Rama returned victorious from the war in Lanka, and everyone in Ayodhya celebrated his victory. Rama could not handle these rumors and doubted Sitas purity. Sita, who could not take this doubt, jumped into the fire. And because Sita was so pure, the fire did not burn her, and all the gods sang of her purity.
Why did Sita Mata died?
Exile and abduction The Panchavati forest became the scene for Sitas abduction by Ravana, King of Lanka. The scene started with Shurpanakhas love for Rama. However Rama refused her, stating that he was devoted to Sita. This enraged the demoness and she tried to kill Sita.
Who killed Sita in Ramayana?
Original plot of the Ramayana Rama is forced to go on a 14-year exile and is accompanied by Sita and his brother Lakshmana. Ravana, the demon-king of Lanka, plots to abduct Sita, aided by Maricha, who transforms into a magical golden deer (Maya mriga, an illusional deer), that entices Sita.
What happened to Sita at the end of Ramayana?
Sita was rescued. Many versions of the Ramayana end thus with return of Sita and Rama to their kingdom after fourteen years of exile, and the commencement of Ram Rajya, the glorious time of the rule of Ram. In such versions, Sita returned to her husband only to be put to a fire test to prove her loyalty.
How did Sita die in Ramayan?
According to the great epic Ramayana, Sita went inside the earth. It is believed that Sita was the daughter of goddess earth. After Lav and Kush reunited with their father Lord Rama, Sita prayed to mother earth to take her back. Soon after, the earth split open and Sita disappeared into it.