Sita short story | Indian Mythological Story

Sita short story

Sita was the daughter of King Janak of Mithila, whom Rama, who was the eldest prince of Ayodhya, won and married by breaking Swayamvara. Rama was destined to become king after his father, King Dasaratha. But at the behest of Kekai, Dasaratha was forced to send Rama into exile for fourteen years. Sita did not leave her husband’s side and insisted on staying with him. Thus Rama headed to the forest with his younger brother Lakshmana and his wife, Sita.

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Life in the jungle is difficult and dangerous, especially for those who grew up in palaces. However, Sita never longed for the comforts of a palace nor complained about the hardships of the jungle.

When Rama was living in the forest with Lakshmana and his wife Sita, Soopankha expressed her desire to marry Rama, and when Rama refused, she attacked Sita. Because of this, Lakshmana angrily cut off Soopankha’s nose and ears.

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Then the demon king Ravana abducted Sita to avenge his sister’s insult and took her to Lanka. Sita, surrounded by demons, was heavily bullied by Ravana, but she still remained loyal to her husband and refused to marry Ravana.

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Finally, Rama and Lakshmana reached Lanka with an army of Hanuman and other monkeys, and in a fierce battle, they killed Ravana and rescued Sita. Rama tested Sita’s chastity in front of all the monkeys and demons; during this test, Sita had to walk through a burning fire. Even after passing through the fire, Sita came out unharmed. Returning to Ayodhya, Rama became the king of Ayodhya and Sita the queen.

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But the people of Ayodhya started criticizing Rama for bringing Sita back after she was taken away by another man. Rama ordered Lakshmana to leave Sita outside Ayodhya in the forest.

After being separated from Ram, Sita gave birth to two sons, Luv and Kush. After a few years, after handing over her sons to Ram, she entered the earth.

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