Rakhigarhi or Rakhi Garhi is an archaeological site belonging to the Indus Valley civilisation in the Hisar District of the northern Indian state of Haryana, situated about 150 km northwest of Delhi. It was part of the mature phase of the Indus Valley Civilization, dating to 2600-1900 BCE.

   Agroha Dham    

Agroha Dham is a revered temple dedicated to Goddess Mahalaxmi. Maharaja Agrasen built this charming site. Agroha Vikas Trust has the responsibility of maintaining this gorgeous property. The Agroha Complex is home to three different temples: one dedicated to the Goddess Mahalaxmi, another to the Goddess Saraswati, and finally, the third one to Maharaj Agrasen, the complex's spiritual leader.

 Shri Devi Bhawan Mandir

The Shri Devi Bhawan Mandir is one of the most significant religious sites in Hisar. When the West Jamuna canal split off in 1770, Maharaja Amar Singh of Patiala used the opportunity to build a shrine there. Many statues depicting Hindu deities are on display here. The Devi Bhawan Temple is among the city’s most historic and revered places of worship.

   Jindal Tower    

Jindal Tower is located in Hisar. The tower stands at a peak of 90 meters. It has a significant core with stairs and a boost. Three slanted supports, ladder like, provide the tower its poetic upward motion. At the pinnacle is a circular enclosed platform. Submerged arc welding has been used on this tower to offer high nice welding. A first rate park surrounds the tower. This park is a gift of industrialist O.P. Jindal to the humans of Haryana.

   Kajla Dham    

Kajla Dham is a Hindu temple which is dedicated to Lord Hanuman. This place is a religious and holy place for Hanuman devotees. Kajla Dham Temple is located in the district of Hisar in the Indian state of Haryana. It is situated on the west side of the district headquarters of Hisar, 16 kilometers away; it is located in Kajla district of Hisar. Kajla Dham attracts a large number of devotees throughout the year.

 Sultanpur Bird Sanctuary  

Sultanpur National Park is essentially a bird watcher's paradise with few trees obscuring the visitor's view of the lake. The birds here can be easily spotted wading, swimming or flying.Every year 90 migratory bird species arrive here in search of feeding grounds and to spend the winter. In winter, the sanctuary provides a picturesque panorama of migratory birds and even in summer, some species of migratory birds come here.


Kurukshetra is a city in the north Indian state of Haryana. It's known as the setting of the Hindu epic poem the "Mahabharata." The text's great battle is depicted in a large diorama at the Kurukshetra Panorama and Science Centre. West of the city, the town of Jyotisar is a pilgrimage site where, according to the "Mahabharata," the sacred "Bhagavad Gita" scripture was first delivered.

   Gujri Mahal    

Gujri Mahal is an architectural gem and a historical palace located in Hisar, Haryana, India. Built by Firoz Shah Tughlaq in the 14th century, the palace was constructed for his beloved queen Gujri. The monument is a testament to the rich cultural and historical tapestry of the region. Gujri Mahal stands within the premises of Hisar Fort and shares its walls with it, reflecting the Indo-Islamic architectural style. Some parts of the palace are in ruins, but it still exhibits grandeur with its massive gates, decorative patterns, and solid stone construction. It is believed that the palace once housed a beautiful garden and a water reservoir, making it an admirable royal residence.