Preserving Wood For Funeral

January 26, 2019
contest: CHANGE in Wood Culture - Environment
$ 4800
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Md Tanveer Hassan Rohan Male
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This photograph was taken from Varanasi India while storing the wood on the upper side of the ghat Manikarnika . Manikarnika Ghat is one of the holiest among the sacred riverfront , alongside the river Ganga, in the city of Varanasi in the Indian. Manikarnika Ghat is one of the grounds where the majority of dead bodies are cremated in city of Varanasi. Hindus believe it will liberate them from the cycle of death and rebirth. For this traditional Hindu funeral pyre takes six hours and burns 500–600 kilograms of wood to burn a body completely.

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