Tucked in a side of the gathering capital of India, the for the most part morally sound assortment of Goencho Saib Lord of Goa, also called St. Francis Xavier, is in plain view in the privilege trancept of the Bom Jesus church in the old Portuguese focal point of town. The body was initially transported back to Goa in a lime-slake, from which his body marvelously developed untouched. He was set on see in a raised reliquary, with yearly celebrations, where, up to this point, travelers had the chance to kiss the uncovered, supernaturally preserved feet of the holy person. The outdoors was no picnic for the body, and religious energy for the relic has incurred significant injury too. Supposedly in 1554 an overeager admirer bit off the pinky toe of his correct foot, which at that point purportedly spouted blood as though from a living body. Afterward, in 1614, by request of the congregation, his correct arm was disjoined at the elbow and conveyed to Rome.