The story of an Indian man making a real life doll of his wife who died of Corona 19 is becoming a hot topic.
On the 5th, Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post ( SCMP ) reported the story of Tapas Sandilia, a retired civil servant in India. Sandilia lost his wife to Corona 19 on May 4, 2021 after 39 years of marriage. Sandilia, who was quarantined at the time, was not even on her deathbed when his wife, aged 59, closed her eyes.
In response, 메이저놀이터 Sandilia, expressing her longing for his wife, made a custom-made doll that looked exactly like his wife. This model weighs 30 kg and costs a total of 30,200 dollars (approximately 38.21 million won) to produce.
Sandilia set the doll on the sofa in the living room, which was his wife’s favorite place to sleep. Sandilia put on her model the necklace and earrings that her wife usually wore. He also never left her doll’s side, combing her hair and tidying up the folds of her clothes whenever he had time.
The sculptor who made the model explained, “It took three weeks to make the wig,” and “the client was very picky, and he ordered detailed hair parting and perm.” At the same time, he said, “The client made an overwhelmed expression as if he had fulfilled a very deep wish.”
“I wanted to grant her wife’s wish to have a statue of her made,” Sandilia said, adding that “nothing makes me happier than her wife’s real expression.”