Agroha Dham or Agroha Temple, as the name suggests, is located in Agroha, a village in district Hisar. Its construction started in 1976 and was completed in eight years in 1984. The temple complex is divided into three sections. While the central section is dedicated to goddess Mahalaxmi, also the main deity of the shrine, western and the eastern sections are dedicated, respectively, to goddess Saraswati and Maharaja Agarsen, the ruler of Agroha state some three thousand years back.
A big pond named Shakti Sarovar is located at the back of the temple. The pond was consecrated in 1988 with waters brought from 41 holy rivers in India. A podium built on its North-Western side displays the mythological scene of Samudra Munthan or the great churning of the ocean by gods and demons.
The temple also hosts a naturopathy centre for the treatment of the patients through yoga and allied therapies. The temple celebrates a festival, Agroha Maha Kumbh every year on the occasion of Sharad Purnima.