In 1957, Rambagh Palace was the first of the royal residences in Rajasthan to become a hotel.
The original architect in the 1830s was Sir Samuel Swinton Jacob, who was a British army officer and state engineer for Rajasthan.
Several, including a future chief minister of the state of Rajasthan, Vijayaraje Scindia, “were laughing in great delight.”
Only, in fact, in two Rajasthan States and then for only brief periods was there any major celebration of the Krishna theme.
For two centuries, saith Tod, Mewar flourished exceedingly and was the paramount kingdom of all Rajasthan.
I cannot do better than give the following quotation from Tod's Annals of Rajasthan.
The thumping ceased exactly underneath us, and a man began singing in the time-hallowed language of Rajasthan.