Samode Palace is the greatest heritage monument in the world which was built by the dignified personality of Rajasthan 'Maha Rawal' or 'Maha Saheb’. It was constructed with the perfect combination of Mughal and Rajasthani art and architecture. Initially, this palace was constructed in the 16th century named as Rajpit fort but it was modified again by the nobleman Rawal Berisal and then the fort converted into palace.
The noblemen of the court of the royal family were built this palace which is positioned on the outer edge of Shekhawat near samode village. It is designed with sandstone and the interiors of the palace are figured according to the ancient architectural style of Rajasthan. The overall decoration of this palace is related to typical royal architecture- marble floors, intricately ornamented pillars, mosaic walls, luxurious carpets, wall paintings.
There is an exclusive masterpiece of a large sized treasure chest made of dark wood with beautiful marble and shiny glass at the entrance of this palace. Facing to the south, it has the Sheesh Mahal which is said to be 250 years old. It was mainly served as the main residence of the Maharajas. There are two other forts located nearby it and a small temple, 3 kilometres away from the fort. It was planned in a sequence on three levels having a terrace on each floor.
The only thing is about this palace is that it is not a worth-missed palace indeed it has a stronghold on the other well-appointed forts and monuments in the state of Rajasthan.