Photographer: MOHAMMED THANSEER CK
Title: Flaming distances ,not sorrows
Location: KOZHIKODE
Period: 06/2021 - 06/2021
Category: Spot News

The COVID-19 pandemic, also known as the coronavirus pandemic, is an ongoing global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). the outbreak engulfed the entire world. In India covid almost conquered one third of the total population. over 5 lakh people died during the second wave.

The dead bodies buried in the banks of Gangs and many pyres burned at a time in the capital city, Delhi, Bengaluru etc. The fear and agony almost every where during the peak og the second wave. kerala India's southern state wich is known for literacy and health also bent before the pandemic. During the second wave as many as 40,132 died in kerala and shortage of oxygen reported many of the so called hospitals in kerala and many cities of India.

Due to the fear pandemic the body of a Christian woman who died of covid was cremated at West hill crematorium and the relatives carries the ashes to the CSI church Cemetery for burial in Kozhikode, India during the covid second wave.



When the body of the Christian woman who died in the second wave of Covid was brought to the Kozhikode Crematorium for burial

Covid health worker photographing the body of a Christian woman who died in the second wave to show relatives

Cremates the body of a Christian woman who died in the second wave according to Hindu custom

Crematorium worker collects ashes after cremating the body of a Christian woman who died in the second wave of Covid

Cremates the body of a Christian woman who died in the second wave of Covid and then transfers the ashes to a coffin for burial according to Christian rites

The body of a Christian woman who died in the Second wave of Covid is buried in a Crematorium and the ashes are collected and transferred to a coffin

After cremating the body of a Christian woman who died in the second wave of Covid the ashes are handed over to the son of the deceased to be buried according to Christian rites

The body of a Christian woman who died in the second wave of COVID is buried in the cemetery and then taken by car to the CSI church for burial according to Christian rites

Incineration of Covid patients in India

The body of a Christian woman who died of Covid was cremated at West hill crematorium and the relatives carries the ashes to the CSI church Cemetery for burial