On day 4 we will visit to one of the largest forts in India, Mehrangarh Fort, which was built in approximately 1460 by Rao Jodha and sits at a vantage point of 122 metres above the city. It has seven gates within its sandstone walls, which enclose palace buildings, temples, barracks, stables and a museum. On completion, we will stop off at Jaswant Thada, a marble memorial, which sits beneath the fort. Following lunch we will head out on a street photography walk, including a visit to the charity we will be donating to on this tour, The Sambhali Trust, which supports women and children from excluded communties, through child sponsorship, English, Hindi, maths and skills training (particularly sewing), the products of which are sold in the boutique we will be visiting. Depending on how we are doing for time there may also be an opportunity to visit Mandore Temple Gardens.