Situated at a distance of 42 kilometers to the northwest of the state capital of Jaipur, the village of Samode is located on the way to Shekhawati. Famous for its fort, haveli and Samode bagh, the village of Samode takes one on a trip to the interiors of Rajasthan. The village is inhabited by craft communities with expertise in block printing, stone and paper painting, weaving of carpets, gem stone cutting pottery, metal works, lac work-bangles, and traditional jooti-making. A walk through the village of Samode offers you a glimpse into the everyday life of the local artisans, the local culture, and the beauty of the rugged landscape. Moreover, you can also enjoy a great musical evening relishing the folk dances and songs by the famous dancing community of the state of Rajasthan.
|Delhi 238 Kms.||Agra 275 Kms.||Ajmer 235 Kms.|
|Alwar 122 Kms.||Bharatpur 222 Kms.||Jaipur 41 Kms.|
|Jaisalmer 594 Kms.||Jodhpur 372 Kms.||Mt. Abu 535 Kms|
|Ranthambhore 207 Kms.|
Paradigm of the royal heritage of the state of Rajasthan, the Samode Place built in Indo-Saracenic architectural style. The 475 year old palace made using sandstone boasts marble floors, ornamented pillars, mosaic walls and old wall paintings. Built on three levels, the top of the Palace consist of a ruined fort, which offers the most mesmerizing views of the entire valley from the top.
The Samode Bagh is a 16th-century garden built in Mughal style sprawled over an area of 20 acres and enclosed by a 15 feet high wall. The Garden comprises 44 sandbank colored tents offering accommodation to visitors. A perfect fusion of the traditional Rajasthani, Mughal décor and Victorian style, Samode Bagh features modern facilities to accommodate its visitors. Moreover, the water channel with a row of fountains makes the entire garden area totally awe-inspiring. Fully-furnished Samode gardens are also home to a 150-year-old pavilion located within the garden complex.