Serving all communities, we specialised in End to End funeral management, providing families with guidance in performing the final religious rites of passage. We’re here to help you arrange the funeral you want for your loved one and this website helps explains the decisions you have to make, and is a guide to some of the processes you may need to think about when planning the funeral service. We’re always available to discuss any decisions with you and your family, we will help and advise you in your time of need, 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year.
Mokshshil offers many options that are comparable to a traditional funeral ceremony, including funeral rites prior to cremation and memorial services. In addition, cremation allows scheduling of services at a time that is most convenient for the family. This permits family and friends to gather across long distances without added financial or emotional strain.
People generally understand what the term cremation means. When we are asked for a detailed definition, however, we tend to hesitate while searching for appropriate words. A suggested definition of cremation is the: "The mechanical and/or thermal or other dissolution process that reduces human remains to bone fragments." Cremation includes the processing and usually includes the pulverization of the bone fragments.
There are numerous reasons why people choose cremation, and the decision is a very personal one, whether for someone planning their own services in order to alleviate their family from that burden, to family members choosing cremation as a loving and respectful way to memorialize their loved one. Research has shown the following nine factors as considerations in the cremation decision:
In suffering the loss of a loved one, traditional rites of passage and memorialization can be beneficial in helping individuals deal with the loss. When the practice of cremation is accomplished with human dignity and recognition, it will:
Cremation is not final disposition. It is preparation for memorialization. Cremation can offer a way to memorialize a loved one in a context that is meaningful to the loved one and to the survivors.
Most religions permit cremation; some recommend it. Support for cremation is not universal among faiths, however. Consult we can help you consult our religious advisor or you can consult your own religious advisor with any questions about the appropriateness of cremation in your faith.