Sunday, March 8, 2020



New Releases

1. Sivanin Satí Puranam (Tamil) - Download
1.a) Shiva's Sati (Epic)
English Translation - Download
2.  Download Mangalasasanam on Arulmigu Maruntheeswarar, Thirukachoor by Pulavar Satí.
3.  Mangalasasana Malai -Download is the only backup blog. Please don't entertain other blogs in the author's name.

Click here to read Satí's message on the August-11 miracle.

"Lord Shiva is the most Supreme and the beginning and end of all creation but He has no beginning or end. The Holy Linga is the Fire Rod, which is Lord Shiva Himself, who gives out eight universes from Him and takes them back at the end of every cycle. I regret I wrote Manjari Purana. Also that without enough research and meditation to know the truth. I wrote it without caution or responsibility, which I'm truly sorry about.  Manjari Purana will be destroyed. Please destroy any copies if any of you might possess. Sarvam Shivamayam! Om NamaShivaya!"~ Satí


Addendum to Sivanin Satí Purana's foreword:
After Publication of Shiva Purana, I saw the Lord pleading with someone in a dream asking why they are doing this and asked them to let Him live with His wife (denoting me). Nandin who had been asking for garlands and flowers from me through others finally tried to misbehave with me around 5:45 a.m. in a dream in which I cursed him and did not succumb after which he tried to kill me when the Lord woke me through my mom and saved me. I believe he has a part in Satí's murder or suicide.  I've asked Lord Shiva to kill Nandin and all others against my union with the Lord and take me. Please don't increase the power of Nandin against Shiva by your prayers and sacrifices to him. Nandin is trying to take Shiva's place.
- Satí Shivam


Pulavar. Satí is the first and second Penpaar Pulavar (Poetess) to have written Sangam Tamil Grand Epics or Perumkaappiyams in the language, namely Potruhil (2012) and Manjari Purana (2018), which was destroyed by the author except for a few copies in Government Offices. The third Perumkaappiyam by Satí was "Shivasya Satí" (2020). Grand Epic is a genre which has only five epics written previously by poets since 5th Century AD before Ms. SatíShe has written the sixth and seventh, namely, "Potruhil," and "Manjari Purana," the first among women.  

Satí pledged to donate her organs after death. You can do the same through


*Legal Name: Satí
Born: September 3, 1984, Villivakkam, TN, India.
Birth Name: Pramila Anthony Mary
Nick Name: Jasmine
Religion: Shaivism, Hinduism. 
Home Town:  Vilar, Thanjavur.
Marital Status: Devoted in Love for Lord Shiva, the Supreme Godhead.
Education:  D. Pharm., M.A. English, B.Ed. 
Services: Animal Rights, Human Rights, Environmentalist.
Talents: Singer, Poet and Author.Hobbies
Script writing, singing, doing physics, etc.
Biological Parents: Conflicted and Protected information.
Mother Tongue:  Tamil
Ethnicity: Tamil Mukkulathor
Languages Well-Versed: Tamil and English
Attire: Generally Sari or Salwar. Her foster father who turned into a Muslim had asked her to wear Burkah for public view until she reconverted to Hinduism from Christianity after tedious research.

Satí's Tattoos

Early Life

When Satí  was a child, she was different from her little friends by means of reasoning and innovative capabilities, and her favorite pastime was daydreaming. She grew up as a confident young girl and her writing started from her school days being inspired by the diverse and beautiful Indian culture as well as for the school activities in both English, the medium of study as well as Tamil, her mother tongue.

She did her BA and MA English studies after and wrote her first published work, a novella, "The Pearl Box and the Seahorse" when she was 21.

She obviously has a great passion for the British Isles, which is evident from her works. She herself made sketches for "The Pearl Box and the Seahorse," that depicts what she had in mind.
Her debut Tamil novel, "Antha Iruvarin Naatkurippugal," written in 2009, was released in 2010.
Satí wrote Potruhil (2012), Tamil's Sixth Great Epic (Perumkaappiyam), the First by a poetess. She is also the second Great epic (Perumkaappiyam) writer by her Manjari Purana (2017).
"Puram Nooru"(2013) a collection of hundred archaic Tamil songs of the Puram genre written by Kothai is about to be published in 2016 along with "Agam Nooru" (2015), both of which she says has many sweet Sangam Tamil songs.
Chellak Kaadhalan is a music album made out of a song from the screenplay script of "Vaazhvin Ellaik Kodugal," a novel by her, which is about to be released as the movie, "Siragugal."
She left her biological parents as an infant.  She left her Foster family recently.  Her  current location is unknown but she continues to write and uses the official name"Satí सती சதீ" for her works.
She's a mysterious person who claims to have come from another world on purpose.  She contacts people through phone mostly and is under surveillance by many governments who want to check her inter-dimensional writing and exposing facts. Her swearing to annihilate the human race is out of compassion for other species that are greatly affected and says it's not an actual ambition.
Her public appearance has been postponed by her biological mother.Kindly check "Satí's Works" tab for details and downloads of her works.
  • Mangalasasana Maalai
  • To Shambhala-The Golden City at the Earth's Core
  • My Brother Satan-Book 3: The Reign of the Morningstar
  • Dream Girl-Horror Novel
  • Potruhil-Perumkaappiyam-third edition-Hindu edition
  • The Mystery of Frideswide (Sequel to "The Pearl Box and the Seahorse)

      Thursday, April 3, 2014


      Click here to navigate to poet Satí's  Contact Form.

      Posts via the above contact form link would reach her directly.

      Image Gallery

      Satí's mom's 60th Birthday

      Satí in a Review in Madras Christian College  2010

      • Satí honored with "PerumPulavar Ka. Namachivaayar" award for Tamizh Thondu by Kavignar Kali. Poongundran of Dravida Kazhagam at Pongal Vizha of Valluvar Mandram at Maraimalai Nagar.

      Satí being a staunch Vaishnavite during early 2016 practising Indian arts

      Click here to view pictures of Book Release on 21/12/2016

      Book releases 2016

      Satí  1988

      Satí in 1994

      Satí in a Review in Madras Christian College  2010

      • Satí's foster parents

      Mrs. S. Philomena and Mr. Alangara Wilson

      Reviews & Trivia

      Click here to Write your Reviews about Kothai's Works.

      Note: The following reviews might contain Satí's (formerly Kothai) Pen names Ann AriEl Wilson and Jannath or her school name Pramila or nickname Jasmine.

      General Trivia 

      -Controversies or Regrets


      Aham Nooru

      Review by Prof. Dr. David Prabakar of Madras Christian College of Aham Nooru, a Sangam Tamil work by Ann AriEl (Kothai), can be found here.

       Antha Iruvarin Naatkurippugal

      Click here to read the review of the Tamil novel, "Antha Iruvarin Naatkurippugal" by "Prof. David Prabakar."
      Madras Christian College, 12-20-2010

      A translation of the transcript of the review of Antha Iruvarin Naatkurippugal by Prof. Abitha:

      Literature must be in a way that people take something from it for their life after reading a piece of art work. Antha Iruvarin Naatkurippugal does this pretty well emphasizing about the importance of good families to make a good society and emphasizes that marriages must be made of true love to achieve the goal of a good society.
      The selection of the title is a catchy one; for, everyone would be curious about the contents of a diary, but the book is not a revelation of two people's diaries as the title might suggest. It is a work of love showing the successful union of three lovers, which is a happy ending, that is not a reality these days, but society has to learn from this.
      The author's depiction of forced marriages in the introduction as, "Forced marriages are vain as it is like trying to dissolve salt in oil." is apt for the subject. It is appreciable about the portrayal of the feelings of love for a man that springs in a woman's heart, which generally lacks in our literary works. I appreciate the author for portraying such feelings in a beautiful way.
      The frequent usage of certain common English terms by the female characters in the novel is not a made up one as that is a reality these days.
      The characters are never angry or disturbed as all of them belong to an upper class society where such things are not much necessary with most aspects of life.

      Caste differences doesn't matter for the characters as they are of a well-to-do lifestyle. The book gives minute details of a high class life all over. I wish the author depicts the differences in the society that remains a hurdle for love marriages in Tamil Nadu in her future works.
      The novel shows how unnecessary deaths occur due to the refusal of love marriages as well as the result of forced marriages, which is a painful reality.
      The state of the corporate world portrayed in which most of the populace are out of touch of what is happening around them is a reality.
      The book has english in most of the places where the language is unavoidable, which is not a mistake, but its much appreciated for the author's efforts to add translations to the respective english passages.
      The truth that lovers prefer the beauty of the usage of the mother tongue to express their feelings of love is touching.
      The scenes where Shivani is scared of caterpillars, cockroaches, etc shows women a bit weak, which is rare in reality. I wish the author shows stronger sides of women in her future works.
      The husband's help of dicing onions is appreciative but there are so many things more for chivalry.
      The passage where a father says, "You look at her as a child, but its me who is troubled about her safety like having fire tied around my belly. She is accursed with beauty..." portrays the state of beautiful womanhood's vulnerability and insecurity in the society.
      Beauty is depicted as a must-have to be loved, but I think this is not true with everyone in reality. I wish the author portrays the love and problems of the middle class and their hurdles in achieving a good marriage in her future works.
      I conclude that the novel is an adorable piece of art as well as a portrait of the carefree lifestyle of the upper classes as well as a model for everyone to follow to make a united happy society.

       Kothai addressing the audience at the review

      The Pearl Box and the Seahorse Reviews

      Lisa C. Hinsley, author of Stolen and one of the best horror writers of UK wrote...

      "The Pearl Box and the Seahorse" is is a sweet little tale. It's nice someone is writing a genuinely heart-warming story, as sometimes, that is exactly what children need." 

      Rev. Cheri Kussavage, Nevada City, California wrote...

      “The Pearl Box and the Seahorse”, by Ann Wilson is a precious gem of a fairytale that would spark joy, imagination, and warmth in anyone’s heart. This story of mystery, magic, hope and success directs the reader into recalling the happier times of childhood when dreams really did seem to come true. “The Pearl Box and the Seahorse”, is not just written for children and young adults, but for the Prince and Princess in all of us.
      The story begins with the heroine, Rosemary, who is the daughter of a wealthy English man, recently remarried. You can imagine Rosemary’s sense of sadness for no longer being the center of attention in her Father’s life. This is a shared experience for all children as they grow to learn they can’t remain babied forever, and they feel a tinge of isolation for the first time. It can happen with a remarriage, when other siblings come along, or as just part of growing up. The reader instantly relates to Rosemary as she experiences this sadness.

      But there’s hope! Good fortune meets destiny when Rosemary discovers the Pearl Box. This beautiful found object is a doorway to endless joy and happiness. Let the fairytale begin!
      Rosemary is given a mission that takes courage and strength. She is no longer a child that needs being cared for. She needs to make her own decisions and stay brave in an unknown world. She now has others to think of. The magic in the world around her has communicated that she is the one to save Frideswide; the Island of Peace.
      She does not have to do this alone. With the help of her family, loved ones, and the beautiful white horse, she succeeds in banishing evil – The Witch of the Dark Woods.
      This delightful story and illustrations continue with the best ending anyone could wish for. When the author, Ms. Wilson, personally says to her readers, “I hope that the Island of Peace will inspire children to create a peaceful future on Planet Earth”, she is leading the way for that very dream to come true.
      “The Pearl Box and the Seahorse” inspires all of us to do good deeds, stay courageous, and keep an eye on the promise of a better tomorrow. I look forward to reading the sequels and sharing these stories with my grandchildren.

      Erling Stoldt, the Author of Wind in my Hair and other page turners wrote...
      If I have to sum up this novella in one word it would be “Beautiful.” The art of creating a fantasy world that children can relate to and hold their attention is not an easy one, and Ann has done it well. It has a theme of love and gentleness that overcomes evil, also something that children relate well to. The anticipation about what will happen next keeps the pages turning, and the love of Rosemary and Ferdinand will especially excite little girls, perhaps more than little boys.
      The little mermaid, being one of my favourites as a small boy, I couldn’t help thinking about The Pearl Box and the Seahorse

      Letha Hadady, one of the nation's leading experts on natural Chinese remedies and author of books on health and beauty and the author of Healthy Beauty: Using Nature's Secrets to Look Great and Feel Terrific and many other useful books wrote...

      "Ann has written and illustrated a sweet, imaginative little book The Pearl Box and the Seahorse. Written as a children's tale or escapist fantasy for adults, it stresses the importance of peace and unity among all creatures. Innocence, beauty, and good intentions are needed now. We can, at least, be thankful they exist."

      Satí's Works

      Upcoming Works by Satí

      1. Siragugal (Movie Scripts: Screenplay and Production Scripts)
      2. Guardians of the Dimensions-Movie Series


      1.  Sivanin Satí Puranam (Tamil) - Download
      1.a) Shiva's Sati (Epic)
      English Translation - Download

      2. Mangalasasanam on Maruntheeswarar - Download
      3. Mangalasasana Maalai-- Download

      • Manjari-Purana was renounced, taken back and destroyed by the author claiming to have been tricked to do it.

        Literary Writings

        1. Click here to download Tamil Poems
        2. The Pearl Box and the Seahorse - Novella - English - 2007 Download  Read more...
        3. Antha Iruvarin Naatkurippugal - Novel - Tamil - 2009  Download (CSP Proof)   Read more...
        4. Saaral - Short Stories - Tamil - 2009     Read more...  /Download CSP Proof
        5. Potruhil - Perumkaappiyam - Sangam Tamil - 2012  Download CSP Proof (Caution: Handle with protection prayers--Destroyed by the Author)
        6. Puram Nooru - Puram Songs - Sangam Tamil - 2013  Download CSP Proof   Read more...
        7. Fables for Life - Fables - English - 2007 & 2013 Download  Read more...
        8. Chellak Kaadhalan - Album - 2013 -Lyrics --Coming soon...
        9. Pengalum Samoogamum-Minor Research-2014  Download CSP Proof  
        10. Agam Nooru-Agam Songs-Sangam Tamil-2015 Download
        11. Guardians of the Dimensions-1 Download
        12. Guardians of the Dimensions-2 Download
        13. My Brother Satan: Book-1: The Princess and the Serpent Download
        14. My Brother Satan: Book-2: The Fire Lord against His Vampire Sister Download
        15. MANJARI PURANA 2017- Perumkaappiyam-Download
        16. POTRUHIL 2012- Perumkaappiyam (Grand Epic) --Download
        17. Mangala Saasanams -- Download
        18. Rudrasya Satí - Perumkaappiyam (Grand Epic) with Sanskrit translation--Coming Soon! 

        General Writings

        How to write a Novel or Novella in 20 days - Article     Read Now!

        Music Album

        Satí wrote, composed, wrote and sang some songs of Chellak Kaadhalan, a music album in 2014, which will be available to the public sooner after Siragugal movie music CD release.