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Cremation Is Becoming More Popular in the US. Blog article by Pulvis Art Urns

Cremation Is Becoming More Popular in the US

The annual NFDA Cremation and Burial Report raised the curtain to some interesting data indicating that the cremation practices in the USA are on the rise. In 2020, 57 percent of Americans who passed were cremated, more than double the figure of 25 percent two decades earlier, according to CANA and NFDA.

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Unique memorials around the world - Pulvis Art Urns Blog.

Unique Memorials Around the World

There are hundreds different ways of celebrating the memory of the deceased: from burying the diseased in a cemetery, scattering cremated ashes onto a notable garden or lake, or even perform the Hindus religious traditions.

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Celebrities and cremation - Article in Blog by Pulvis Art Urns

Celebrities Who Chose Cremation

If you are still on the fence about whether or not you favor cremation or burial, check these celebrities whose last wishes were to be cremated. All famous people did choose cremation instead of burial, due to some personal preferences, believes and special reasons.

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How to Transfer Ashes to a Cremation Urn - Blog By Pulvis Art Urns

How to Transfer Ashes to a Cremation Urn

In order to help you, this article provides important information about how to fill an urn with ashes while being respectful of both the person you’ve lost and your own emotional state. Basically there are two options for transferring cremation ashes - leave it to the professionals or do it yourself.

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