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Funeral ceremonies widely vary between cultures, and between a religious accessory in these cultures. After death of the person there is a funeral ceremony. Funeral ceremonies are based on beliefs and traditions of culture in memory of the died people. It takes the form of actual requiem, with various monuments, prayers, and the rituals undertaken in their honour. Short descriptions of funeral ceremonies are more low resulted by carried out various cultures.

The Religious belief of the Buddhism considers that the death of the died marks itself transferring from this life to other. Among Buddhists, the death has the big religious significance, both for victims, and for survived. For died, the death is the transferring moment to a new method of existence within the limits of a circle of regenerations. When there comes death all forces which have been accumulated died during his life will be activated, for following regeneration. The death is a strong reminder of the doctrine of the Buddha on inconstancy, and also grants help possibility died, at travel to the new existence.

The Islamic belief orders, that the burial place occurred in the shortest terms after death. In the funeral ceremony, wraping a body of the dead, a fabric it is made of a simple material - without ornaments and jewelry. Moslems of a community are going on a prayer and accept a body (without a coffin) for a burial place. Only men, are supposed on burial place service where the body is based in a pose reflecting Muslim traditions. Collective prayers are marked by the service termination.

At Sikhs, the death is considered natural process - event which has total perfection and occurs, as direct result of the Divine will. For Sikhs, the birth and death closely related because they are a part of a cycle of a human life "come and leave". It is considered as a transitive stage on a path to the clearing, a complete unification good luck. Thus Sikhs believe in reincarnation. However, on the contrary, the soul is not subject to a birth and death cycle. Death it only soul progressing on the path from God, through the created Universe and is revertive to God. Public display of a grief on funeral, such as crying or shout aloud is not encouraged, and are shown to a minimum. Cremation is a preferable method of salvaging, though if it is not obviously possible any other method, such as funeral in ground or submergence in a sea.

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