Located around 40 km from Jaipur, the almost 500-year-old Samode Palace is the perfect example of Rajput haveli architecture. Visitors to Samode can experience the rural lifestyle by taking a camel safari through the village and visit local craftsmen.


Samode Palace is different in the way that it does not belong to any royal family but to a family of noblemen, the Rawals of Samode. The roots of the family can be traced back to Prithvi Singh of Amber (1503-1528), who was the 17th prince of the house of Kachwaha Rajputs, who are believed to be the descendants of Lord Rama.


The noblemen of Samode have been bestowed the title of 'Maha Rawal' for their bravery and loyalty towards the throne.

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