Seema Devi's remains were found at the site two-days after the ceremony and sent for post mortem, which was conducted by a panel of three doctors, Superintendent of Police (SP) Ratankant Pandey said.
The post mortem report confirmed that Ms Devi died due to suffocation, he said.
The SP said she was apparently mentally unstable and had hid herself inside the bonfire.
No foul play is suspected, he said.
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