I decide to walk to places which ever was within 4kms. This way, I actually got to see the city and also save money. As, auto is the only option here for tourists, they charge as they wish. I took a stroll to explore the city, clicked photos as I desired. Best part of solo is, you can stop and click photos whenever you want.
Next destination was Karni maata. I guess, this would be a great place for sunrise. This temple is situated on a hill and it is near Doodh Talia lake, a small lake. No vehicle goes to the top. You should either trek ( via road or I took the one through a garden near by)or take the cable car. You can see the the whole city from the top of the temple. Stayed there for some time, and trekked down to head to my next destination that is, monsoon palace. Now, this place is a around 6 kms from Karni maata. So, I decided to take a rickshaw. This is the highest point in Udaipur and it gets really cold in the evening. And also, this is amidst forest. There will be a pickup vehicle( if you don't have your vehicle) which takes you all the way up to the palace. There is not really much to see in the palace. But, the view is quite something, adding to this was the perfect chilly weather. At 6 PM, pickup vehicle will take you back to the entrance gate.
I was planning to go to bagore ki haveli the next day, but the auto driver insisted I should go today because it was a Friday and there'll be less crowd compared to Saturday. I reached the city just in time to stand in the lengthy queue to buy ticket for the show. I must tell you, DO NOT miss this show. I mean, the cultural dances and acts were so good. Ladies were dancing with fire and puppet show like I have never seen before. This is a treat to eyes. Every performance was awe-inspiring!
After this magical performance, I visited the lake pichola which is right next to bagore ki haveli. At night, this lake is so calm. Palace golden lights reflecting on the calm water is soothing.