Goddess Sita is believed to be an incarnation
of goddess Lakshmi, the consort of Lord Vishnu. According to the Rig Veda, Sita
was the wife of lord Rama (the seventh avatar of lord Vishnu). Goddess Sita was
the daughter of Bhumidevi and adopted by the king of Mithila Janaka. The
mythology is as; Sita was discovered in a groove of ploughed field by King
Janaka. In later she got married to Ayodhya prince Rama. Goddess Sita is
measured as the ideal daughter, ideal wife, and ideal mother, according to the
ages. Goddess Sita is well remembering for her virtues and attributes. Goddess
Sita is powerfully highlight the feminine power that was attractive apparent
through her every action, reaction in her long and difficult life. She is always
seen as a sign of power by each female.
According to the religious mythology, in the epic 'Ramayan', Goddess Sita is one
of the main characters who became the cause for release earth from the demon
king Ravana. Goddess Sita is known by many names Such as Janaki, Mythili or
Maithili, Ramaa and Vaidehi. Goddess Sita was the ideal daughter to her parents,
ideal wife to her husband and an ideal mother to her children. Goddess Sita was
passes 'Agni-Pariksha', this test is of going through fire which could easily
burn any human. The heavenly goddess simply passes the agni-pariksha and proved
her innocent to all nearby around her. Goddess Sita took shelter in Rishi
Valmiki's Ashram and there she gave birth to twin brothers Luv and Kusha.
Goddess Sita is worshipped all over India in immeasurable Hindu shrines,
together with the idols of Lord Rama, Lakshman and Hanuman.