Wax Museum Set To Launch In The Nahargarh Fort

Wax Museum Nahargarh Fort Jaipur

The majestic Nahargarh Fort in Jaipur is set to experience the wax statues of the world icons Dalai Lama and Jackie Chan. The first glimpse of these statues will be launched on Tuesday April 5, 2016, in the hotel Marriott situated near Jawahar Circle in Jaipur. The first glimpse will be inaugurated by the actor Sonu Sood. The workmanship of the wax statues has been ongoing for a period of approximately 15 months now states the creative project head Mr. Anoop Srivastava.

Await the grand opening of the Wax Museum-The New World in this coming month of August at the Nahargarh Fort in the city of Jaipur. An approximate of 15 wax statues have been constructed till date and a figure of 25 wax statues in total has been quoted to be ready to be placed in the museum till August.

Project head Mr. Anoop Srivastava has communicated that in the year 2006, a wax statue of the Bollywood sovereign actor Mr. Amitabh Bachchan was devised for a film festival which netted a lot of acclaim and admiration amongst the common public; post this praise and acceptance by the public, Mr. Srivastava’s inclination towards the creation of wax statues of celebrated personalities amplified.

The museum will also showcase the wax statues of historic personalities, some of which we have just seen visual images of in paintings and magazines. These age old kings and queens who will take the form of wax statues are Maharaja Madho Singh, Maharaja Ram Singh, Maharaja Sawai Mansingh and Maharaja Jai Singh. The beautiful Maharani Gayatri Devi’s statue will also be placed in the museum. A special royal durbar has been finished with finesse for these statues.

Mr. Anoop Srivastava also shared some artistic details for these wax statues. Fine Indian and Chinese artists have driven the construction of these statues. Bee’s wax, petroleum jelly and silicon have been utilised in the make of these statues. A room temperature of 42 degree Celsius is tolerable by the statues and direct sunlight is harmful and will deteriorate their make and finish.

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