It was surprising to see Indira Gandhi's dark brown complexion on her wax figure as I assumed that these wax figures were meant to be life-like. I have seen Indira Gandhi in person and so have hundreds of Indians. She had a milky white complexion due to her Kashimiri heritage. I guess the English think that all Indians have a similar dark brown complexion, failing to take into account the various different shades that we all are. Colour wouldn't matter except for the fact that the museum boasts of life-like wax sculptures. If they are not meant to have the same colour as in real life then why not paint everyone a dark brown?
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