End-to-End Cremation Service Provider in Hindu Burial Ground AdityaNagra

We offer a personal touch to the funeral services so that you don’t need to worry about the arrangements. We help families pay respectful tribute to their loved ones with different funeral and memorial services.

Cremation services in Adityanagra is a well-known Hindu cemetery in Hyderabad, India, where final rituals and antim samskar are performed in accordance with customs. This cremation facility, which has been in operation for more than 50 years, is situated on 7 acres next to the Ganges River.

There are distinct burning pyres in the Adityanagra crematorium for members of various castes, communities, and family structures. For quicker funeral services, there is also an electric crematorium accessible. Around fifty pyres can be accommodated in the main burning ghat for large-scale cremations held during festivals such as the.

A group of skilled priests, known as pandas, work at the institution, doing the puja and helping families carry out the customary Hindu farewell ceremonies before to the anteyshti (cremation). For the last cleansing rites, wood, ghee, and other puja samagri are available.

Adityanagra also arranges for families to gather the cremated remains in earthen pots, which they can either bring home or submerge in the Ganges after the funeral. Hindus in Hyderabad choose this old cremation place because of the religious process and reasonable service charge for cremation services in Adityanagra.

Complete cremation services in Adityanagra offers pandit/priest service available throughout india. We have a team of professionals that will stand by you during this tough time and help you make sense of it all. To provide your loved one the best burial possible, the anthyesti staff is committed to respecting your sentiments and expectations. Members of our team will be present to assist and prepare everything for you.

WHAT cremation services in Adityanagra offers

The services required to plan and conduct cremation services from beginning to end are provided by Cremation Services in Adityanagra. These are all the different kinds of help we offer:

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Cremation Process

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TJ Mookerjee Kolkata

Very good service provided by Anthyesti. Very caring and professional approach at a time when the family is distressed. They also provided contacts for services not related to their line of removal of pacemaker etc. Very satisfied with them. Specially Ashish, the Manager, has been a source of strength during our bereavement. God Bless them all.

TJ Mookerjee Kolkata

Very professional service, with prompt and polite staff. However, I found the cost for flowers to be put on the hearse to be quite exhorbitant, and therefore arranged for that myself. Also, the calls to post review of services should ideally be made at a later time, not when the family is grieving. On the whole, a mostly satisfactory experience.

Chirag Basu Kolkata, India

Anthyesti did a wonderful job in transporting the mortal remains of my late brother-in-law from abroad to Gobindpur. We were initially expecting the body and Bhubaneswar airport but also wanted support till a remote location in Orissa and they finished the last mile without any hassles. God bless the whole team including Abhishek and the Delhi team

Dev Das Gobindpur

Booked for a ambulance for my beloved baby daughter last rites. Anthyesti helped me in all the end to end services including booking gate pass in crematorium and priest along with materials required for rituals. Need to really thank you guyz a lot.

Mohd Shehraj Khan Pune

I was looking for a end to end cremation in Delhi in Punjabi ghat crematorium. Anthyesti gave us a excellent service from door step till the crematorium including priest, flower decoration, hearse van etc. Our family is very satisfied with their services

Aman Tiwari Delhi, India

A very professional team.. all employees sensitised for proactive approach. Charges are very nominal. Services cater to all cultures, & the team demonstrates very good working knowledge of different traditions. Website very informative and easy to use & transact.

Sriram Ramadurai Pune, India

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Contact details

PLOT NO 164, HNO- 2-19-83/1, Road No. 6,
Kalyanpuri, Hyderabad,
Telangana 500039

+91- 080-694-51245


Hospitals near Crematorium

Sagar Hospital, Rahmania Clinic, Ayush Diagnostics ( A unit of Ayush Charitable Trust )

Temples in Adityanagra, Hyderabad

Venkateshwara Swami Mallikarjuna Swami Temple, Lord Shiva and Goddess Temple, Sri Siddivinayaka Swamy Temple

What time of the month is the facility closed for maintenance?

Hindu Burial Ground Adityanagra open 365 days in a year. If any repair work is going on than a formal announcement shall be done in the newspapers.

What is the time taken for burning in Hindu Burial Ground Adityanagra ?

1-hour slot is allotted for electrical cremation. It generally takes about 1 to 1.5 hrs for burning based on the body condition. It takes 2- 3 hrs for wooden cremation.

Is there a queue for the chullis? What is the process of waiting time in Hindu Burial Ground Adityanagra ?

Yes, but queue is based on the number of people who is already waiting before you because Hindu Burial Ground Adityanagra follows first come first serve priority.

What is the general wait time expected once a person gets into the Hindu Burial Ground Adityanagra cremation ground ?

Along with your pooja etc. expect to finish within 3 hours. After the burning of the deceased is done either you wait for an hour to get the ashes or you can come to collect it later.

What is the list of samigri that are expected in wooden cremation? Where are they available ?

 It depends on your caste and community. Generally, a bamboo pier, wood, karpoor, ghee for wooden cremation. Rest depends on your community.

What is the position of dead body in Hinduism?

In Hindu custom, the bodies of dead people are placed with the head pointing to the north until cremation. The belief is that the north is the direction that the soul uses when exiting the world. This notion signifies that sleeping with your head facing the north is only desirable for lucid dreaming and astral travel.

What happens when a Hindu child dies?

Children under the age of two are not cremated but buried. When dying, they are not placed on the ground; instead they are allowed to expire in their mothers’ arms. There are no special death rites; it is felt the child must have been a monster of iniquity in its previous life to have incurred such a terrible karman.

What happens if a Hindu is not cremated?

According to Hindu custom, the deceased are cremated as it is believed that souls, after living in the body for such a long time, get attached to the body and refuse to leave. Thus, if the body is not cremated and buried, the soul will linger in the vicinity and not depart.

What happens on the third day after death?

It is customary that on the third day after cremation, the karta goes to the cremation service area and collects the ashes of the deceased. The karta would then see that the ashes were disposed of in a significant river. In India, many still travel to the Ganges River to scatter the ashes there.

Why turmeric is not allowed after death?

Why can’t we eat turmeric when someone dies in the family? Not all have this restriction. However, for those that have this restriction, the underlying reason is that turmeric is considered as an auspicious object (mangala dravya). So its usage is avoided in the first 12 days of someone’s death at home.