Gone are the days of mourning and devolution; Here are the post-mortem ceremonies

Gone are the days of mourning and devolution; Here are the post-mortem ceremonies
Gone are the days of mourning and devolution; Here are the post-mortem ceremonies

The next ten days will be one of mourning and transition for Britain. The British people are watching the death ceremony of Queen Elizabeth and the accession of King Charles III with great attention.

The British Queen left this world last night. The Queen’s body lies at Balmoral Palace. The nation will observe a minute’s silence today, the first day of the ten-day mourning period. Acharivedi will ring in Hyde Park and Tower Hill. King Charles will meet the British Prime Minister. The statement to the nation will be recorded. Later it will be telecasted. Will see the Earl Marshall and sign off on funeral arrangements.

Saturday, the second day;

Queen Elizabeth’s body will be taken by road from Balmore to Holy Road. The meeting will also include the Archbishop of Canterbury, who will be part of an Accession Council made up of members of King Charles’ Privy Council, current and former senior leaders of government. Here the oath and a short speech will be administered. 41 ceremonial gunshots will be fired at Hyde Park and 62 at the Tower of London.

On the third day;

A special prayer service for the Queen will be held at St Giles’ Cathedral in Edinburgh. Members of the royal family will attend. King Charles will meet Scotland’s first ministers. There, 21 ceremonial gunshots will be fired for him.

On the fourth day;

Queen Elizabeth’s body will be taken from St Giles Cathedral to London. The journey is by train at night. On that day, King Charles and his wife will read messages of condolence at Westminster Hall.

the fifth day;

After arriving in London, the Queen’s body will be taken to Buckingham Palace. The British people can pay their respects to the Queen there. On that day, King Charles’ visit will be in Belfast.

On the sixth day;

Queen Elizabeth’s body will be taken from Buckingham Palace to Westminster. The royal standard and crown may have been placed outside the coffin. Prince William, Harry and other royals followed behind King Charles in this very slow procession. And there will be a military parade. The body will lie in state after a prayer service at Westminster Hall

the seventh day;

On the seventh day, world leaders come to pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth. Various world leaders will arrive at Westminster Hall. On that day, King Charles will hold a special meeting with members of the royal family at Buckingham Palace

Eighth day;

King Charles meets the Prime Minister

The ninth day;

An official departure will be given at Westminster Abbey. Royal family members and world leaders will attend the event. A mile and a half long mourning procession followed the ceremony. It will move past Buckingham Palace to Wellington Arch and the final resting place at Windsor. Before that, the Last Post and the National Anthem will be sung.

The article is in Malayalam

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