TODAY’S PATENT-WORSHIPPING SYSTEM
The WORSHIPPING SYSTEM was invented by George Yamagata (Hatazawa Minami, Kisarazu-shi, Chiba-Ken) on the 26th of April, 1988, bearing patent number US4739595A.
This current invention presents the worshipping room used for the religious services; this invention can offer the religious services that are adapted to the desired sect in Buddism at a particular space in a building, where several cinerary urns are stored in a provided place. This invention is mainly installed in a building that is containing a room in which gathering many cinerary urns known as cinerary urns storing place. Worshipping room visitors came to worship and pray the departed souls of their family members. The room has an altered panel for the display section, therefore display shows the deceased photo, information about the deceased, their family data, along with the recording tape in that deceased voice recorded, any video at the time of being alive, etc. In a room there are various visible bodies are allotted from the back corners of the room to the altar. This invention’s motive is to provide the worshipping of a deceased person, so their upcoming generation came to worship and feel the spirit of a deceased person.