Funeral Invitation Card Maker

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Funeral Invitation Card in Hindi Death Invitation Card Rasam Pagri Card Prayer Meeting Invitation Death Ceremony Invitation Tervi Invitation Shok Sandesh Template Bhog Invitation Card Antim Ardas Card English Pedda Karma Invitation Memorial Service Invitation Celebrating Life Invitation burial invitation card 11 Day Death Ceremony Invitation Vaikunta Samaradhane Invitation Funeral Announcement Cards funeral invite template funeral invitation

How to Make Death Ceremony Invitation Card

Using our online tool is very fairly simple, just click on an element that you want to change.

  1. Step1: Add the Name of demised person, you can do this by clicking on the default name "James Smith".
  2. Step2: Upload a picture of demised person. Photo guidelines: 330×360 pixels.
  3. Step3: Similarly Add time, place and contact details.
  4. You can change default text colour which is black to any colour you want.
  5. Next Click on "Get Final Image" button, review the details and if everything appreas correctly, you can download the high quality image, by clicking on download button.

What Invitation Cards Can be Made using this Invitation Maker

  1. Death Invitation Card: In moments of grief and sorrow, a death invitation card is the first formal way to announce the news of the passing of loved ones, the card must not be too glittery and have a clear font. The card must include a descriptive name, picture of the deceased, place and date of death, location of cremation, and funeral preceding.
  2. Rasam Pagri Card: The ritual signifies the process of passing on the roles and responsibilities of the demised to his family members. Rasam Pagri Card is sent to family members, friends, and relatives to let them know the details of the location, date, and participate in the ritual.
  3. Prayer Meeting Invitation: The card is a way to spread the message to the known ones to gather and provide their condolences for the demise, and support to the family members.
  4. Death Ceremony Invitation: Death ceremonies vary from culture and religion, in a death ceremony card one should convey the message properly, the purpose of the gathering if any, the Name, the date of demised, and other essential details.
  5. Tervi Invitation: A ceremony that holds utmost importance in the Hindu religion, it is believed that a soul departs the body on this day. Tervi is celebrated on the 13th day after a person is demised, Invitation card is sent to knowns to attend and give their condolences to the demised.
  6. Shok Sandesh Template: Shok Sandesh Invite Card announces the name of the demised, it is sent to all the family members, friends, relatives, and other known persons, The card includes the name and picture of the demised, further invitation to attend the rituals and proceedings of the funeral.
  7. Bhog Invitation Card: The invitation is sent to all the known ones of the demised, to let close ones know about the place and timing of the communal meal. The Bhog Invitation Card must include details of the place, date, and time of the Bhog.
  8. Antim Ardas Card: Antim Ardas Ceremony is a Final Prayer in Sikh tradition, to offer a final prayer to the departed soul. The card is a means to invite all the known ones to attend the Antim Ardas Ceremony, the card respectfully invites attendees to pay final respects to the departed soul.
  9. Pedda Karma Invitation: The Pedda Karma ceremony is a ritual of some South Indian communities, like the Antim Ardas ceremony in sikh. The card is written respectfully to invite known ones to attend the ceremony, to honor the deceased, and to seek blessing.
  10. Memorial Service Invitation.
  11. Celebrating Life Invitation
  12. Burial invitation card.
  13. 11-Day Death Ceremony Invitation: observed in many cultures, the 11-day death ceremony is a ritual in the mourning process, the card serves as a gentle reminder to the close ones to continue to offer their blessings.
  14. Vaikunta Samaradhane Invitation: Vaikunta Samaradhane is a Hindu tradition, to honor the departed soul. It is believed by doing such practice the demised will elevate from the process of birth and rebirth. Vaikunta Samaradhane Invitation card is sent to people to invite close ones to join in prayers and rituals. The ritual guides the soul towards eternal peace.
  15. Funeral Announcement Cards
  16. Barsi (Punyatithi) Shradh Invitation Card