JMi have never seen anything like that before. it is interesting how every culture has unique rituals for death.thanks for your comments and visit. we did have a fun weekend~laura
Good grief! These are amazing photographs. I've heard of this, but never have seen it...The smell must be something else! Wow!(By the way, thanks so much for your funny and insightful comments on my blogs today!)
Uff! , slight entrance! , it impresses the news article and the force of the images. Thanks to happen and to comment in fotosqueimportan.comA hug
Great photo report...
This is very very interesting JM! Very traditional. I have never heard or seen such public cremation. Thanks for sharing this!Steven^^
This is very touching!
So sad Jose but I guess these rituals serve many purposes.
Oh my God.. That's sad.. That's the worst any dad can go through...Vazhachal Forest - A Picture AlbumGetting formal on Business meets
That's an interesting set of photos, but really sad too :-(
quite a series of photos. i remember the pyres on the Ganges River in Varanasi, India where we watched many of these scenes and they were so compelling. The reason they need men to prepare the body for the release of the spirit would be very difficult to do. and for a son, it would be very hard to do.
Oi, I could never do this.I guess it is not by chance that it is next to the "cornea excision center"?
What an emotive post! No words...God bless you!Cezar
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