Sardar Samand Lake, located on Jodhpur – Pali route about 52 kms south east of Jodhpur, is a bird watchers paradise with different varieties of migratory birds. This artificial lake as well as the route to the lake is a virtual treat to the nature lovers and photographers. The lake and its surroundings is the home to the birds like elicans, flamingos, cranes, egrets and kingfishers. On the way to the lake, there is a wildlife area, where one can spot animals like Blackbuck, Neelgai and Chinkara. The Bishnoi villages, a picturesque settlements of the Bishnoi tribal community is also on the way to Sardar Samand Lake.
The summer palace of Maharaja Umaid Singh, Sardar Samand Palace stands on a hill overlooking the sardar samand lake. The palace is a fien example of Rajputana style of architecture which was built during the year 1933. The walls of the palace were elaborately carved with vibrantly colored miniature paintings, vividly executed murals and customary motifs. Once used as the hunting lodge of the royal Jodhpur family, Sardar Samand Palace has now been into a luxury hotel, Sardar Samand Lake Resort, managed by the Welcome Heritage Group of Hotels.
Source: web123.com. The address of Sardar Samand Lake Palace, Jodhpur is Unnamed Road
It's in Unnamed Road