A body is exhumed when the deceased’s remains are taken out of the grave and relocated to another location.
Let’s look at some of the most typical justifications for exhuming a body.
- A police inquiry
The body may be removed for additional examination and evidence if there is a police investigation ongoing into the deceased.
Exhumations are sometimes done to do research.
- DNA analysis
In some circumstances, a DNA test on the deceased may be required to establish their identity, parental status, or genealogical ties.
- Family aspirations
These bodies are sometimes exhumed at the family’s request. The body may need to be transported to another state or nation to bury in a particular cemetery or join a family plot.
Not to be forgotten, there have been reports of graves being raided for bodies or for the treasures that are sometimes buried with the deceased.
- Cultural activities
Finally, some societies employ the bodies of loved ones who have passed away in their cultural rituals.
Contact Nirvana Memorial Garden for exhumation services, funeral services, and Ancestral Pedestals.