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Are comprise the complex of beliefs and practices used by a culture to remember and respect the dead, from interment, to various monuments, prayers, and rituals undertaken in their honour.


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Five Anchors

Five Anchors

Funeral customs tend to be characterized by five "anchors":

  1. significant symbols
  2. gathered community
  3. ritual action
  4. cultural heritage &

transition of the dead body (corpse).


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Death is natural while life is accidental to mortals. 



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(IAST: Antyeṣṭi, Sanskrit: अन्त्येष्टि) literally means

"last sacrifice" or "final auspicious ceremony", and refers to the funeral rites for the dead in Hinduism.

This is the picture of SamshanGhat in one of ancient cities is India , Banaras.

A place where an Hindu expects his peaceful death to occur this event in the city.

SamshanGhat is the place where everyone day 24/7 there are always many dead bodies of Hindus are being burnt from many decades.


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The reasons:

  • To honor the dead
  • To express feelings of love
  • Appreciation for the life


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This is a very great question once asked. And have you thought of it, why are funerals so fed up with people? Have you asked this to someone. Here is what I think of.

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