Hi Sriram. Welcome to KTO!
I'll tell you some interesting stuff about mummies. The word 'mummy' is of mixed etymological origin. It came to English in the 1400s. through Mediaeval Latin. The word 'mum' meant wax in ancient Persian, and 'iyiah' meant body. As the mummies were preserved using a combination of salt, wax and oils the Persians (who invaded Egypt under Cambyses) gave them the name of 'mumiyah'. This came through the Ancient Greek and then Latin to the Romance languages of Europe. It is first recorded as 'mummy' in the 1615 Winter Almanac of James I.
Why do you want to kiss mummies by the way? The famous ones are 3000 years old, and most are still encased in cartonage cases. The few royal mummies that have been unwrapped are for the most missing, but some are on display in the 'mummy wing' of the Cairo Museum.
I'll help you to learn about mummies, but it would make sense for you to actually start asking questions rather than surveying to find out if we will help. I think that everyone here would be pleased to help.
What do you want to know about mummies then, Sriram?