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Holi
Holi / Dhulandi
Holi is a religious festival celebrated by Hindus all over the world. Holi is considered as second biggest festival on Hindu calendar after Diwali. Holi is also known as festival of Colors. Places related to life of Lord Krishna are known as Braj re
Gangaur
Gangaur Festival
Gangaur is one of the most vivid festivals rejoiced with great enthusiasm and happiness all over the Indian state of Rajasthan. In the word Gangaur, 'Gan' is the synonym for Lord Shiva whereas 'Gaur' stands for Gauri or Goddess Parvati. But mainly, t
Samode
About Samode
Samode Haveli stands in the heart of the sprawling walled city of Jaipur, giving an ideal location to stay for those who would like to wander out and experience the history of the surrounding monuments and browse in the market places, with unique atmosphere of the contemporary and the historic ambience, offering a warm & friendly atmosphere with personalised service.
 
Description
Deep in the desert, against a background of dry & stony hills lies the large sprawling haveli (palace) of Samode which stands apart in serene splendour amidst rugged hills. The Samode palace which belongs to the Rawals of Samode, is about 400 years old and has been converted into a comfortable hotel run by the family. It's an intersting building build on three levels, each with its own courtyard. The highlight is the exquisite Diwan-i-Khas, which is covered with original painting and mirror work. The Samode Bagh is a sylvan retreat modelled on the geometric style of the Mughal garden. It was built by Rawal Sheo Singh, a scion of the Nathawat clan of Rajputs. Members of the royal family would come and spend moments of privacy and pleasure in the airy pavilions surrounded by fountains and water channels. This 400-year-old place has now been beautifully restored and thrown open to visitors. Step into the elegant Durbar Tent for a taste of desert hospitality. Traditional Rajasthani music, song and dance seem to fill up the spaces between fruit trees, grape vines and shrubs of jasmine, oleander and hibiscus that grow in the surrounding lawns. The more adventurous ones can explore the countryside by camel safari.