Kick started the morning by visiting the Mandore Gardens. The gardens are pretty unkempt but the temples inside the gardens are worth visiting. Mornings mean less public, hence good time to walk around. There are 5-6 temples there and then behind the gardens are the ruins of Mandore. It's a tiny hike which you should do carrying a bottle of water.
It's so stranded that I kinda was scared after a point of doing it alone that I came back to the gardens but since you hike to a height, it would be fun for the view.
Next stop was Jaswant Thada. It's a beautiful memorial built to cremate the dead. It has a lovely garden, intricate details on marbel for the main structures and a lot of history. It's right opposite the meherangardh fort, and by opposite I mean the opposite mountain. There is Rao Jodha rock park right next to it for you to hike as well.
Last for the day was the mighty Meherangardh Fort. I love places with history and audio tours are the best way to go through it all. Spent over 5 hours only at the fort. Pay the little extra to take an audio tour and go in the afternoon so you can enjoy the sunset there. End your day with a 6 line zip line at the fort Worth RS 2000. The fort has amazing history and a lot to offer. It's so huge that you could get lost without a map. I loved every minute of the time I spent at the fort. There are hidden gardens and small places to eat in the fort, if you spend your time wisely. Pre book a Tuk Tuk/ auto for the to and fro, for the fort since Ubers MAY not be always available.