Hisar is the 49th largest Hindi speaking city of India with a total population of 3 Lakh. Major employment in Hisar is in Metal, Government, Agriculture and in medical industry. Hisar district has 58% Agriculture workers, 39% Industry and other workers and 3% Household workers. Hisar is a good agricultural belt because of the major rivers Ghagghar and Drishadvati. From the different excavations at Rakhigarhi, Lohari ragho and from other places the history of Hisar goes back to the pre-Harappan period. Jain literature Uttaradhayana Sutra mentions a town Isukara in the Kuru country which is believed to be the earlier name of Hisar. Agroha was a major site of Hisar. Its history continues till the Mughal period. Hisar was a part of different Maurayan, Kushana and Gupta Empire chronologically. Hisar was founded in 1354 by Firoz Shah Tuglaq. He also built a walled fort here. Hisar was a major part during Mughal as well as during British period. Haryanvi is the other major spoken language of Hisar.