Cremation remains a viable option for a lot of people as a last wish before they pass on. It’s a history-long practice that has both cultural and religious roots in many countries across the world. However, choosing to cremate your body has its rules and code of conduct as stipulated by the administrators.
Some of those rules are flexible, allowing for the personal preferences of the deceased’s family. One issue that makes the rounds is: do you have clothes on when you’re cremated? In this article, we’ll answer that query in more detail.