Although there are several customs unique to Jewish funerals, the idea that Jews are buried standing up is inaccurate. The most crucial of these is that the deceased should be buried within 24 hours.
The family of the deceased asks for forgiveness at the start of the customary Jewish funeral service, known as a “levayah,” and attendants shovel dirt over the coffin while saying specific prayers at its conclusion. Jewish law forbids embalming, cremation, and displaying the body, therefore conventional funerals involve burying the deceased in a horizontal coffin. Additionally, while sending funeral flowers is not strictly prohibited, it is traditional not to.