The attributes of a chaste woman are as under: She is sad in the pains of her husband, she is happy in happiness of her husband. She lives a dull and unglamorous life while her husband is away from her. She sacrifices her body in fire and becomes a Sati an death of her husband. The chaste woman with these attributes attains respect like great woman Arundhati. Here, the suggestion of becoming a Sati is only for those women who are not desirous of moksha and are not capable to live a life of celibacy and are desirous of the pleasures of heaven. If they are not acting in the like manner, they would indulge in debauchery etc evil acts and will draw her generations in the hellish pains of the hell. Great saint Garga Muni has said, 'The woman, who after the death of her husband, lives a free life would be consigned to hell with her three generations. Therefore, the woman who can not live a life of a celibate, would be a fit case for becoming a Sati. Moreover Manu Maharaj has said, 'A saintly woman either should have to live a life of a celibate or should become a Sati after her husband.' Brahmvaivarta Purana says: There is no path for a woman in Kaliyuga for attaining her ultimate destination except the path of becoming a Sati after her husband. For this, Nirnaya Sindhu provides a scholastic treatise: This is only for those woman who are not capable of maintaining celibacy in their everyday life. Mitakshara treatise of Acharadhyaya says: Those women who have no desires of Moksha and are desirous of tempting pleasures of heaven, should become Sati after their husband. 'The heavenly pleasures are very much available in the state of absolute celibacy as per Kashikhanda of Nirnaya Sindhu. The woman practicing widowhood after the death of her husband, gets her husband again and enjoys heavenly pleasure with her husband. Mitakshara may be referred for more details on this topic.