The Hindus call on the Cardiff Council (CC) in the UK to work on creating a special area for the spread of the cremated remains over the sea, river, sea or other body of water.
Respected Hindu statesman Rajan Zed said today in a statement in Nevada, U.S., that the areas in and around Cardiff now have a significant Hindu population, and it is important for grieving Hindu families to distribute the cremated remains of their loved ones across the water.
The CC should work with the Hindu community and other interested communities to create a special area along the water where grieving families and friends can gather and perform the latest rituals properly, respectfully, and peacefully. Zed, the president of the Universal Society of Hinduism, said.
Rajan Zed urged Mayor Daniel De’Ath, Council President Huw Thomas and CEO Paul Orders to seriously and seriously consider the development of this special area for the disposal of cremated remains. This could include installing a platform, lifting an open covered structure like a pavilion, and building a connecting road.
Zed said that he or other Hindu scholars would like to be of assistance if the CC officials needed help with religious expertise during the design and development process. Apart from Hindus, it would also benefit everyone else who is interested in distributing the cremated remains on the water.
A multicultural city like Cardiff should be more responsive and responsive to the basic needs of its hardworking, harmonious, and peaceful Hindu community. who had made many contributions to the UK, Wales, Cardiff and society in general; and continued to do this; Rajan Zed added.
Source: World Hindu Network
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