Samode according to the Rajputana Gazetteer was a large and flourishing town.
The Zamidars or landlords of Samode, the principal thakurs of the state of Amber
were the Nathawat clan from Chomu, tracing their relation to the fabled
Prithviraj Singhji. One of his sons, Gopal Singhji was awarded Samode, a noble
feudatory of the Amber and Jaipur principality. It was among the wealthiest
territories in the Amber kingdom. After 6
generations in the hands of his descendants Samode was relinquished to the Raj.
In 1757 the territory was returned to the Nathawats. For the 1st half of it's
existence this palace was a little more than a fortified stronghold in the
rugged Rajput tradition. There are various categories of hotel available in
Samode. Indo Vacations offers the best accommodation in Hotel
Samode Bagh, Hotel Samode Palace in Samode. For further more
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