The Asigarh fort has walls that are 52ft high and 37ft thick. Whilst the maingate has inscriptions of birds, animals, and Hindu deities, it also houses a mosque in its complex. There is also an inscription that reads that the fort was repaired by Khilji Dynasty’s most famous ruler Alauddin Khilji in 1304. It also has a long pillar-like structure known as Baradari situated on the top of its mound. Although the Asigarh fort is situated less than 150 km from Delhi and is in Haryana’s one of the most populous district of Hisar, it doesn’t attract many tourists. Archaeological Survey of India has declared it a centrally protected monument.