Both birth and death are said to complement each other. Just as birth is normal, death is also normal. At the moment of death, a person begins to cry in pain. And his voice becomes silent. Do you know the reason for this? According to Garuda Purana, what makes a person cry at the time of death? Why is a person’s voice silenced at the moment of death…?
Death is accepted with great pain. That’s why people fear death. Death is described as a normal process in religious texts. According to the Bhagavad Gita, death is a process of transformation of the soul. When a person’s body ages, the soul replaces their body through death. People are very afraid of death, the reason behind this is the pains experienced at the time of death. Many people lose their voice at the time of death. The person begins to cry. Many things are said about death in our religious scriptures like Bhagavad Gita, Garuda Purana and Kathopanishad. So, let’s find out why a person’s voice stops at the moment of death, and why the body begins to cry in this article.
He experiences these at the moment of death.
According to the Garuda Purana, when a person dies, a divine vision arises in him. That person begins to see everything around the world and remembers the events of his whole life. In an instant, all life is repeated before the eyes of that person. After that, he sets off on the journey of his new life.
Pain like a scorpion sting
At the time of death, Yamaraja’s emissaries approached the man and immediately took his life. At that moment a person feels the pain of being stung by 100 scorpions. Along with this, a person’s mouth begins to dry inside, and saliva begins to flow out of him. According to the Garuda Purana, the life force of sinners escapes from the lower part of the body.
Yama’s messengers are very scary.
When the last hour of a person comes, two messengers from Yamaraja approach him. According to the Garuda Purana, the Yamadutas are very fearful to look at and have large eyes. The Garuda Purana says that on seeing such an emissary of Yamaraja, the sinner becomes frightened and starts defecating.
A person is tied up and carried away by Yama’s messengers
At the moment of death, a thumb-sized creature emerges from the person’s body. He is captured by Yamaraja’s messenger. Yamaraja’s emissaries capture that soul and travel to Yamaloka. The messengers tie him up and take him away.
a trip to hell
When a person travels to hell after death when exhausted, Yamaraja’s messengers terrify him and explain the misery of hell to that sinner. During this time, the person walks around remembering all his sins. His hearts tremble when he thinks of them.