Question: Where did Sita and Ram meet?

Janakpur has been mentioned in the Ramayana as the birthplace of Sita, Rams consort. As Ram is believed to be the incarnation of Lord Vishnu, Sita is believed to be the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. It is said that Ram and Sita met in Janakpur and eventually also got married here.

Where did Lord Rama meet Sita?

Chitrakoota, Madhya Pradesh. One of the most important stops in the journey, Chitrakoot is believed to have housed Rama, Sita and Laxmana for more than 11 years during their exile from Ayodhya. It was here Rama and Sita met one of the seven immortal sages, Atri and his chaste wife Anusuya Devi.

Where did Rama meet Mata Sita first?

the Swayamvar It is believed that Lord Rama met Sita at the Swayamvar.

Did Rama and Sita meet again?

In the little-celebrated final chapters of the Ramayana, Sita is reunited with Rama after several years. Rama, though happy to see her, once again asks Sita to prove her virtue by passing a trial by fire. If she emerges unscathed, Sita will be welcome back to the palace.

Was Sita pregnant when Ram left her?

With a heavy heart, he instructed him to take Sita to a forest outside Ayodhya and leave her there. Thus Sita was forced into exile a second time. Sita, who was pregnant, was given refuge in the hermitage of Valmiki, where she delivered twin sons named Kusha and Lava.

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