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Sita

[ see-tah ]
/ ˈsi tɑ /
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noun

(in the Ramayana) the wife of Ramachandra, abducted by Ravana and later rescued.

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Sita
/ (ˈsiːtaː) /

noun

Hinduism goddess consort of the god Vishnu in the incarnation of Rama
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