Indian priests come home and do a Funeral service ceremony for 1 hour at Home. Pray to God and do Hindu funeral rituals, then going to crematorium 30-45 minutes do Hindu funeral mantras and speech and last Hindu funeral prayer to do with the help of Hindu funeral priest.
Hindu priest Ketul Joshi will provide you full funeral service package. Hindu funeral service and Funeral Director is available. It is Hindu funeral rites 13 days and 12th-day ceremony, Prarthana sabha when love one pass away, Indian Priest Ketul Joshi read Bhagavad Gita and Garud Puran. This gives their atma peace and contentment.
Prepaid Hindu funeral plans Available.
Most Hindus believe that humans are in a cycle of death and rebirth called SAMSARA. When a person dies their atman is reborn in a different body. Some believe rebirth happens directly at death, others believe that an atman may exist in other realms.
Hindus believe in reincarnation. The basic belief is that a person’s fate is determined according to his deeds. These deeds in Hinduism are called Karma.
According to Hindu funeral customs, the body remains at the home until it is cremated, which is usually within 24 hours after death. The Ashes are typically scattered at a sacred body of water or at some other place of importance to the deceased.
A garland of flowers should be placed in the casket. During the wake. family and friends gather around the casket and ma recite hymns or Hindu funeral mantras at the end of the wake, before body is removed for cremation, many Hindus place “Pinda” (rice balls) near the casket.
Prarthna sabha & Bhajan satsang
Have a think about what you want to happen between the day that the person passed away and the tithi. Some people meet to sing Bhajans or keep Prarthana sabha on each day between these two events. Some families find it better to keep this restricted to immediate family, others include extended family, and some invite friends, neighbors, and so on. Hindu priest Ketul Joshi provides this service also. People gather and do prayer for loved one’s atma peace. and sing some bhajan also.
Garud Puran Katha & Bhagavat Gita
The Garuda Purana is one of 18 Mahapuran of texts in Hinduism. It is a part of the Vaishnavism literature corpus, primarily centering around the Hindu god Vishnu. Composed in Sanskrit, the earliest version of the text may have been composed in the first millennium BCE, but it was likely expanded and changed over a long period of time.
Bhagavat Gita is one of Hinduism’s eighteen great Puranas. Composed in Sanskrit and available in almost all Indian languages, it promotes devotion to Krishna integrating themes from the Advaita philosophy of Adi Shankara, Vishishtadvaita of Ramanujacharya, and Dvaita of Madhvacharya.