Burial procedures

Burial procedures

Death is a camel that sits at anyone's home. It's late and late but it does not burn and burn.

A person who has died and whose hands have been cut short is no longer in this world to do, but the bereaved family of this person is responsible for burial. Many of these people do not know much about what they should do, and they are confused when they are mentally disturbed. This is a guide for familiarizing the step-by-step with the steps of burial of a person from the world.

Step One
When someone dies

No matter which city you live in, each person is at one of these three places at death: home, hospital, or a public place like the street. When it happens at home, a general practitioner is usually on his bedside to issue a death certificate. If a person dies in the hospital, the doctors of the hospital will issue the certificate and if this happens in a public place such as the street, they should call the emergency department. A person's certificate is issued after being taken to a hospital. The deceased's family contact the Behisteshahr Ambulance System in their city or private centers that operate in large cities to carry the body when they received a death certificate.

Step Two
Ride on the Famous Benz

Typically, in small cities, car-carrying vehicles are easily accessible to you, but in larger cities such as Tehran, this is a bit more complicated; the Behesteshahra (SS) ambulances in Tehran, located on Mirza Shirazi Street, are busy; in the capital, the daily between 170 to 200 people die. When the deceased's family received a death certificate, she calls the Behesteshahr Ambulance System at 88901226 and requests an ambulance. When the ambulance arrived at the place, depending on the deceased's gender, it will put a deck on the deceased family to place the body inside it. Green covers for men and ladies' specialties. After reaching Behesteshra (S), the agents are taken to the purification section based on the colors of the covers. Again, there are no such segments in other cities, because there are not enough criminals to do this.

Step Three
Choosing a steward in heaven

Ambulance delivers the deceased's body to the cold store. The refrigerator holds a number for each body and holds it on the cover. The deceased's family receives the death certificate from the morgue in accordance with the number entered on the cover. Until now, this stage is the same in most cities, but in Tehran, the deceased's family can go to the Behrouz Zahra Urvaih Complex with the leaves they have at their disposal for one to two hours and sit in the waiting room for their turn. The deceased family does not have a proper mental state in this situation and one person is introduced as a steward in order to make things more relaxed and the deceased family is not confused. In other cities, one of the family members who are aware of the stages of work is usually done by the steward. In Tehran, all those who are patrolling with their families are dressed in yellow uniforms.

Step Four
Revocation of the deceased's birth certificate

When the family of the deceased goes to the reception area of any city, the death certificate must also be certified as forensic. Usually, the medical representative is present at the reception area of the Artemisians. Just a few weeks ago, the deceased's family in Tehran had to go to Parsian Street to get approval for forensic approval, but recently, in Behisteshahra (U.S.), a lawyer has been given a ransom for medical treatment in Behisteshahr, where the death certificate is confirmed. In the next step, the deceased family should go to the representative of the campsites. In Tehran, the civil registration office also holds a ransom at the Uribian Complex, which records daily mortgages. Once the individual's death certificate has been confirmed in a forensic medicine facility, the person's profile will automatically be recorded in the registration system and the person's registration will extract the person's identity. The deceased family cancels a person's birth certificate by providing the ID of the deceased at the same place.

Step Five
Select the grave for the deceased

At this stage, it is time to choose the grave. Of course, in cities other than Tehran, there is usually no such stage, because graves do not differ. In Tehran, family tombs are one of the options that the deceased family can choose, or graves of one and two floors, and ... The most common type of graves are the graves that are located in the new development plan of Beheshtakeh Zahra. The graves of this part are 3 floors. The first floor is provided free of charge to the deceased family. The deceased family pays for two graves of the upper floor, for each grave 300 to 350 thousand USD, as well as receiving various services, including burial services. This amount varies from 200 to 300 USD depending on the type of service they receive. If one of the first-degree relatives of a deceased has a cemetery in Behisteshra (sa) and has passed his death for more than 30 years, the deceased's family will be able to cover the money in the same tomb by paying the necessary amount.

Step Six
Behold the funeral group

When the deceased grave is selected, it is time to get the profile of the deck and the row. With the announcement of these specifications, the dealers in this sector will go to various locations in different country. In Tehran, the funeral unit is prepared as a ready-made person at the grave site. Upon completion of the work, the funeral team prepares the grave site for the burial of the mitt. The Tehranians are at the same time doing other things in the building of the Urvaians, along with the steward, such as paying money in the bank vaults, The steward steals the deck of the deceased family. They will select all the services they need in Behisteshahr, and they will receive the cost of all these services in one go. The need for curtains, tables and chairs, shades, and so on are also considered at this stage. The 50-inch Uranus monitor at each stage tells the deceased family that the mate is at any stage of the funeral process.

Step Seven
Cleansing Mitt in the Distillery

In different cities of the country, Mitt is immediately transferred to the washroom department after reaching the Artemis. In Tehran, the monitors of the Arroyan complex declare the name of each mitt in the steps in which it is located. When the special issue is announced to each speaker, the deceased family can go to the clean room. Each mitt is placed on a special stone, and the ritual of ghusl and cleansing is done. In the cleansing halls of various cities, besides every bathing bath, a religious expert is in charge of the process of purging. In the ghosts of men, this expert is usually a cleric. After the wash, it is time to wear the outerwear. Most people use their own special slippers to prepare pilgrimages for such a day. When the wash job is completed, the special plate bearing the number of the grave and the name of the grave on it is written to the family of the deceased.

Eighth Step
Reading Mith prayer

This prayer is usually read in the open arena area. Behesht-e Zahra prayer hall in Tehran is a local place where the prayers for reading the prayers are written instead. Mith prayers are read by clergy based in the reading room and the deceased family is behind him. The text to be read in the prayers of the dead is written on large tablets opposite the prayer place, and even if someone does not know how to read this prayer, he can use the tablets to replace the prayers. The rules for reading the prayers for the dead are different for a deceased man and deceased woman. After prayer, usually the couple get to the funeral home on the family's hand. If a deceased person has made a wish to be buried in another city, then it is time to transfer the dike to the desired city. If the family of Mith intends to transfer him to another city, they must apply to the Behesteshahr Ambulance System.

Ninth step Fraternity

Now the mith is near the burial site. According to the tradition of mortal burial, the deceased family puts part of the path to the funeral. The burial group of the Artemisians has already prepared the tomb for the burial of the mitt. At this stage, a cleric comes with the help of the Mith family and brings the burial practices together with the family, including reading the indoctrination and prayers that are special for this time. After the corpse was placed in the grave and the rites were erected, the burial group buried the cemetary blocks on the grave and filled the empty space of the grave. Usually, after any burial ceremony that has already been decided upon in the reception area, the ghosts read the ghosts and the deceased family engages in mourning. The graves that exist in the new development plan of Behesteshahra (S) are all three floors. For the period of 50 days to two months after the bombardment, the Beheshtakhahr Organization (SA) places the remaining empty tomb in the reserve for the deceased's family if they wish to buy it. After this date, the deceased family should clear the remaining grave assignment 2.

What documents are required?

The family of the deceased are not in good mental health when they go to Behisteshahr (SA) and do funeral affairs. However, it is necessary to be aware of some issues. One of these cases is with the identification documents of the deceased. All documents required for mint burials in the crafts are a National Identity Card and a National Mint Card. In addition, it is required to be accompanied by a certificate of death. Another forensic approval is a certificate that can be obtained from the forensic authority of each city. With the help of a bank card, the deceased family helps to make burial and funeral process faster and more convenient.

Account and book burial

This figure varies from city to city, but in Tehran, Behshteh Zahra Ambulance Service is free to carry it from anywhere in the 22 areas of Tehran to Behesteshahra, but to carry it from Tehran to another city, depending on the distance The cost will be received from the deceased family. Every day, 20% of the alert they have been transferred from Tehran to other cities. A floor of the 3rd Grave grate is available free of charge. The cost of purchasing any of the remaining two floors is about 300 to 350 thousand dollars. Providing burial services and completing all necessary steps costs around 200 to 300 thousand USD. This fee is received at the beginning of the admission. In order to revive the grave in the old part of Behesteshahr, a sum of between one and three million tomans will be received. This includes the restoration of the old grave and the conversion of it to two new graves and the cost of an additional grave belonging to the deceased family.

Where to go for burial?

The Behesteshahra organization has provided conditions in Tehran to prevent the families of Mith from having trouble for burial and have the least run. The Arroyan Complex, located in Beyistat-e Zahra, is home to a complete collection of all the administrative services that the Mith family has to visit. The forensic and medical registry office is one of the most important services to pay for expenses. Cities like Isfahan and other major cities also model Tehran's Behesteshahra (S) to have complete collections in their hometowns and ignore the experiences of this complex. In other cities that do not have such complexes as the Urvaian complex in their country, the deceased family must first go to the forensic court and then to the local registration office. Electronic payments The cost of spending in cities has made it easier for the deceased to go to the bank to look for a bank.

Source: Hamshahri