We had planned to start the last day a little late and woke up lazily at 9.
After breakfast we made our way to the Monsoon Palace. You can either drive up your car till the palace or every 15-20 minutes there is a car that takes you up.
Unlike the other structures in Udaipur the monsoon palace is not opulent at all. It’s bare and incomplete but the view of Udaipur is just stunning. It was raining cats and dogs and all other animals the day we went so all we saw was mostly fog but still worth it. We were completely soaked by the time we ended exploring and rushed back to the room to dry up ourselves.
Had an authentic rajasthani thali in the city and then made our way to the Ahar Cenotaphs.
The Ahar Cenotaphs are a piece of forgotten heritage. Ignored and abandoned, they have weed growing all around them. Hardly anyone ever visits them and nor does the royal family invest in their upkeep.
Walked around Fatehsagar for a while and then headed back to our hotel for a nice romantic dinner by the lake.
Headed back to delhi the next day :)