Traditional Indian Ceremony Set
A traditional Indian Fired Clay Urn. These urns are made in India to a traditional design creating a pot from fired clay.
For members of Hindu and Sikh Communities living in this country who wish to commemorate their loved one in the the sea around the UK, we are now able to provide an urn that would have traditionally been used back in the Sub-continent.
Designed to hold the ashes of one person.
They are non polluting and suitable to be used in deeper and faster flowing water as they will not dissolve like our standard Hindu Urn, they will break down over the course of time, they will not harm aquatic life in anyway. The other advantage is that they can be used in conjunction with Holy Water from the Ganges, so the ashes can be washed in the holy water.
Height – 23cm,
Diameter – 22cm
Volume – 3.5 litres / 240 cubic inches
To add to your traditional ceremony we have put together the complete set for you to have a memorable and dignified water ceremony. You can create a very special ceremony for your loved one’s ashes. It includes an appropriately sized urn, plus everything you need into one easy-to-use pack. You simply order online or over the phone, really simple.
Water Ceremony – the committal of a loved one’s ashes for a water burial.
The Traditional Indian Ceremony Set contains:
- A Water Urn* suitable for one person’s ashes. A simple fired clay urn, it will submerge quickly and is suitable for water burials.
- 1 litre bag of natural dried flowers comprising of:
- A Ceremony Certificate – for you to record the date and location for future generations.
- Incense Sticks.
- 900ml Holy Water*; Gangajal – water from the holy Ganges River
*All of our Hindu/Sikh Water Urns are completely 100% biodegradable and gelatin free.
If you would like to ensure your privacy whilst scattering on water why not hire a boat? We can recommend boats throughout the nation who can carry out a water ceremony in privacy and complete dignity.
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: