Samode

Samode is the abode of the Rawals of Amber of the 16th Century. It is set amidst three imposing forts, high on the mountains and reminds one of the chivalry of the Rajputs. The palace has remarkable halls of mirrors, totally intact and has been further embellished with frescoes of 18th century. It reflects the fine aesthetic traditions of its royal occupants.

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