Me-you will have a very simple routine for the next few hours after death. Be it today, be it tomorrow - death is certain for all. Let's say one of us died in the morning. Family, children, siblings and close relatives of that group will mourn and cry.
Distant relatives will also come after hearing the news, two-four-five close friends and maybe a few colleagues will come. Bath will be performed, shroud will be worn, perfume will be given. If there is a death in the morning, the body will be taken to the mosque of the district-mahalla by Zohar or Asr, and funeral will be held. Then the body will be taken to the cemetery and buried.
Perhaps the bodies of some will be taken to the mausoleum or village home. Burial after funeral there again. In most cases, relatives, close friends and colleagues will return to their homes by nightfall. In the discussion among yourselves, say two or four good things about the deceased. You might say, oh my, the good man is gone so soon.
There may be some variation in this process depending on religion and people. But it's also true, for at least 90 percent of people, this is the routine process.
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