Father's name: Suryadev (First Name)
Son's name: Shani (Middle name)
Caste: Achary (last name/surname)
The name would be - Suryadev Shani Achary. (or) S Shani Achary (or) SS Achary.
These days, people avoid using their caste name. Hence they have their father's name as firstname, and their own name as surname.
With experience, I would recommend the following.
Father's name: Suryadev
Mother's Name: Chayadevi
Son's Name ' Shani
The name would be - Suryadev Chayadevi Shani (SC Shani)
One should have his/her father's and mother's name as initial. Every name should have only two initials. This will be a strong name with strong initials. There cannot be a duplicate SC Shani.
No life without Sun
The same surname will be there to people belonging to different castes. So by knowing the surname we can't say to which caste the person belongs.
Knowledge is power.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
After things have become digital and our system is just following the US system, when filling up certain forms I face the problem. My SSLC book does not have surname. It does not bear First Second and Third names.
But nowadays most forms may ask First name, Middle name, Lat name etc. I am still not clear what why should these be written. As that system is not there (at least till someone needed for going to US or other countries) many people somehow added some names to their names before and after. So now I may be facing lot of problem if I have to visit USA or other similar countries. I think different countries have different interpretations on this.
I have not corrected somemistakes in certain documents because now I cannot furnish proof for them. For example one of the initials of my name stand for the house name where I spent my childhood -my grandfather's house. There is no such house there. Where from can I bring proof for expanding the initials to be recorded in some of my ID proof documents?
Now my son faces the same problem. He is addressed in my name.