The way you say goodbye to your loved ones by performing the last rites, the way you respect their bequest, and offer your last salute through the burial or cremation process is meant to be Cremation or Funeral memorial services.
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It’s very wise to involve the other family members in the conversation about performing the last rites for your loved one to get a clearer idea of how other family members feel about cremation or funeral and what are their valuable inputs. Eventually, the cremation and funeral performed with the unanimous decision shall allow a better division of activities among the family members to take the services hassle-free and spend more time with family members in such tough times.
By doing so, you are likely to make sure that you don’t miss any important point before you start the cremation or funeral and thereto eliminate all the hassles that may be faced at the time of cremation or funeral ceremony or post-cremation processes. For all your concerns and questions, you may please get in touch with us for the solicited insights you would want to be addressed at this point
At the time of availing the funeral or cremation service, you may require a few important documents to be readily available (in original and others as duplicate copies) with you at the time of performing the cremation/funeral ceremony at the cremation ground or funeral home, to learn more please turn to us for any further guidance on the same.
To facilitate the cremation process ahead you might require transporting the deceased: a> From Hospital to Homeb> From one city to anotherc> From one country to anotherd> From Home to hospital> From Home to direct cremation ground
1st thing that you need is the vehicle or transportation facility for the deceased, we can help you escort them with dignity as per your requirement. Please also visit the following important links for your read referral on our website:
Hearse Van / Mortuary Van / Ambulance for body
Body transport by air
You can plan for a traditional completely full-fledged cremation or funeral followed by a post-cremation memorial service like – a Choutha / Prayer meeting, Asthi Visarjan / Scattering of Ashes etc. or a short last rite with your faith and belief to suit your requirements.
When planning for a profound event, you must encourage and involve everyone to participate in decision-making and give their input. You may encourage them and talk to them about the best location for the event, talk to some to jot down the stories they’d like to share, gather family photos, create short videos, plan for a zoom live display of the cremation ceremony if you would like a eulogy, this is the time to assign tasks to some special ones.
You might not have any of these things ready, but it is vital to decide exactly what you and your guests will do at these events or ceremonies. The possibilities are endless.
Most people have to travel long distances or request time off from work, therefore it is always good to keep everyone informed well in advance.
Usually, the urn is a visual focus of any post-cremation or funeral ceremony. Would you want to take it home? Will the cremated remains be buried, or will the Scattering of Ashes / Asthi Visarjan be a part of the process? You might as well plan to purchase keepsake urns or jewellery for family members or plant a tree in the name of the deceased or help the needy through donations as per your wish.
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We are trusted and carry a substantial experience in offering services for helping other families make cremation/funeral arrangements. Never hesitate to call us. We care for what you care and therefore we would be highly fortunate to serve you and your family.