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Top Attractions


Samode Palace:

The Samode palace belonging to the erstwhile royal family of Rawals is one of the most picturesque monuments of Samode. The 400 year old Fort has been converted into a heritage hotel by the Rawals family allowing tourists to witness the royal splendor and magnum of the erstwhile rulers of Rajasthan.  Diwan-i-Khas or the special section of the Samode palace is an epitome of cultural richness and splendor showcasing some of the beat mirror work paintings of the ancient eras. The Diwan-i-Khas attracts a large number of art lovers and historians alike. Other pristine sections of the Samode Palace include the Durbar Hall and Hall of Mirrors. Samode Palace is one of the most luxurious heritage hotels in Rajasthan attracting a large number of tourists from all over the globe.


Samode Bagh:  

Samode Bagh located at a distance of 3 Kms from Samode city center is one of the most beautiful gardens of the region. With its lush green surroundings to water fountains and airy pavilions for the visitors, Samode Bagh is beauty personified. The Samode Bagh has furnished tents allowing visitors to witness the natural brilliance and royal splendor at its very best in perfect communion.


Fort of Sheograrh:

This austere building constructed traditionally is very significant historically, as it is here where the people of Samode were barricaded themselves during war times. The elegantly painted dining room and the unique medieval ambiance of the fort is very appealing and worth visiting.  It is also known as Samode Haveli.