Dictionary entry: Sita(Language: English; IPA: sita; Assamese: সীতা)

Meaning 1:Religious-MythologicalHinduism(Proper Noun) Sita is the wife of Rama the principal characters in the Ramayana, Sita was a foundling, discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field, and for that reason is regarded as a daughter of Bhudevi, the Goddess Mother Earth. She was found and adopted by Janaka, king of Mithila.
মিথিলাৰ ৰজা জনকৰ (তোলনীয়া)জীয়েক আৰু ৰামচন্দ্ৰৰ ভাৰ্যা৷ জনক ৰজাই নাঙলৰ সীৰলুত সীতাক লাভ কৰে৷


Related Ideas:
1. Raghuvir Ram Ramachandra অৱধেশ কপিৰথ 2. Janaka জনক মিথিলাৰাজ Jonok 3. Ramayana ৰামায়ণ



Dictionary entry: Sita(Language: Dimasa)

Meaning 1:Religious-MythologicalHinduism(Proper Noun) Sita is the wife of Rama the principal characters in the Ramayana, Sita was a foundling, discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field, and for that reason is regarded as a daughter of Bhudevi, the Goddess Mother Earth. She was found and adopted by Janaka, king of Mithila.
মিথিলাৰ ৰজা জনকৰ (তোলনীয়া)জীয়েক আৰু ৰামচন্দ্ৰৰ ভাৰ্যা৷ জনক ৰজাই নাঙলৰ সীৰলুত সীতাক লাভ কৰে৷


Related Ideas:
1. Raghuvir Ram Ramachandra অৱধেশ কপিৰথ 2. Janaka জনক মিথিলাৰাজ Jonok 3. Ramayana ৰামায়ণ



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