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Sita RamSita was a foundling, discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field, and for that reason is regarded as a daughter of Bhudevi, the earth Goddess.

She was found and adopted by Janaka, king of Mithila (modern-day Janakpur, Nepal) and his wife Sunayana. Upon her coming of age, a swayamwara was held to select a suitable husband for her, and she was wed to Rama, prince of Ayodhya, an avatara of Vishnu.
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Some time after the wedding, circumstances forced Rama to leave Ayodhya and spend a period of exile in the forests of Dandaka.
Goddess Sita and her online pujaSita willingly renounced the comforts of the palace and joined her husband in braving the travails of exile, even living in Dandaka forest. However, worse was to come: the forest was the scene for the abduction of Sita by Ravana, King of Lanka, one of her former suitors. Ravana kidnapped Sita, disguising himself as a brahmana mendicant while her husband was away fetching a magnificent golden deer to please her (this deer was actually Ravana's demon uncle, Mareecha, in disguise). Jatayu, the vulture-king, who was a friend of Rama's, tried to protect her, but Ravana chopped off his wings. Jatayu survived long enough to inform Rama of what had happened.

Ravana held Sita captive in his distant island realm. In captivity, Sita not only consistently rejected the many advances of her powerful and royal captor, but also preserved her chastity of mind, never once wavering in her adherence to her husband. She was finally rescued by Rama, who waged a tremendous battle to defeat Ravana and secure the release of Sita. Since Sita was kept in captivity by Ravana all this time, Rama asked her go through the 'Agni-Pariksha', the test of going through the fire, which would prove her chastity.

In Hindu dharma every action has results irrespective of the stature of the person. A school of thought states that Rama questioned Sita on her integrity as a punishment for her questioning the integrity of Lakshmana who had left all his comfort and served Rama and Sita for 14 years. Lakshmana was asked to create the fire despite his protests about needing such a procedure to prove that Sita is innocent.
Sita's exile
During Rama's period of rule, an intemperate washerman, while berating his wayward wife, declared that he was "no pusillanimous Rama who would take his wife back after she had lived in the house of another man". This calumnious statement was reported back to Rama, who knew that the aspersion cast on Sita was entirely baseless. Nevertheless, he felt his position as ruler undermined by the ever-present possibility of slander attaching itself to his hitherto unimpeachable dynasty and personal reign. It was this train of thought that led Rama to remove Sita from his household.

Sita was thus again in exile; she was not only alone this time, but also pregnant. She attempted to commit suicide in the Ganges, but she was rescued by the sage Valmiki. He gave her refuge in his hermitage, where she delivered a son named Lava. Once day Sita left her son with Valmiki, and went to the river bank to fetch water. Valmiki who was in deep dhabas without noticing the return of Sita and picking up her child, created by his ascetic power another baby with Dharba. She finds two sons of the same virtue and hears from the sage what happened there in her absence. She accepted both sons as her own, naming the other Kusha.
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In the hermitage, Sita raised her sons alone, as a single mother . They grew up to be valiant and intelligent, and were eventually united with their father. Once she had witnessed the acceptance of her children by Rama, Sita sought final refuge in the arms of her mother Bhumidevi, the Earth Goddess. Hearing her plea for release from an unjust world and from a life that had rarely been happy, the earth dramatically split open; Bhumidevi appeared and took Sita away to a better world. But this part of Ramayana is disputed, it is said that Rama and Sita lived together happily, ruling their kingdom for 11,000 years ( considered a common lifespan in that age, the Treta Yuga). According to this version, Sita was only sent into a 14-year exile, one year of which she spent in Ravana's kingdom. So it is generally considered that Rama and Sita had a perfectly happy married life with very little disturbance.

This part of the epic has been disputed. Scholars maintain it was written later than the Valmiki Ramayana. Some believe that this part of the story, Lava-Kushakanda, was promoted by the British. Many Hindu organizations today disown Lava-Kushakanda and state that after Rama was crowned king there followed Rama Rajya, when everyone was happy.

Sita also took part in the Hindu ritual of Ashvamedha, as narrated in the Uttara Kanda (book 7). In this narrative, Rama was married to a single wife, Sita, who at the time was not with him, having been excluded from Rama's capital of Ayodhya. She was therefore represented by a statue for the queen's ceremony[citation needed]. Sita was living in Valmiki's forest ashram with her twin children, Lava and Kusha, whose birth was unknown to Rama. In its wanderings, the horse, accompanied by an army and the monkey-king Hanuman, entered the forest and encountered Lava, who ignored the warning written on the horse's headplate not to hinder its progress. He tethered the horse, and with Kusha challenged the army, which was unable to defeat the brothers.

The actions, reactions and instincts manifested by Sita at every juncture in a long and arduous life are deemed exemplary; her story, Sitayanam is one by which every young girl in India is raised to this day. The values that she enshrined and adhered to at every point in the course of a demanding life are the values of womanly virtue held sacred by countless generations of hindus.We offer Goddess Sita Tantric Online Puja Contact Us

The story of Sita's kidnapping and subsequent rescue forms the core of the Indian epic, the Ramayana, confirmed and written by the sage Valmiki in whose hermitage Sita took refuge during her second stint of exile.

A female deity of agricultural fertility by the name Sita was known before Valmiki's Ramayana, but was overshadowed by more well-known goddesses associated with fertility. According to the Ramayana, Sita was discovered in a furrow when Janaka was plowing. Since Janaka was a king, it is likely that plowing was part of a royal ritual to ensure fertility of the land. Sita is considered to be the child of the earth, produced by the union between the king and the land. Sita is a personification of the earth's fertility, abundance, and well-being.

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