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Book Obituary / Death Notice Ads in English Newspapers Online

Wherever you are, book your Obituary ad in English newspapers anywhere in India through such newspapers as The Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, The Telegraph, Deccan Chronicle, Deccan Herald, The Indian Express and The Economic Times among others instantly online through obituary.com. 

Through obituary.com you can book online Death Announcement Ad, antim ardas ads, Bhog Ceremony, Marka, Tehravi, Shradhanjali, Prayer Meeting, Punyatithi, Daswa also Remembrance, Death Anniversary, Condolence, Baithak etc., 

For booking the Obituary Ad in the desired newspaper, just provide us with the following:

  • Death certificate
  • Complete details of the deceased.
  • A photograph of the deceased.
  • Size of the advertisement that you wish to release.
  • Date of release of the advertisement

Like all classified advertisements, obituary ads in newspaper are charged by the number of words, lines and characters and the total space. Hence, do maintain a balance to ensure you write the right words to express the right emotions while taking up the right space. 

Newspaper obituary ads are of three kinds: 1) the cheapest are classified text or Run-On-Line; 2) costlier are classified display (CD) ads which allow visuals but are also printed in the classified columns of a newspaper; and 3) the costliest display ads which have no restrictions of size, colour, page and even position in a page.