Situated in Haryana, an Indian state, Hansi is an age old fort town. The presence of majestic forts and archaic building structures make this place a renowned one. At one point of time, this town used to be a flourishing place. Ruler Prithviraj Chauhan started a company, which made swords. These manufactured swords were then sent to the countries of the Middle East. These swords were famous for its inherent excellent superiority.
The architectural styles of the Rajputs, Marathas and British time phases, are reflected on the memorials and the buildings. A distinct empire was created here by George Thomas, who was very normal sailor. He made this city, his capital. In the year 1802, the British Government took the control of this place from the previous ruler and thus it was included under the administration of the British East India Company. At present, Hansi is considered only as a fort in the human perspective.
HOW TO REACH
By road: State Transport buses connect Hansi to other numerous cities.
By rail: A railway station is there present in Hansi.
By air: Delhi has the closest airport. The distance between the airport and Hansi is 150 Kms.