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sukanto Kuri
Jul 18, 2022
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April 4th is Children's Day, which also happens to be the Qingming Festival when tomb-sweeping ancestors. It seems to remind people that when caring for their children and grandchildren, they should also pay attention to various issues of the elderly. On the day of Qingming Festival, I saw a very interesting news in the newspaper. After being burned at high temperature again, the ashes of the relatives can be condensed into spheres the size of a dollar coin by using the technology of high pressure to reduce the volume, forming beautiful gems. A deceased person can be transformed into many of these beads, which can be placed at home for worship or as a souvenir collection. This news report suddenly pulled my mind to far away India. Image Manipulation Service One summer vacation, I was traveling in the Indian peninsula, and on a sweltering morning, I took a walk along the wide Ganges River. There was wind, and there was a burning smell in the air. Curiously, I walked down the embankment and saw a funeral procession not far away, where the bodies were being burned. The custom of the general Indians is that after the corpse is burned into ashes, the ashes are directly sprinkled into the river and let the water wash away, unlike the Taiwanese, who enshrine the ashes in temples or nagu pagodas. That morning, I saw a total of three families cremating their relatives and letting the ashes float to the sea along the Ganges River. However, in the nearby rivers, many Indians maintain the ritual of purifying themselves in the Ganges River water and worshipping gods after getting up early, and they don't mind floating in the river with the ashes of the dead. Thinking back to this, I smiled and admired Indians for being smart and open-minded. Set off to visit the father of the spirit in the sky Then, I went out on a motorcycle and went to the "Life Memorial Hall" run by the district office to worship my father's ashes. Standing in front of the little lattice my father had assigned, I stared at the photo of my father on the urn.
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