My second day started with a hearty breakfast Infront of the same rooftop view, which looked totally different than the last night. After a happy-tummy time, I headed to Rao Jodha Park. Rao Jodha Park is a stone park where you can follow either of the two directions mentioned in their handbook leading toward an amazing adventure. I was travelling solo, and hence preferred the short one. Although I had to call the helpline no. quite a few times to get direction of the right route to come out of the bhoolbhulaia, I'd say the trek inside would be a great adventure for people traveling in groups.
It was a weekend trip and I knew that I'll have to make the most of my time as I'd already wasted half a day due to split journey. Without wasting any more time, after the Rao Jodha park, I went to the Mehrangarh fort. The vast fort spanning across 5 km in the heart of the city is a magnificent historical evidence with ancient artefacts from the royal Rajasthani families as well as the Mughal dynasty. The most interesting fact that has amazed me about the fort is its various pattern of gates, I have tried to capture various versions of gates which signifies artistic imagination of planners and designers of that era.