We are fully aware that the death is inevitable to every body that comes on this worldly earth. The death is when life ends. We often go for condoling death of our nearest and dearest one knowing well that we may not see their physical body again and will miss them for ever. Many reminisces come one by one just like reel of a movie There are occasion that at times we repent for our unpalatable deeds and later rejoice for our good deeds. It is always advocated to lead a blissful & godly life by carrying out good deeds in our life. It has also been said that the soul never dies and keep on shifting their refuse from one abode to another as per rule of transformation. I don’ know whether it is a reality or consolation to me but certainly, I take it as reality as gospel truth as per “Bhagwat Gita”-holy book where Lord Krishna had explained it in detail to warrior Lord Arjuna in the battle field several thousands years ago. Let us derive lesson from it and be good & do good in our life! When consciousness ceases, a living organism can be said to have died. Signs of death or strong indications that a person is no longer alive are felt when (a) The ceasing of breathing (b) The body no longer metabolizes(c) No pulse is found (d) The paleness which happens in the fifteen minutes to two hours after death (e) The settling of the blood in the lower dependent portion of the body is one of major sign (f) The reduction in body temperature following death. This is generally a steady decline until matching ambient temperature (g) the limbs of the corpse become stiff and difficult to move or manipulate & (h) the decomposition begins as the reduction into simpler forms of matter, accompanied by a strong, unpleasant odor.
Bishwanath Singh :Let us pay our humble obeisance to the lotus feet of Lord Krishna who is our savior and omnipresent and seek His bliss to grant my humble prayers to provide place to my loving mother who is no more with us in heavenly abode