Spreading in the air, by plane or helicopter, are also options that are allowed. The spreading of the ashes of a loved one by air is an affordable option that many choose as demand for cremation grows. Aerial dispersion offers closure to families who are ready to take the final step in the grieving process. For some, the release of ashes into the sky from a helicopter or an airplane is a symbol of man’s desire to be free.
When the ashes are dispersed in a special place, the family observes a permanent image that stays in their memory. This is more permanent if the event is recorded at the time. Some families choose to keep, before scattering the ashes, a small portion of the ashes in a jewel that will carry with them forever. In YATRI all permits are managed, and once processed and granted, they organize the scattering and memorial service, in coordination with the family.
To disperse the ashes in a cemetery, you need a special permit and a record that must be processed. Generally, there are designated areas for burial or ash dispersion.