Cremation is a very ancient practice that has been used in the same way for about a thousand years in Asia, especially in India.

For many cultures, fire is considered to be a method of purification, and cremation marks the deceased's journey to another world, preventing them from returning among the living.

Contrary to popular belief, cremation does not reduce the body to ashes. The remains are brittle bone fragments that are later broken down to form a cinder.

Depending on the uses or the will of the deceased, they are kept in urns, buried or scattered.

Agenzia Funebre Dettori carries out a corpse cremation service for the whole of Sardinia and especially the province of Olbia Tempio.

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