Whenever there is a death in the family, the survivors find themselves in a dilemma as whether they should opt for cremation or burial. If the wishes of the deceased are known, then there is nothing to worry about. But things can become really difficult if the decisions are to be made by the surviving members.
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Once the cremated remains of the deceased are handed over to the family members, there is also a question as what can be done with the cremated remains. Well, burial of cremated remains is an option that best of the people prefer. If you want to bury cremated remains, you have a number of options for how and where to bury the remains. With cremation, you actually have more choices for a final resting place as compared to a typical earth burial. (more…)
Death is one of those topics that most people do not feel comfortable talking about it. This is why there is always a dilemma amongst people as whether there should be burial or cremation. In recent years in most parts of the world, cremation is becoming a popular choice as compared to burial. To know about the reasons behind its popularity, you can check www.cremationresource.org. (more…)
As cremation has become more popular as compared to burial, a lot of changes can be seen in the memorial industry. There is an increase in demand for cremation urns, jewelry for ashes, keepsakes and other memorials. At the same time people now prefer to scatter the ashes of a loved one as it is often regarded as a very unique experience. But you simply cannot scatter the ashes in any place of your choice. There are certain rules and regulations that you need to follow. (more…)
There are many ways to memorialize the cremation ashes belong to a loved one. Some of the common options are traditional ground burial with a grave marker, keeping the ashes in an urn, making cremation jewelry, scattering the ashes at some memorial location and so on. But with the increasing popularity of cremation as compared to burial, new concepts have emerged in the market as what can be done with the cremation ashes. (more…)
During the cremation process, the body of the deceased gets reduced to bone fragments. These bone fragments are further reduced in size with the help of certain machineries. The final product looks like fine sand and is known as cremated remains. Usually white in color, the cremated remains will weigh between 4lbs to 8lbs depending upon the body structure of the deceased. The cremated remains are handed over to the family members of the deceased in a temporary container by the authorities working at the crematory. (more…)
At times, situation may arise when you need to travel with the cremation ashes of a close family member or friend. During this time, you need to opt for a special kind of cremation urn where the cremation ashes can be stored safely so that you can travel with it without any problem. (more…)