Buddhist urn – adirectcremation.com

Buddhism is a kind of religion that does not involve the idea of worshipping a god, just like other religions do. The start of Buddhism was in India almost 2500 years ago. Siddhartha Gautama gave the teachings to people and enlightened them with this new religion. As soon as the religion was introduced to the world, Buddhism started spreading across all of East Asia. A cremation urn is a container that is handed over to the family after the body is cremated, and it contains all of the remains of the dead body. Most Buddhist urns are made out of wood, ceramic, metal, or plastic. Many of the followers of Buddhism prefer to keep the remains in the Buddhist urns rather than in the standard containers provided by the crematories. Buddhist urns are usually designed by very skilled people and are unique in design.

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