Firoz Shah Palace is located in Hisar City; its development began in 1354 and was done in 1356. It comprises of Lat Ki Masjid, Diwan-e-Aam, a storage facility for grains and underground condos. The engineering of this building strongly draws motivation from Islamic and Indian auxiliary plan; this is likewise on the grounds that some material utilized as a part of its development was taken from attacked Hindu and Jain sanctuaries.
Be that as it may, an unadulterated Seljuk compositional style was used for the mosque, and has an uncommon L-Shape for a holy place. The royal residence is totally raised out of red sandstone and explorers can likewise make a concise escape to a close-by hill which purportedly shields the remaining parts of Harappan home.