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Goddess Sita: The Wife of Lord Rama

Posted by Art Of Legend India [dot] Com On 4:31 AM
According to the great religious Hindu epic Ramayana, goddess Sita is the wife of lord Rama. In the Treta Yuga she was born as a human to fulfill the rites of a wife as the partner of lord Rama. She is considered an incarnation of goddess Lakshmi, the supreme consort of lord Vishnu. She is one of the principal characters in the Ramayana, who is also one of the most popular goddesses of Hindu religion. She is considered as the ideal daughter, ideal wife, ideal queen and ideal mother since ages. She is known by many names, such as Janaki, Maithili, Ramaa and Vaidehi.

Goddess Sita is a brave woman of extraordinary brilliance. She has got all the values that people believe, a woman must have in her character. Through her great character, she has captured hearts of millions of people. The legend behind the birth of Goddess Sita is divine and supernatural. As per the mythological concept, Sita was discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field by King Janaka, and for that reason is regarded as a daughter of Goddess Mother Earth. She was reared by Janaka, king of Mithila and his wife Sunayana, hence she is also called Janaki. 

She later got married to Rama, the prince of Ayodhya. She is seen as a symbol of power by every female. Her entire life constitutes an example of idealism. She is a perfect example of loyalty and morality, who sacrificed all the amenities, in order to stay in exile with her husband, Rama. During the period of exile, 2 was abducted by Ravana, the demon-king of Lanka. Lord Rama to rescue his wife Sita, fought a great war against Ravana with the help of monkey army. When Ravana was killed and Sita got freed, she proved her sanctity to Lord Rama by giving Agni - Pariksha (Fire Ordeal). She in her mind and physical form remained chaste and completely dedicated to her husband Lord Rama. She cleared the fire ordeal and proved her chastity to all present around her.

Goddess Sita: The Mother of Luva and Kusha


After returning from the exile, Ram and Sita were declared as the king and the queen of Ayodhaya, respectively. Lord Rama loved his wife, but he banished Sita from his household. Sita again found herself in exile, this time she was not only alone but also pregnant. Sita got refuge in the hermitage of sage Valmiki, where she gave birth to twins and named them Luv and Kush. Luv and Kush were brought up in the hermitage by Sita. After giving the responsibility of the sons to their father Rama, goddess Sita refused to return to the kingdom of Ayodhya. She gave up her mortal body to goddess Earth (Bhudevi) to relieve herself of any more hardships she might have to face in human birth. She is worshipped all over India in innumerable Hindu shrines, along with the idols of Lord Rama, Lakshman and Hanuman. All paintings are courtesy of Art of Legend India.
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