Swami Vivekananda’s wax statue was installed at the Jaipur Wax Museum on Vivekananda Jayanti
Swami Vivekananda, the youth’s inspiration and the person who established India’s glory in the world before independent India, was the most insightful person who ever lived. Swami Vivekanand’s wax statue was installed today at the Jaipur Wax Museum located at Nahargarh Fort on his birthday and National Youth Day.
According to the museum’s creator and director, Anoop Srivastava, the goal of this project is to motivate today’s youngsters. Swami Vivekananda’s main message was to keep your eyes on the goal, which is why a wax figure of him in a meditative position has been shown at the Jaipur Wax Museum. This 35-kilogram statue was created over the course of around 3 months.
According to the museum officials, the purpose of placing a celebrity statue here has always been to inspire future generations with the examples of the “great people” who have graced this place. The painful reality of today’s young generations is that desperation, dissatisfaction, and a growing loss of self-confidence are emerging. We want to install Vivekananda’s statue and spread his message of mindfulness and positivity to young people.
The Jaipur Wax Museum is notable for being the first wax museum in the world to be constructed on a “heritage site,” Nahargarh Fort. Along with the panoramic wax statues of notable individuals from India and around the world, the museum also features the maharajas of the princely state of Jaipur and the magnificent wax statue of the queen, which can be seen in the lavish setting and surroundings of the “Royal Darbar.” The “Sheesh Mahal” is a significant and distinctive component of the museum that strives to resuscitate extinct art.
This Sheesh Mahal is proving to be one of a kind since it is the first in the world to have a glass floor. More than 2.5 million pieces of glass have been used to carve and inlay it, and it is decorated with many vibrant hues.
Only here on earth will tourists be able to witness this beautiful fusion of the artistic Royal Darbar and the majestic Sheesh Mahal.
The Jaipur Wax Museum differs from other museums in India and overseas in addition to the fact that the artists used their hands to create all the museum’s decorations, wall paintings, and other sets.
It is accurate to claim that the Jaipur Wax Museum has risen to the top among wax museums not only in the nation but also in the entire world, based on popularity and visitor preferences.