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The Tradition of Sati Through the Centuries

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers by Dr. (Mrs.) Jyotsna Kamat

First Online: June 12, 2003
Page Last Updated: January 11, 2018

We encountered a flurry of questions after Kuttu Bai, a 65 year widow committed Sati suicide in India on 5th of August 2002. The following is a summary of the most frequently asked questions.

 

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The Suti Tradition
The Sati System

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Woman Commits Suicide on Funeral PyreMemorials Erected for Women Who Committed SatiDecorated Sati from a Hero-stone (Mahasati Stone)Bridal Makeup of a Woman Commiting Suicide
Sitas Trial by FireA Woman Goes SatiWoman being Paraded before SuicideA Memorial for a Brave Lady
Memorial to a Mahasati Hero-Stone Depicting Fierce BattleDecorated Idols of SatisA Mahasati Sculpture

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