your family. The Kendra is also home to a bookstore, skateboard, swing, and museum.
Entry Fees – Free
Timing – 9 AM to &PM