Every culture has a different way of commemorating the deceased. In the Christian culture there is a ritual of “Month’s Mind” that is observed one month after the demise of someone. The notification of the same is published in newspapers so that maximum people within the community get the information. News journals are best for this purpose to spread the notice to a wide population pool. 

In case you have lost a loved one then book such posts through Obituarytoday which is an exclusive website for booking the following posts:

• Remembrance ads
• Obituary notices
• Tehravi adverts
• Chautha and Uthala notices
• You can also post obituary ad online free through this website 

To book these posts you need to fill-up the online ad booking form and make payment over a secured payment gateway via NEFT, Net Banking, Credit or Debit card, etc. The same will follow for booking obituary ad in newspaper

The format of such posts is available on the website you can take reference from such posts and create your ad copy. In case you find some difficulty in drafting the ad post in an appropriate manner then you can take the help of the customer relationship team of the service provider and they will guide you through the same. 

Talking about free online obituaries; the concept is not new. People have been publishing such notices in Western nations for years. The surviving family pay their tributes by creating an online obituary page for the deceased and then share the post link or URL with other people within their circle. The well-wishers and the acquaintances of the one bygone also pour in their comments in the comment section to show their respect towards the departed soul and sympathy for the survivors. With the help of Obituarytoday you can also create a similar page for the deceased and share its link within your circle. 

To know more about such posts, visit the website where you will find all the details. You can also drop a mail with your queries or connect with the customer care team. 

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