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Historically, the burial tradition among the Christians in India has remained unexamined. A majority of Christians in India practice burial as a demonstration of their faithfulness to their Christian identity. Burial is considered as Christian and cremation as pagan; the idea of cremation is regarded as betrayal of the Christian identity. However, the Christian burial tradition has discredited Christians from wielding an authentic Indian Christian identity. Burial stands out as an imported ritual in Indian culture.
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