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Sita and Rama The Sacred Marriage. Hindu paragon of wifely devotion and loyalty, Sita is spouse of the great hero-king Rama and plays an important role in the Ramayana epic. Her name means "furrow," the line made by the plow, and she is closely identified with rain, soil, fecundity and balance. As the supreme consort divinities of North India, Sita and Rama are understood to embody the divinity of Laxmi and Vishnu . In this relationship Sita represents good luck, well-being, abundance and fertility and Rama epitomizes wisdom, righteousness and stability. These qualities taken together are the Hindu values of a perfect marriage.

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