The heroine of the great Indian epic, the Ramayana; the lovely and loving wife of Rama. lit. the word signifies 'a furrow,' as she personifies the goddess of agriculture and fruit-culture for she is supposed to have sprung from a furrow and ultimately disappeared into a furrow.
Sita (Sanskrit: à¤¸à¥€à¤¤à¤¾; "SÄ«tÄ", also spelled Seeta) is the wife of Rama, the seventh avatÄra of Vishnu, and is esteemed an exemplar of womanly and wifely virtue. According to Hindu belief, Sita was herself an avatÄra of Lakshmi, Vishnu's eternal consort, who chose to reincarnate herself on Earth as Sita, and endure an arduous life, in order to provide humankind an example of such virtues.
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