Old Goa is the home to India's second wax gallery. Every doll is painstakingly etched of paraffin wax; the hair utilized is normal, despite the fact that the eyes and teeth are fake. The exhibition hall has more than 30 life-measure, statues of well known identities of Indian culture, legacy and religion. One of the principle attractions is the chiseling of the 'last dinner' which is 22 feet long and weights 500 kilos.
A guide talks you through the statues at the musuem, and clarifies who the statues are of, what they speak to and to what extent it took to make the model. The guided visit is in English and Hindi. Other principle attractions incorporate Mahatma Gandhi, Radha Krishna and Bethlehem. There is a statue called 'say no to medications' which demonstrates to you the symptoms of taking medications and this truly breathes life into the idea.