SAMODE, RAJASTHAN

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Hidden among the ochre hues of the ancient Aravalli Hills, Samode is an enchanting Rajasthani village, famous for its impeccably restored 18th century palace, now a luxury heritage hotel and probably the best of its type in India. The Palace and its hilltop fort, come into view like a mirage rising above Samode village’s cobbled streets and stone houses. Located only 42 km from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, Samode is also a center for block printing and bangle making. Other areas of interest include the splendid swimming pool and gardens at the tented camp retreat of Samode Bagh and the hilltop fort, the Rawal’s ruined former residence, with its impressive views over the surrounding countryside.

Experiences In And Around Samode

Samode: Fairytale Palace Resort - Beyond the Taj, Samode
Samode: Fairytale Palace Resort - Beyond the Taj, Samode
Samode: Fairytale Palace Resort - Beyond the Taj, Samode

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Hidden among the ochre hues of the ancient Aravalli Hills, Samode is an enchanting Rajasthani village, famous for its impeccably restored 18th-century palace, now a luxury heritage hotel and probably the best of its type in India. The Palace and its hilltop fort, come into view like a mirage rising above Samode village’s cobbled streets and stone houses. Located only 42 km from Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan, Samode is also a center for block printing and bangle making.
Surrounded by ancient forts and the rugged Aravali Hills, Jaipur, Rajasthan's Pink City, is one of the most enticing places in India. Every aspect of Jaipur (The story goes that when Queen Victoria visited 1876, the maharaja painted the whole city pink hence its nickname) was originally meticulously planned when it was founded in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh. Today it is one of India’s fastest-growing cities, showcasing ‘new meets old’, yet even in the most modern parts, ancient traditions remain.
Most majestic and romantic of all the Indian states is Rajasthan with its royal palaces, forts, and legendary cities such as Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur whose majesty and history conjure up images of the opulence synonymous with the region. It combines ancient desert tribes, warring Rajputs and royal Maharajas and features forgotten.