Whole families participating in Easter Mouse, a newlywed honeymoon man, a mother and daughter enjoying breakfast on the Christian holy day – these are the victims of the devastating bombers who scolded churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday .  Scores of children, many of them from the same family, were among the 359 people killed when the coordinated assault hit a church and three hotels in Sri Lanka's capital, Colombo, and a church each in the beach town of Negombo just north of the capital and in Batticaloa on the east coast.
Most of the victims were worshipers from the Sri Lankan Christian minority.
Lots of foreign tourists, many who visited the country during the holiday season, were also killed
Here's what we know about some of them killed in Blasts, listed by nationality and place:
St. Sebastian's Church, Negombo
Rangana Fernando, his wife Danadiri Kuruppuachchi and all their children were killed in the attack in Negombo. The couple's daughters, Biola and Leona, were six and four, respectively, while their son, Seth, was only 1
Anusha Kumari, 43, lost her husband, Dulip Appuhami, her two children, Dulakghi and Vimukthi, as well as her sister-in-law and two nieces in the bombing in St. Sebastian's Church in Negombo.
"You won't believe it, but I had the perfect family," Kumari, whose face was hit by shrapnel from blast, told The Associated Press news agency. "For 24 years of marriage, my husband and I have never argued. All four of us slept in the same room. Now I have lost everything."
|Anusha Kumari holds portraits of his daughter Sajini Venura Dulakshi and son Vimukthi Tharidu Appuhami [Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP]|
Agnes Vnikprodha, 69, and her eight-month-old grandson, Matthew, were both killed.
Sneha Savindi, 12, also died in the Negombo church bombing. Her uncle, Duminda, said that her badly injured body could only be identified by a birthmark on her foot. Stalker's sealed coffin, Savindi's aunt, Lalitha, said, "I would see you as a bride, but now you are in this box."
Negombo resident Herman Peiris lost two sisters and two nieces – one of whom was getting married. He said his sisters Celine and Elizabeth spent most of their time as members involved in St Sebastian, but now people in the community are afraid to go there.
He called for more security and for leaders to take both blame and action. "We villagers, or citizens, we can't do much," Peiris said.
Enosh Silva, 12, was killed in St. Sebastian, who was Dhulodh Anthony, 7, who was buried at the Methodist Cemetery in Negombo. Calista's Fernando and two of his family members also died.
Sri Lankan-born Manik Suriaaratchi and her 10-year-old daughter Alexandria, born in Melbourne, were killed in the attack on St. Sebastian's Church, where they allegedly were permanent participants. Manik's man, Sudesh Column, was outside when the explosion arose and survived. Manik was a senior employee of Marketing Company Omega Global. The family had returned to Sri Lanka several years ago from Australia to take care of Manik's mother.
|Nilanga Anthony, downtown, mourns the death of his seven-year-old nephew Dhulodh Anthony [Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP]|
Jiyasha Sheshani Janz, 12, and her mother Dineesha Geetani de Vaas was also killed, according to the New York Times.
Carpenter Dileep Roshan, 37, left a wife and daughter, his family said. "His wife and daughter won't be able to do much now because he's gone," said his brother, Sanjeevani Roshan. "The real question is: What will happen to their future?"
Tyonne Gulding, 56, was killed with his wife, Gayani Fernando and mother-in-law Mary Anaslyn. The Rickshaw driver and his family were close to the person who believed to have detonated the bomb, a neighbor who was with them and survived, the BBC said.
St. Anthony's Shrine, Colombo
Berlington Joseph Gomez, 33, and his wife, Chandrika Arumugam, 31, attended church at Colombo's St. Anthony's Shrine. As always, they brought their three sons: 9-year-old Bevon, 6-year-old Clavon and baby Avon, just 11 months old.
Berlington's father Joseph Gomez told AP: "All families are the whole generation, are lost."
|Joseph Gomez lost his son, daughter-in-law and their three children [Eranga Jayawardena/AP]|
Subramani Christopher participated in the mass with his wife and infant son. The 28-year-old driver had only been married for 11 months. He was killed, the BBC reported, but his wife and children survived.
Ravindran Fernando, 61, was a restaurant employee who worked close to St. Anthony & # 39; s.
Mary Otricia Johnson, 47, was a mother of three from Colombo.
K Pirathap, 38, was killed with his wife Anashdi, 35, and their two daughters Antinaa, 7 and Abriyaana 1. Pirathap, a rickshaw driver had bought a new vehicle, the New York Times reported, and the family were in lots on Sunday.
Protestant Zion Church, Batticaloa
Pastor Ganesh Thirukumaran lost his teenage son Thirukumaran Shalom Malshya during the bombing at the Protestant Zion Church in Batticaloa. The pastor told Al Jazeera that he had welcomed the suspect's attacker to the church.
Sharon Santhakumar, 12, and his younger sister, Sarah, were buried next to each other the day they were killed, the BBC reported.
Ramesh Raju's family told the BBC that the 40-year-old building contractor's actions helped save lives. The father of two stopped a man with a backpack from entering the church, which helped prevent more losses.
The civilian chef sister Shantha Mayadunne was pictured eating breakfast in the Shangri-La hotel just minutes before a bomb broke from the hotel restaurant. Her daughter Nisanga sent the picture on Facebook shortly before the blast on Sunday with the photo "Easter breakfast with the family".
A family member sent a tribute to Facebook and said that Shantha and her daughter were both killed.
"No words can describe the pain. They were the dearest family anyone could ask for, and I will always be grateful to have them in my life," Manik Mayadunne wrote.
Cinnamon Grand, Colombo
Four civilian employees at Cinnamon Grand Hotel died in the attacks. They were MHM Ibrahim, 23, MNM Nisthar, 21, BADN Shanta, 50, GMD Sanjeewani, 35.
Arshad Yaheya, the fourth cinnamon child worker, enjoys a free stay at the hotel to celebrate his 36th birthday when a bomb demolished through the restaurant where he and his family had breakfast. Arshad was killed while his wife and two daughters were injured, his relative Tuan Yoonus told Al Jazeera.
Zayan Chowdhury, the eight-year-old grandson of the leader of Bangladesh's ruling Awami League, Sheikh Fazlul Karim Selim, was killed. His body was flown to Dhaka and buried there.
|Bangladeshis offer funeral prayer to Awami League leader's grandson in Dhaka [AFP]|
Anita Nicholson, 42, a Singapore-based lawyer for the mining company Anglo-American, died with his 14-year-old son Alex and the 11-year-old daughter Annabel in Shangri-La Hotel-blast.
Her husband Ben Nicholson was the only family member to survive the attack.
"All three died instantly and without pain or suffering," he said in a statement published by the British Foreign Ministry. "I am deeply concerned about the loss of my wife and children. Anita was a wonderful, perfect wife and a brilliant loving and inspiring mother of our two wonderful children."
London teenagers Daniel Linsey, 19, and his younger sister Amelie, 15, were also killed at the Shangri-La hotel on the last day of their vacation, according to relatives' media reports. Their father Matthew Linsey survived and described The Times, desperately trying to revive his unconscious son after the attack.
"You can't describe how bad it was," he told the newspaper. "People screamed, I was with my children, I couldn't tell if they were okay, it was dark."
Retired Manchester fireman Billy Harrop and his wife Sally Bradley, a clinical service director, both died in the Cinnamon Grand Hotel bombing. The couple had lived in Australia since 2013, but had to go back to Britain.
British IT director Lorraine Campbell, 55, also died in the cannabis Grand Hotel bombing shortly after arriving in Sri Lanka on a business trip.
I've lost my best friend in the world for all the adventures we shared and planned for the future, "Neil Evans said in a family statement.
Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen lost three of his four children on Easter day attack. Povlsen, his wife Anne and their four children were in Sri Lanka on vacation at the time of the attacks.
The eleven-year-old Kieran Shafritz de Zoysa was killed at a breakfast buffet at a hotel in the Sri Lankan capital while he was on vacation with his mother, who suffered minor injuries in the explosion. "We should know what the world lost what they took from the world," his father Alex Arrow ABC News told. make it his 12th birthday. "
Dieter Kowalski, who lived in Denver and worked for the international training company Pearson, died in the explosion shortly after arriving at his hotel for a business trip, the company and his family told e AP.
Ahmed Zain Jaafari and Hani Maged Othman, crew members of Saudi Arabian airlines, were killed in the Sri Lanka bombings.
"Everybody has a long duration supporting the airline," Saudia said in a statement. "We all care for Ahmed and Hani, who are our brothers forever, and our hearts are full of pain for the indescribable loss that their families face."
Rui Lucas, 31, was killed at Kingsbury Hotel on honeymoon with his wife, who escaped the unmanned. The amateur football player and the electric engineering family were "in shock," his brother Hugo Lucas Cofina Media told. His wife returned to Portugal on Monday, Cofina reported.