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Si·ta

 (sē′tə, -tä)
n. Hinduism
The wife of Rama, regarded as an ideal of womanhood.

[Sanskrit Sītā, from sītā, furrow (because she was believed to have sprung from a furrow ploughed by her father).]

Sita

(ˈsiːtaː)
n
(Hinduism) Hinduism goddess consort of the god Vishnu in the incarnation of Rama
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The three Padma Shri recipients -- late Sita Devi, Godawari Dutta and Baua Devi -- have dedicated their entire life to Madhubani art.
Unlike Janakai Chaudhary who is not related to any of the ruling communist party leaders, Sita Devi Dahal who is suffering from mysterious medical condition is the wife of Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal of the Nepal Communist Party.
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Adding an ethnic flavour to the designs, the iconic shoe of ' Devibroda' by Louboutin which pays homage to Sita Devi of Baroda has been made with quintessential Sabyasachi embroidery of aciddyed burnt sequins and tea- dyed cotton threads.
Almost immediately, two Kayastha painters, Ganga Devi and Mahasundari Devi, and two Brahmin painters, Sita Devi and Jagadamba Devi, were recognized as extraordinary artists.
The diamond was named in his honour at a Van Cleef & Arpels party in Paris, which the prince attended with his mother Maharani Sita Devi.
When Baroda merged with India, the government deposed Gaekwad and forced him to return some of the most precious items in his family collection but the pearl carpet continued to be in the possession of Sita Devi.
Exhibited in 1902 as a highlight of the Delhi Exhibition displaying the wealth of the maharajas, it was later moved to Monaco with Maharani Sita Devi, who took the carpet along with her jewellery collection when she moved to the Mediterranean.
Exhibited in 1902-3 as a highlight of the great Delhi Exhibition displaying the wealth of the Maharajas, it was later moved to Monaco with Maharani Sita Devi - the 'most flamboyant Maharani' - who took the carpet along with her jewellery collection when she moved to the Mediterranean.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by numerous political and community leaders, including the Nepali Congress central committee member and chairman of Chandra Narayan Memorial Trust, Sita Devi Yadav.