Samode is a town that lies in the Indian state of Rajasthan. This town was established by Maharaja Rajveer Singh in the early 17th century. Samode is well-known for housing the intricately carved monuments and gardens that were constructed during the reign of Maharaja Rajveer Singh. Today, it is a popular tourist site located in Rajasthan.
Hemmed in the foothills of the Aravali range, Samode is elevated at a height of 500 feet above the sea level. The land of this town is a craggy terrain. This region experiences an arid climate. The summers are burning hot as the median mercury level touches 46°C. It falls down at 26°C during the winter season.
Samode is famous for housing the intricately carved Samode Palace. This splendor is located on the outskirts of Shekhawat village. The interior walls of the palace are bedecked with the frescos and miniature paintings. Also, Samode Garden is an alluring garden located within the boundaries of the palace. Other attractions include the local markets of the town.