American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Hinduism The wife of Rama, regarded as an ideal of womanhood.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In Hindu mythology, the wife of the hero-god Rama, and heroine of the Ramayana.
- n. wife of the Hindu god Rama; regarded as an ideal of womanhood
- From Sanskrit, सीता (Sītā, "furrow"). (Wiktionary)
- Sanskrit Sītā, from sītā, furrow (because she was believed to have sprung from a furrow ploughed by her father). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Sita is my uncle's family's primary servant and she cleans the dishes, toilets, floors, clothes, and she even cooks.”
“Sita is a goddess separated from her beloved Lord and husband Rama.”
“Because Paley ran into licensing problems for the music she used in Sita Sings The Blues, she was unable to sell the DVD.”
“And room after room was carefully searched, nothing being omitted, albeit appearances were so strongly in Sita's favour.”
“Sita is delighted, but Hanuman is caught and Ravana sets Hanuman’s tail on fire.”
“Her character was called Sita also a leading Hindu goddess and to them a Muslim woman playing a lesbian woman called Sita, was well a bit too much to digest.”
“Her character was called Sita (also a leading Hindu goddess) and to them a Muslim woman playing a lesbian woman called Sita, was well a bit too much to digest.”
“Thanks to Sven I stumbled upon a rather cute and very well done Free movie/musical called Sita Sings The Blues.”
“Another film that looks to be an early audience favorite at SIFF this year is a wholly original animated musical called Sita Sings the Blues.”
“June 2nd, 2010 more imagesJune 2, 2010 (Sampurn Wire): Television actress Debina Boneerjee, famously known as Sita of NDTV Imagine's 'Ramayana', will soon sizzle in Bollywood as she plays a very popular tennis player, Sania Mirza in a movie titled Hyderabadi Damaad.”
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