Having lost a loved one recently, one might never be able to cope well enough to make all the arrangements. It is important to perform the last rites for the loved one who departed and give them a final goodbye to the next life. To make it easier for the family and take a load of their shoulders, we provide all the services of making relevant arrangements. One such arrangement includes booking the cremation ground and arranging the pyre and samagri. Every single relevant arrangement will be done by the Noble Sparrows’ team without any hassle and on time. All you have to do is give us a call.
Cremation Grounds List:
|1||ANTIM NIWAS||Sector 94, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201313|
|2||BERIWALA||Mahakavi Goswami Tulsidas Marg, Block J, Beri Wala Bagh, Hari Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110064|
|3||CREMATION GROUND IN GURGAON||Thakran patti, Jharsa Rd, Institutional Area, Sector 32, Gurugram, Haryana 122001|
|4||CREMATION GROUND IN DELHI CANTT||Pankha Road, Old Nangal, Block WZ, Nangal Raya, Delhi Cantonment, New Delhi, Delhi|
|5||DWARKA||Near by, Sector 18B Road, Sector 18, Sector 24 Dwarka, Dwarka, New Delhi, Delhi 110075|
|6||GHAZIPUR||Ghazipur Dairy Farm, Ghazipur, Delhi 110096|
|7||GREEN PARK||Ansari Nagar West, New Delhi, Delhi 110029|
|8||HINDON GHAT||Hapur Rd, Indira Kunj, Mohan Nagar, Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh 201009|
|9||LODHI ROAD CREMATION GROUND||Lala Lajpat Rai Rd, Nizamuddin West, New Delhi, Delhi 110013|
|10||MOKSH DHAM SHAMSHAN GHAT IN KALKAJI||Kalkaji, Lotus Temple Rd, Nehru Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110019|
|11||MOKSHDHAM||Thakran patti, Jharsa Rd, Institutional Area, Sector 32, Gurugram, Haryana 122001|
|12||NIGAMBODH GHAT||Ring Rd, opp. Hanuman Mandir, Kashmere Gate, New Delhi, Delhi 110006|
|13||NOIDA CREMATION GROUND||Sector 94, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201313|
|14||PUNJABI BAGH CREMATION GROUND||Block F, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi 110026|
|15||SAMSHAN GHAT IN TILAK VIHAR||J3WQ+7HH, Prithvi Park, Shahpura, Chaukhandi, Tilak Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi|
|16||SHAMSHAN GHAT IN ROHINI||Opp M2K multiplex near Deepali Chowk, Sector 3, Rohini, Delhi, 110085|
Cremation Grounds are nothing but a place consisting of a ground where the bodies of the deceased are burned upon a pyre. These last rites are crucial for every Indian and respectfully carried out by priests as per the Hindu culture. While the traditions and old scriptures mention the funeral pyre to be of wood, but nowadays, CNG and electric cremation facilities are also available. Burning of bodies cause any kind of underlying infection to become airborne and with pandemic around, this is dangerous in terms of airborne virus. Hence, most cases call for electric and CNG cremations nowadays.
Do not consider funeral rites as the last leg of the journey for your deceased loved one. The cycle of life is circular and at this stage the soul gets merged into the five primary elements of nature from where it was borne: fire, earth, air, water, and space. Hence, a new cycle begins and a new life takes form. Therefore, burning upon pyre is considered the last goodbye to this life of your loved one where you help their soul to move on to the birth elements.
In old scriptures and cultures, it is mentioned that every bit of traditions of old have underlying reasoning that we are unaware of today. But this is because we have moved towards practicality rather than spirituality. But the last rites are crucial and the importance of the same has now become questionable. But when your loved ones are unable to take a step towards arrangement, we, The Noble Sparrows provide the aid in the form of A-to-Z arrangements as per our culture. Though any special and personalization requests are most welcome to ensure that your loved one gets the best goodbye.
What is a cremation ground?
A building where dead people’s bodies are burned, usually as part of a funeral ceremony. Places where bodies are buried or cremated. burial ground.
Is cremation better than burial?
Cremation reduces the body to cremated remains within a matter of hours whereas traditional burial follows the process of slow and natural decomposition.
Some people respect the process of allowing the body to decompose naturally and consider cremation merely as hurrying the process while others believe that cremation denotes reverence.
How Long Does Cremation Take?
The average time it takes to cremate a body is from one to three hours, although it can take over five hours. An average body of 150 pounds in a cardboard container average about two hours.