Cremation in Georgia
What is cremation? Why cremate the deceased? Is cremation possible in Georgia? How much does it cost to cremate a person? What documents are required for cremation of a deceased in Georgia? How to organize a farewell ceremony? These questions raised above are of interest to a fairly large number of residents of our country, so we will try to answer them.
Funeral home ElitBiuro24 has been professionally dealing with the issue of organizing cremation in Georgia for several years. Call the operator to get detailed information about the cost of the service, terms and procedure of execution. We work around the clock.
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We will Carefully Deliver the Deceased to Cremation,
and Bring the Urn with the Ashes Back!
If necessary, we can also send the urn wuth the ashes by aircraft to any country in the world.
What is Cremation?
Cremation of a person is a type of burial, implying the burning of the deceased. This is a modern, environmentally friendly type of burial of the dead. For more than a century, world practice has widely used the highly cultural tradition of farewell to the deceased – cremation as a method of burial, which is a modern trend in the ecology and economics of funerals. In the West, where the population density is much higher, cremation, as a means of “preserving health and land for living people”, has been widely used since the second half of the 19th century.
Why is cremation needed in Georgia?
Cremation in Georgia is gradually becoming a very popular service. The lack of land for expanding cemeteries and, as a consequence, the high cost of burial sites are beginning to change the established views of Georgians on cremation. The cost of a grave in Georgia for the burial of a relative is approximately US $ 1200. And this is only a plot for 1 person! Also there might be additional costs for the coffin, hearse services and a funeral service. It is not customary to buy several plots at a cemetery in Georgia at once. Plus, it’s very expensive. Therefore, the graves of relatives are scattered throughout the cemetery. This greatly complicates the care of the burial site and adds a lot of inconvenience.
Opportunity to Create a Family Burial
Cremation in Georgia could solve this problem. The urn with ashes does not pose any biological hazard. It doesn’t take much space to bury it. Moreover, this approach allows you to bury loved ones nearby and not separate them after death. You can bury an urn with ashes right in the grave of a previously deceased relative or nearby. In a small area, you can organize a generic columbarium, where at least 20 urns after cremation can easily fit. All developed countries of Europe and the world have been following this path for a long time. Cremation in Georgia is an opportunity to create a family burial in one section of the cemetery.
In addition, we must not forget that Georgia is a multi-confessional country, both in terms of nationalities and religions. A fairly large number of Jews, Chinese, Koreans, Europeans and representatives of many other nations live here. For them cremation is a more familiar treatment of the body of the deceased than burial in the ground. Representatives of religious communities around the world today no longer speak out against cremation. Everyone understands perfectly well that in the realities of modern life this is the norm to which one must strive.
Cremation and Religion – What to Do?
Most representatives of religious confessions are well aware of the problems of the modern world. Rapidly growing cities are unable to effectively maintain even new burial sites. And the old plots of land in cemeteries even more so. This problem is getting worse every year. Each cemetery in its modern form is essentially an ecological bomb. First of all, because it actively pollutes the sources of drinking water for the urban population. For these reasons, many representatives of religious confessions no longer explicitly speak out against cremation. Increasingly, they talk about cremation as a method of burial that does not contradict religious canons. This position is confirmed by the fact that special rooms have appeared in the crematoria of Europe and Russia for holding the farewell ceremony and religious rites before cremation.
Cremation in Georgia – How to Order?
Call: +995 511 14 41 41
The company’s specialists will provide you with detailed advice, help with paperwork, deliver the coffin with the body of the deceased to the crematorium and bring the urn with the ashes back. By phone, you can find out the exact cost of cremation for different cities of Georgia, clarify the full list of necessary documents and agree on the procedure for holding the ceremony. Our employees have extensive experience in organizing and conducting cremation.
Cremation in Georgia is Possible!