So as the time was approaching to bid farewell to 2020, We had already decided that we would travel to Manali as our final trip. But what about a weekend prior to it? We all were free but couldn’t decide where to head to. I thought to myself, it’ll be alot better if I manage to squeeze in one more adventure of the year in my schedule before the finale. However, after countless hours of itinerary with my buddies, we still couldn’t come up with where to go. I thought to myself that it’s better to rest this idea and venture off in the new decade.
As I laid down to sleep, I suddenly recalled that one of my readers’ had strongly suggested I visit the Rani Raipur Fort and it sparked me up. I discussed it with my friends and we all agreed to leave for it the following day. Our starting point was Panchkula.
We woke up on the morning of 18/December/2020, we got ready and stepped outside and of course this wouldn’t be a trip without a thick layer of fog just deterring us, but it was not enough to stop us this time. We were determined. We embraced ourselves and embarked on our two-wheelers to reach this place. It was a difficult ride, but after covering 25 Kilometers in dense fog we finally made it to the Rani Raipur Fort.
Here we were. Standing in front of a ruined and neglected legacy of the past.