Sardar Samand Lake and Palace
Drive along a 60-kilometer desert stretch from Jodhpur that passes through a Bishnoi village before you finally emerge near the delightful Sardar Samand Palace located on the banks of the spectacular Sardar Samand Lake.
Be charmed as you spot wild animals such as the blackbuck, chinkara and neelgai on your way to the Sardar Samand Lake and Palace in Jodhpur with Indian Horizons. An art deco hunting lodge, the Sardar Samand Palace was constructed by Maharaja Umaid Singhji in 1933 and is a skillful illustration of rustic and glamorous Rajputana.
The massive Sardar Samand Lake entices migratory birds and creates picture pretty vistas with the exquisite palace forming a splendid backdrop. Admire brightly colored miniature paintings, brilliantly executed murals and traditional motifs that are carved on the ethnic walls of the lovely Sardar Samand Lake Palace.
This royal hunting lodge was converted into a heritage hotel in the post independence era. The management has been extra careful in preserving the original furniture and deco of this regal palace in Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India.
An English architect, George Goldstraw designed the Sardar Samand Palace that engages your attention with its exotic sculptures and opulent interiors. So come and explore the treasures of the Sardar Samand Lake and Palace with Indian Horizons.