SODAWAS was given in Jagir (Fiefdom) to Late Thakur Bishan Singhji by His Late Highness Maharaja Shri Umaid Singhji of Jodhpur in the Year 1943 along with two other villages, before which it was a ‘Khalsa’ Jagir, meaning for Three Decades it was under the direct rule of Marwar State (Jodhpur). On arrival you enter through a grand gateway into the Karni Kot, which is still lived in by the family of Late Thakur Bishan Singhji. The present Thakur Sunder Singh of Sodawas and his family will join you and will give you an opportunity to discuss their traditions,culture and the rich heritage of Marwar erstwhile State of Jodhpur. Folk Music and Theme Dinners are additional attractions. Their beautifully designed stables will interest Horse lovers.Once the much loved stallion and mare of the Late Thakur Bishan Singhji Sahib were stabled here. Horse safaris can be arranged on request. Beyond the Kot walls the guest encounters breath taking view of lush green fields of mustard and wheat; and in the village, one can see artisans working on the local crafts of the region. From Sodawas travelling through interesting countryside and passing the 14th Century Temples of Nadol and the famous white marble Jain Temple of Ranakpur, one can travel, enroute to Udaipur, through the picturesque landscape of the Aravali Mountain Range. The Kot has ten bedrooms and every modern amenity. The family drawing and dining rooms have been opened to receive you in true Rajput Hospitalityl. Traditional Sodawas Cuisine for which the House is well known for, is served to you with spices adapted to your taste. A visit to Karni Kot at Sodawas is indeed a delightful and memorable experience…..
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