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Indian Man Commissions Lifelike Wax Statue Of His Late Wife To Keep Her Memory Alive [Photos]

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A 57-year-old Indian man who reportedly lost his dear wife to a ghastly car accident has launched a lifelike wax statue to keep her memory alive.

Reports had it that Mr Srinivasa Gupta wife, Madhavi Gupta died in the year 2017 in a horrible accident which left their daughters with some injuries.

Gupta who enjoyed beautiful moments with his wife while she was alive decided to make a bungalow for his late wife and as well made a lifelike wax of her status. Naija News learnt that Madhavi before her death had told her husband she dreameth of having a bungalow of her own.

To make her dreams come through, the widower set out plans to construct the bungalow, a year after her death.

It was gathered that the widower had summoned 25 architects to deliberate about the bungalow, of which one among them came up with the idea of the lifelike statue of the deceased. The statue which was finally erected in a bungalow in Koppal, in the Indian state of Karnataka, Naija News understands.

Mr Gupta on August 8 hosts people at the bungalow for a housewarming ceremony at the place where the statue was erected.

See below some photos taken from the ceremony.

Source: Naija News

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