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Gujarat: Four Daughter Cremate Widow Mother

| Updated: October 10, 2022 13:40

According to Hindu scriptures in India, when the mother or father dies, the son cremates them, but now the daughters also perform the fire rites of the parents., Kanchan, a widow who currently lives in Botad, died at the age of 78. They have four daughters. Kanchan Dawda, who passed away, had been living in his hometown in Botad for years. He used to get Rs 1250 per month under the PM Pension Scheme, while all the four daughters used to send money as per the need.

When Kanchan passed away, the four daughters shouldered the mother’s dead body and cremated her with all the dying rituals. It is considered a rare thing for daughters to perform fire rites. Kanchan suffered her first heart attack last week following which she was admitted to UN Mehta Hospital. Where he died of a second heart attack on Friday. All the four daughters stood in the service of their mother.

Kanchan has four daughters, Jalpa Rathod, Nita Makwana, Sudha Chudasama and Heena Panchal. All the four daughters performed the last rites after the death of their mother. Two of his four daughters live in Ahmedabad. While one daughter lives in Surendranagar and one in Rajkot. Kanchan’s Ahmedabad-based daughter Hina said, “Our father used to work as a fabrication worker. He did not get much money from this work. Yet he raised all four of us. His father died in 2009. Talking about her mother’s health, Hina Panchal said that she had been suffering from old age problems for a long time.

Hina’s husband, who lives at Maninagar Sadguru Bungalows, who is a social activist, said her mother-in-law had been living in her hometown in Botad for years. He mostly preferred to stay there as his four daughters were attached to their hometown despite being told to stay with him. We used to visit them frequently during festivals. However, his health deteriorated and he was taken to the hospital with his daughter for treatment before leaving Botad.

But these four daughters paid tribute to their mother by performing agnisanskar, fulfilling all the responsibilities of their mother.

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