The tombstone is a stone that carries the identity information, prayer etc. inscriptions of the buried person and is erected at the head end of the grave. It is not used much among Turkish idioms and proverbs, it is a phrase that is used in public, "one cannot be proud of its tombstone". This phrase is used to mean "one should not be proud of his past ancestors, but his own worth." For heavenly religions, tombstone is traditional at funerals. Generally used for Judaism, Christianity, Bahaism, and Islam. The credentials written on the tombstone change according to the regions. It usually writes name, surname, date of death, symbol of religion, prayer and death date. There are some religious symbols commonly used in Turkey over the graves below.