Fierce battles ending up in bloodbath, loot and plunder of enemy palaces, mass destruction and harassment of the defeated at the hands of the victor, were the order of the day in the heydays of the Rajput rule. The Rajput kings and princes famous for their valor were fierce warlords who ruled scattered all over Rajasthan and never let go of an inch of their self respect or land. Forts are thereby a common feature among all Rajput royal families. The Samode Fort, Samode is one of the most important f... read more
The Samode Palace Samode is one of the most important and major forts and palaces in Samode Rajasthan India. The palace was built 400 years ago by the Rawals. However, the Samode Palace, Samode as we see it today was the result of later expansion and beautification. The Samode Palace is a marvelous example of a blend of Rajput and Mughal architecture. Its elegant fa
The Sultan Mahal Samode is a part of the the Samode Palace, which belongs to the Rawals of Samode. The Rawals were Prime Ministers to the royal court of Jaipur. The Rawals have been residents of Samode for over four centuries now, with the awarding of Samode to Gopal Singhji along with the hereditary title of Rawal Saheb by his father Prithviraj Singhji of Amber- the seventeenth prince of the house of Kachhawaha clan of Rajputs.
The Sultan Mahal, Samode is one of the important and maj... read more