: This mosque, known as Humayun's mosque, was constructed by the Mughal emperor Humayun (1529-1556) on the site of the Lat erected by Delhi Sultan Firoz Shah Tughlaq. The mosque has an oblong open patio. A screen constructed of Lakhauri bricks stands to the west of this mosque. The screen features a mihrab bordered on either side by two arched recesses. Here was discovered an inscription honoring Emperor Humayun.
The Lat appears to be a portion of one of Emperor Ashoka's pillars, probably at Agroha or Hansi, standing at a height of over 6 meters. The Ashokan epigraph that was once engraved on the pillar was presumably carefully chiseled away in order to write the Tughlaq inscription, which records Firoz Shah's genealogy in beautiful Tughra-Arabic characters carved in high relief. This lintel (pillar) stands in the middle of what appears to be an anciently walled Idgah.
Distance: Humayunmosqueis 1.1 kilometers away from Fatehabad
- Ashok Pillar
: At Fatehabad, the Ashok Pillar is located in the middle of an idgah. The stone pillar is about 5 meters tall and 1.90 meters in diameter from the base. The stone had an Ashokan epigraph engraved on it, which was then chiseled away and a Tughlaq inscription inscribed on it.
Distance: Ashok Pillar is 51 kilometers away from Fatehabad
: Banawali, also known as Vanavali, is an archaeological mound location about 16 kilometers from Fatehabad. The hill is about 10 meters high and covers an area of about one square mile. Despite the fact that there is no human habitation nearby, it is a popular tourist location for those with an academic interest in historical and archaeological sites. The excavations at Banawali have revealed a wealth of historical knowledge about the pre-Harappan and Harappan eras, which lasted from 2500 BC to 2300 BC and 2300 BC to 1700 BC, respectively.
Distance: Banawali is 14 kilometers away from Fatehabad