This essay discusses the burial process in Islam. It was a uniformly dug grave. My brothers got down into the grave to lower my father’s body into it. Gently, almost reluctantly, we had to leave him there.
It was a uniformly dug grave. My brothers got down into the grave to lower my father’s body into it. Gently, almost reluctantly, we had to leave him there; his head was raised slightly with his face towards the Kaba. A roof was made with a slab over his body and then all the people accompanying us in the burial started pouring three handful of soil over him, all the time praying and reciting verses. Reluctantly we went home to our mother to console her the best way we could though we knew that she could not be consoled. These few days were strange in that they brought the brothers even more close as we shared a collective loss. However as our religion so rightly states, there was no hysteria or depression as we had come to terms with the inevitability of death and though we grieved, we knew that all of us would eventually also go through the same process when our time was up.
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