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Islamic Funeral Beliefs.

The religion of Islam is spread out across different countries and is the world’s second-largest religion. The Islamic followers known as Muslims consider the Quran as their holy book. According to Islamic funeral beliefs, there is only one God (Allah). Worldly life is just a test by God, and they should only perform good deeds to achieve and eternal life. They believe that human beings have been given the freedom to choose, and in the end, everyone will be questioned about how they lived in this life. Islamic funeral services are based on the view that demise is a continuation of life, not termination. As per the Islamic Funeral Services, the deceased is supposed to be cleaned within a few hours of passing away. This means bathing the body with heated water. They believe in simplicity and modesty and therefore use a white plain cloth (Kafan) for shrouding purposes. Well-wishers may then come to visit the deceased and pay their condolences. Since the Muslims believe in performing only good deeds, before the burial, in the Islamic funeral services, they gather to offer prayers (Janazah Prayer) to Allah to forgive the deceased for any sins committed.

Islamic Funeral Rituals.

After prayers, the deceased person is taken for the burial(al-Dafin) and placed facing the Qibla. As per the Islamic funeral beliefs, wailing or crying at the funeral/burial is not permitted because demise is seen as wholly natural. The next of kin is responsible for lowering the body and positioning the soil balls. To conclude the Islamic funeral services, all those present pour handfuls of soil into the grave and recite a verse of the Quran. Their mourning period last three days. For the widow, it is an extended period of 10 days to 4 months. During this duration, they avoid wearing decorating attires, and the relatives come to pay condolences. Grieving the loss of the loved one is acceptable as long as they have respect for the plan of Allah. As per Islamic funeral beliefs, life and demise are given by God, and suicide is the greatest sin of all. Since facing the demise of a loved one is an emotional time, many people choose to hire funeral companies Last journey for their Islamic funeral services in Delhi NCR. Everything that needs to be arranged will be done cordially and properly, and one can devotee their time to follow the Islamic funeral beliefs and values.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why are Islamic funerals attended by the whole community?

Muslims believe that the death of a fellow Muslim is a loss for the entire community. They also believe a funeral to be a very spiritual event.:

What is the Islamic burial time limit?

Burial should take place as soon as possible. It’s typical to bury someone of the Islamic faith within three days, although most strive for within 24 hours.:

What is the dress code for an Islamic funeral?

For both men and women, dress should be modest. Men should wear a shirt and trousers. Women must wear a headscarf, plus an ankle-length skirt and a shirt with long sleeves and a high neck. Everyone should wear clean socks, as the shoes are removed before prayer.:

Do Muslim women attend Islamic funerals?

Traditionally, they do not. However, modern communities do allow women at the funeral prayer service.:

Are non-Muslims allowed at Islamic funerals?

Yes, it is common for non-Muslims to attend Islamic funerals.:

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