Sati Name Meaning & Origin

Sati

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I was named after the eponymous character in Christopher Pike's book "Sati". It was about a girl who thought she was God, so in high school my name was treated with a mixture of scorn and awe. Teenagers couldn't decide whether it was stupid or really cool.

I went to a college in a predominantly Asian (Indian / Pakistani / Bangladeshi) part of London, and Asian - especially Hindu - friends were uncomfortable saying my name. They all gave me nicknames. I don't know if they thought it was sacrilegious (Sati was a Hindu goddess) or just "not done". Nobody was ever mean about it, but they reacted much the same way that English and American people do when they meet Spanish or Hispanic boys named Jesus.

Nobody can EVER pronounce it. Usually people think it's Sadie.

Ex-boyfriends call me Satan a lot. I don't know if it's the name, or a reflection on my personality.

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Satiana

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In Hindu mythology, Sati (also called Gauri or Dakshayani) was the first wife of the god Shiva. When her father insulted her husband, she was overcome with sorrow and shame, and immolated herself, after which she was reborn as Parvati and reunited with Shiva.

In the early 1990s, Christopher Pike wrote a book called "Sati". The Sati in the book was a mysterious girl who believed she was God.

Meanings: True; Faithful; Mindfulness; Existence.

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- Sati Kazanova, Russian singer, model and actress.
- Sati (Satyana) Hannigan-Denisof, daughter of Alyson Hannigan and Alexis Denisof.

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Books:

Sati - A novel by Christopher Pike. First published 1990.

Films:

The Matrix Revolutions - Features a minor character named Sati. She is an exile that was created for no purpose by Rama-Kandra and Kamala, who then made a deal with the Merovingian to allow her to enter the Matrix and escape her inevitable deletion. She appears as a little girl that Neo meets at the Mobil Avenue train station.

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