For the past fourteen days, the body of Buddhist monk Yeshi Puntso was cremated from the Gadyan Buddhist Monastery on Friday according to the custom of Tibetan Buddhism. Yeshi Puntso died fourteen days ago. The biggest reason for not performing the last rites of a Buddhist monk was the belief in the belief that the soul had not yet left the body of his master. Senior Buddhist monks Geshe Lobsang, Changchup Sorbu, Buddhist monks were present during the funeral rites of the monk's body. Senior Buddhist monk Yeshi Puntso died on 9 September at Tibetan Lama Camp 1 in Mundgod. The religious people did not perform the last rites due to the belief that the dead body did not smell bad and there was a soul in the body. Another senior Buddhist monk of the monastery informed that it is customary to perform the last rites of the body only after the foul odor emanates from the body. The foul odor from the body is the proof of the liberation of the soul.