[ see-tah ]
/ ˈsi tɑ /
(in the Ramayana) the wife of Ramachandra, abducted by Ravana and later rescued.
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Words nearby Sita
, sit at one's feet
, sit back
, sit bolt upright
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How to use Sita in a sentence
Sita-Rama belongs to the category of mythological dramas, something like the tragedies of Aeschylus.
The airy chariot, on which the wicked king Ravana was carrying Sita away, paused in the air.
The Sita haur, or Jarawya (gold necklace) afterwards attracts their attention, and they roughly estimate its price at Rupees 350.
Then Sita hid herself, and her face was like to a lotus bloom among lotus blooms.
British Dictionary definitions for Sita
Hinduism goddess consort of the god Vishnu in the incarnation of Rama
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