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Attraction
Feroze shah's palace and fort
Lat ki masjid
Humayun's mosque
Jahaz kothi
Gujri mahal
 
Hissar temples
Bishnoi mandir
Agroha temple
Sheela mata temple
Bishnoi mandir
Vishwakarma mandir
Khatiyan temple
 
Other attraction
Jain pillar
Ancient mounds
Pranpir badshah's tomb
Prithviraj chauhan's fort
Barsi gate
Dargah char qutub
Hissar maximum & minimum temperature and rainfall
  City   Month Max Temp Min Temp Mean Rainfall mm
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in January 21.3 5.8 14.8
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in February 24.5 8.5 15.2
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in March 30.5 13.8 14
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in April 36.9 19.6 8.9
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in May 41 24.7 17.3
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in June 41.2 27.8 39.7
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in July 37.2 27.3 133.1
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in August 35.6 26.2 130.6
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in September 35.7 23.9 74.5
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in October 34.4 17.8 29.2
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in November 29.2 10.9 3.2
 
weather/temperature/rainfall in Hissar in December 23.5 6.5 10.2
 
Hotels in hissar
 
Budget hotels
Shelkhpura kothi
 
 
Hissar city map
   
Hissar city weather             
 
 
 
 
  Hissar weather information  
     
  Min Temperature : 20° C (Summer), 6° C (Winter)  
  Max Temperature : 41° C (Summer), 34° C (Winter)  
  Best Time to Visit : Mid Septembers to April.  
     
  The present city of Hisar, one of the important cities of North India, is located at 2905'5"north latitude and 75045'55" east longitudes. The city of Hisar was founded by a Muslim ruler, Firozshah Tughlaq in 1354 A.D. 'Hisar' is an Arabic word which means 'Fort'. The city, which we know today as 'Hisar', was originally called 'Hisar Firoza (also Hisar-e-Firoza) or in other words the 'Fort of Firoz'.  
     
  Summer : The summers are generally quite hot and winters are fairly cool. The main characteristics of climate of in the district are its dryness, extremes of temperature and scanty rainfall.  
     
  Monsoon : Monsoon brings rain during last week of June to mid-September. The period from October onward until next June remains almost dry except, few light showers received due to westerly depressions/western disturbances.  
     
  Winter : During winter months, relative humidity remains significantly high. Relative humidity varies from 5 to 100 per cent during the year at Hisar.  
     
  Clothing : In summers, wear light cotton cloths while in winters carry warm woolens.