Gate at Hansi represents a beautiful specimen of Sultanate architecture.
Out of the five gates of the walled city of Hansi, this is the only one,
which is still extant. According to a Persian inscription placed over the
pointed arch, this gateway was built by Sultan Alau-din Khilji in 1303 AD.
Later on, it was repaired during Ibrahim Lodhi's reign in 1522 AD. The gateway forming the main entrance to Hansi town stands at a height of over 30 metres.
How To Get There
Air: The nearest airport is at Delhi.
Rail: Hansi is the nearest railway junction.
Road: The main bus station is Hansi, from where buses run to other parts of the district.