Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Relatives arrive at the graveyard to pay their tribute to the loved ones

Mulliyawalai Martyr's graveyard

A sister lights the incense sticks in front of her late elder brother, who was a black tiger

Black Tiger Mithubalan's grave

A female lighting incense sticks to her loved one

"Why did you leave us?"

"When are we going to see you in person again?"

A coconut plant was left next to each grave for the relatives to take with them, as a memory of their loved ones

"You could not just leave for five minutes, how could you leave me for five years?"

Food and flower offerings by relatives

Food and fruits offering by relatives

Wailing, in the hot sun

"Why didn't you tell me that you are leaving me forever?"

A father, who lost his daughter sits next her grave

Kids paying tribute

The relatives paying tribute their loved one in the hot sun

"Please come back to me,I can't live without you"

A grave with flowers

"You made us to do funeral rituals to you at a very young age"

A female cadre checks out the wellbeing of her friend, who met each other after a long time.

Mulliyawalai martyr's graveyard has 2,575 graves. It has 1,670 tombs and 905 memorial stones.This is the second biggest martyr's graveyard