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Mother of two children stabbed to death bury them in a shared coffin with their favorite teddy bear

A mother whose two children were stabbed to death in the family home buried them in a shared coffin with their favorite teddy bear after having a small funeral due to a coronavirus lock.

Heartbroken Nishanthani Nithiyakumar, known as Nisa, tenderly touched the faces of her young son and daughter before parting this week at a Hindu ceremony in West London.

The 35-year-old left several photos of Nigish, three, and Pavinya, one, taken to their graves when they were babies, because that’s how she wants to remember them, a family member told MailOnline.

Nisa said she wanted to share the pictures of the kids because she wants people to know her suffering, but has no words to express what she feels.

A mother whose two children were stabbed to death in the family home buried them in a shared coffin with their favorite teddy bear after having a small funeral due to coronavirus locking

A mother whose two children were stabbed to death in the family home buried them in a shared coffin with their favorite teddy bear after having a small funeral due to coronavirus locking

Only 10 close friends and family members were able to support Nisa through the moving religious service followed by a short funeral ceremony at Greenford Park Cemetery, West London

Only 10 close friends and family members were able to support Nisa through the moving religious service followed by a short funeral ceremony at Greenford Park Cemetery, West London

Only 10 close friends and family members were able to support Nisa through the moving religious service followed by a short funeral ceremony at Greenford Park Cemetery, West London

Heartbroken Nishanthani Nithiyakumar, known as Nisa, tenderly touched the faces of her young son and daughter (pictured) before parting this week in a Hindu ceremony

Heartbroken Nishanthani Nithiyakumar, known as Nisa, tenderly touched the faces of her young son and daughter (pictured) before parting this week in a Hindu ceremony

Heartbroken Nishanthani Nithiyakumar, known as Nisa, tenderly touched the faces of her young son and daughter (pictured) before parting this week in a Hindu ceremony

The 35-year-old left several photos of Nigish, three, and Pavinya, one, at their grave, taken when they were babies because this is how she wants to remember them, a family member told MailOnline

The 35-year-old left several photos of Nigish, three, and Pavinya, one, at their grave, taken when they were babies because this is how she wants to remember them, a family member told MailOnline

The 35-year-old left several photos of Nigish, three, and Pavinya, one, at their grave, taken when they were babies because this is how she wants to remember them, a family member told MailOnline

Nisa (pictured with her husband and the two children) said she wanted to share photos of her tribute to the children because she wants people to know her suffering, but she has no words to express how she feels

Nisa (pictured with her husband and the two children) said she wanted to share photos of her tribute to the kids because she wants people to know her suffering but has no words to express how she feels

Nisa (pictured with her husband and the two children) said she wanted to share photos of her tribute to the kids because she wants people to know her suffering but has no words to express how she feels

The tragic brothers and sisters died on Sunday, April 26 after receiving knife wounds at their home in Ilford, East London.

Only 10 close friends and family members were able to support their distraught mother through the moving religious service followed by a short funeral ceremony at Greenford Park Cemetery, West London.

As she kissed her children, who were dressed in neat outfits, Nisa said, “Don’t worry, daughter, your brother will be guiding you now. Take care of each other. ‘

Among those who supported her was Gopala Krishnan, the children’s uncle.

“It was a very sad day,” he told MailOnline. “We are devastated by what happened and are still trying to deal with it. None of this makes sense.

“Nisa and the rest of the family wanted to share these photos so that you know about our grief and our deep pain, because there are no words that can explain how we feel.”

Another mourner who also attended the funeral said: “This was such a heartbreaking time. Everyone felt for Nisa and will be taken care of by her family.

“The police investigating their deaths came to pay their respects and were brilliant, but nothing can return the children. But everyone will help Nisa and give her love. ‘

Since the funeral, relatives visit the grave to pour milk on it and say prayers, traditional Hindu rituals.

As she kissed her children, who were dressed in neat outfits, Nisa said, “Don’t worry, daughter, your brother will be guiding you now. Take care of each other ‘

Since the funeral, relatives visit the grave to pour milk on it and say prayers, which are traditional Hindu rituals

Since the funeral, relatives visit the grave to pour milk on it and say prayers, which are traditional Hindu rituals

Since the funeral, relatives visit the grave to pour milk on it and say prayers, which are traditional Hindu rituals

Among those who supported her was Gopala Krishnan, the children’s uncle. “It was a very sad day,” he told MailOnline. “We are devastated by what happened and are still trying to deal with it. None of this makes sense ‘. Shown with Nigish and Nithin

A criminal investigation was opened at Walthamstow Coroner's Court last week and revealed that Pavinya was pronounced dead on site shortly before 6pm, while Nigish died in hospital two hours later

A criminal investigation was opened at Walthamstow Coroner's Court last week and revealed that Pavinya was pronounced dead on site shortly before 6pm, while Nigish died in hospital two hours later

A criminal investigation was opened at Walthamstow Coroner’s Court last week and revealed that Pavinya was pronounced dead on site shortly before 6pm, while Nigish died in hospital two hours later

A judicial investigation opened last week at Walthamstow Coroner’s Court revealed that Pavinya was pronounced dead on the spot shortly before 6pm, while Nigish died in hospital two hours later.

The next judicial hearing was scheduled for November.

:: Nadarajah Nithiyakumar, 40, from Ilford has been charged with murdering the two children.

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