When someone is no more, this is usually notified through a Death Announcement or as a Sad Demise in an obituary ad. Besides the person’s particulars, such an ad will inform of the funeral details as well as post-funeral ceremonies like Chautha, Uthala, Marka, Bhog, Month’s Mind or any other function according to the family’s culture. Others can add their tributes through separate Condolence ads, while, on significant dates, the family may place birth anniversary and death anniversary Remembrance ads to share the occasion with others to commemorate the departed person. Such ads can be placed in the most appropriate newspaper.
In India’s commercial capital, Mumbai, these newspapers include:
The Times of India, Hindustan Times, Navbharat Times, Maharashtra Times, Mumbai Samachar, Mumbai Chaufer, Sakal, Mirror, Yashobhumi, Punyanagari, Navakal, Business Line and Sandesh among others.
They carry obituary ads in the following formats:
• Obituary Classified Text Advertisement: These are simple run-on-line (ROL) text ads that are charged by the word/line.
• Obituary Classified Display Advertisement: These ads allow enhancements though colours, visuals and logos and are charged by the sq. cm.
• Obituary Display Advertisement: These ads have no restrictions about colour, size or page and are also charged by the sq. cm.
From anywhere in India, the fastest and smoothest way to place death announcement ads in Mumbai newspaper is through Myadvtcorner, the online facility of an INS-accredited ad agency. It offers free services like Mumbai obituary ad rates, which vary according to the edition, places obituary classified advertisements in Mumbai’s leading newspapers and books obituary classified ad booking in Mumbai as well as obituary ads in Mumbai.
So, depend on this instant online facility at your fingertips when booking death notice classified ads in Mumbai.