^For the Eastern Orthodox, as I understand it, cremation is not absolutely forbidden (like a dogmatic ruling), but more like forbidden unless there are exceptional circumstances. I think in Japan the government requires people to be cremated, for example, including Orthodox Christians.
Yes, and it seems that if the government requires it, then the church doesn't have a problem with it. What the EO church has a problem with is a willful decision to be cremated instead of buried, especially if done to express disbelief in the bodily resurrection.
That being said, most Indian Orthodox are OO not EO, and I'm not sure what their
church's position on this matter is.