On Tuesday the British Government granted Davender Ghai, a British Hindu, the right to “a good death”—defined as cremation on a funeral pyre open to the sky. As the Telegraph reports:
The ruling will set a precedence allowing thousands of Hindus across the country to be cremated on an open-air pyre, probably within purpose-built crematoria.
There are 770,000 Hindus residents in the UK.
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