Also known as ‘The Steel City’ of India, Hisar is a part of the Indian state Haryana and falls under the National Capital Region. With an elaborated history that is associated to the city, Hisar also is an important part of modern India. Encompassing the remains and traces of Pre-Harappan Civilization and Harappan Civilizations, Hisar is India’s largest site showcasing the life of earliest settlements of the humans. Also it is the world’s second largest Harappan site after Mohenjodaro and is spread in an area of about 2180 hectares. The place derives its name from Firoz Shah Tughlaq during his rule and named the city as Hisar-e-Firoza in 1354 AD. Hisar has also been a part of the journey to independence and been a spectator during the British-raj. Hisar is a blend of the historic India with modern urban developing India. Here is a list of top 7 places to visit when in Hisar.