Funeral Urns - Honoring and remembering our loved ones

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For thousands of years human beings have been born and have died. Cremation and funeral rites for the dead have been prevalent for thousands of years. Honoring and remembering loved ones who have died is prevalent in almost all religions. One way of honoring and remembering loved ones who have died is with Funeral Urns or Cremation Urns.

Funeral rites and rituals are as old as mankind and humanity. Some religions and cultures bury their dead. Others believe in cremation. In Christianity Cremation as a means of disposing off a dead person was not accepted earlier. But in the last two centuries the thinking has changed. Cremation is accepted now and preserving a part of the ashes in Cremation Urns is normal too.

A Funeral may be conducted some days after the person has died. But in some religions like Hinduism, the dead body is cremated as soon as possible. The Funeral is a way to show respect to the departed soul. People visit the grave of a loved one whenever possible and on special occasions to remember the departed soul. Many people in the US visit local cemeteries and memorial parks on Memorial Day. This day is dedicated to paying respect to departed friends and family members. For some people these visits may be more frequent than just a special day. Honoring and remembering the dead is not a modern fad. For thousands of years people have cremated their loved ones who died and have preserved their ashes in Urns. The ashes were kept in beautiful earthen or metal Urns after cremation. The only change is that the Funeral Urns or Cremation Urns are now made from numerous materials.

In the US and Canada the funeral rites for the dead include visitation, the funeral, and the burial service. Visitation is where the body of the deceased is placed in a casket for display. Sometimes this may not be possible. If a person has died in an accident or in a horrible fire the body of the deceased cannot be displayed publicly. Cremation is the only option in such cases. The ashes can then be preserved in Cremation Urns. For the Funeral rites the cremated remains preserved in the Funeral Urns. This Urn is put kept for everyone to pay his or her last respects.

Burial and preserving the ashes after cremation are forms of memorializing the deceased. Visiting the grave of a deceased loved one is remembering them. A permanent and fitting memorial to the dear departed soul is important. Memorials remind is of our loved ones in times of sorrow and happiness. Cremating a loved one is not the end. After cremation the memories like the ashes can be preserved in Cremation Urns. The Urns can be placed in a cozy nook or corner of your garden. This will ensure that you are near to your departed loved one. You can visit the memorial that you have setup for your loved one everyday. The remains of your loved one can be preserved in custom designed Funeral Urns.

Another way of keeping your loved one near you is by placing the Cremation Urns in a niche. A niche can be an in inner or outer wall of your home. Many cemeteries too have a separate area for Funeral Urns. Whether you choose a place in your home or garden, remembering the loved one is important.

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