When caring for the dying, relatives may wish to perform rituals at this time. in death, jewelry, sacred threads, or other religious objects

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When caring for the dying, relatives may wish to perform rituals at this time. in death, jewelry, sacred threads, or other religious objects should not be removed from the body. washing the body is part of the funeral rites and should be carried out by the relatives. such acts are practiced in?

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Caroline 3 months 2022-02-17T23:45:40+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-17T23:47:17+00:00

    Answer: Hinduism

    Hinduism is a religion in India, in which special rituals are followed in cremation of a dead human beings, these are the part of their culture and are related with religious and emotional sentiments of the society. Washing the body after death, wrapping it in clean sheet of cloth, and placing ornaments in the body and those which are already present are not removed, tying of sacred thread all are the rituals which are practiced in Hinduism.

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