Hindu Ceremony Accessories Set
Hindu Ceremony Accessories Set. We have put together the complete accessories set for you to have a memorable and dignified water ceremony – WITHOUT THE URN. You can create a very special ceremony for your loved one’s ashes without the urn, as we have become more aware that some religious ceremonies prefer the ashes to be poured directly into the water without the need for a water soluble urn. It includes everything you need for your ceremony in one easy-to-use set. You simply order online or over the phone, really simple.
Water Ceremony – the committal of a loved one’s ashes for a water burial. URN NOT INCLUDED
The Hindu Ceremony Accessories Set contains:
- 3 Coconut Handmade Beeswax Floating Candles – which are completely natural and biodegradable
- 5 Floating Paper Flowers – Hibiscus; Lotus; Rose; Jasmine; and Marigold
- 1 litre bag of natural dried flowers comprising of:
- 2 boxes of promises containing 12 notelets per box – ‘Promises’ which are notelets designed to dissolve quickly in water.
- A Ceremony Certificate – for you to record the date and location for future generations.
If you would prefer this set with the urn please see the Deluxe Hindu Ceremony Set here.
Puja Ceremony Essential Elements – Optional extra
The Puja Ashes Ceremony is an essential part of the funeral rites to release of the spirit. Not all Hindu families can or wish take the ashes of a family member back to the Ganges or other holy sites in India and will conduct their Puja ceremony here in the UK.
This Puja can be purchased IN ADDITION to our standard ceremony set and provides for the religious and spiritual elements of the ceremony, this set contains:
- 900ml Holy Water*; Gangajal – water from the holy Ganges River
- Loban 100g
- Gugal 100g
- Camphor 40g
*Can be purchased separately on its own here
Boat Services for water ceremonies
For details of where you can scatter on water please see our advice page on Scattering on Water.
If you want to book a boat for your ceremony please see our BOAT SERVICES. Simply fill in the form on the boat page and the skipper will contact you directly.
Hindu Water Ceremonies
We regularly write about Hindu Water Ceremonies: