Sita (Sanskrit) A furrow; Rama's wife, so named because she is fabled to have sprung from a furrow made by King Janaka while plowing the ground to prepare it for a sacrifice instituted by him to obtain progeny. She was considered an avatara of Lakshmi, Vishnu's consort in the heaven-world. In the Ramayana she is exiled with her husband, stolen by Ravana of Lanka, and finally rescued.
Sita (also spelled Sîta, Seeta or Seetha , meaning "furrow") also known as Vaidehi, Janaki, Maithili, is the central female character of the Hindu epic Ramayana and a daughter of King Janak of Janakpur. She is the consort of the Hindu god Rama (avatar of Vishnu) and is an avatar of Lakshmi (Aadi Shakti of Lord Vishnu), goddess of wealth and wife of Vishnu. She is esteemed as a paragon of spousal and feminine virtues for all Hindu women. Sita is known for her dedication, self-sacrifice, courage and purity.
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Sita is the Nepalese Princess of Janakpurdham in Mithila, Nepal, one of the National heroes of Nepal and mainly a wife of Indian Prince Rama in the ancient Hindu epic Ramayana.