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  • proper noun Alternative form of Sita.


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  • [Seeta] Khadan-Newton [Ria's mother] still remembers that fateful day in 2006 when she dropped off her daughter and grandson at a house in West Baltimore, assuming that a babysitter lived there to take care of the boy while Ramkissoon went to school.

    Woman charged in death of son appears in court 2008

  • K. Seeta Prabhu What makes the impact more intense is that the financial crisis manifested itself soon after a food crisis which saw a sharp rise in food prices.

    Can Conditional Cash Transfers Work in Rural India? K. Seeta Prabhu 2009

  • For example, "Seeta and Rama" commences with the following vignette: -- ...

    Tales of Ind And Other Poems T. Ramakrishna

  • Krishnapore irresistibly reminds us of Auburn, the fortunes of Seeta are in many respects not unlike those of Evangeline, and some forms of expression seem to be coined in the mint of Tennyson ....

    Tales of Ind And Other Poems T. Ramakrishna

  • Among the rest he alludes to the epic of the Ramayuna, and the bridge built by Rama (or as he calls him, Rajah Ram Chunder) for the passage of the monkey army and their redoubled general, Huniman, from the Indian continent into the island, in order to deliver from captivity Seeta, the wife of the hero.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. CCCXXXVI. October, 1843. Vol. LIV. Various

  • Rajmahal and Paras-nath range, are peopled by tribes representing the earliest races of India, prior to the invasion of young Rama, prince of Oude, who, according to the legend, spread Brahminism with his conquests, and won the hand of King Jannuk's daughter, Seeta, by bending her father's bow.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete 1864

  • Seeta-koond (wells of Seeta), a few miles south of the town.

    Himalayan Journals — Complete 1864

  • The principal temple is called Rameswur, and somewhat exceeds in size the largest vichara at Adjunta; its breadth is ninety-eight feet, it extends into the rock 102 feet, and the height of the ceiling is twenty-four feet; it is supported by twenty-two pilasters, and covered with the most beautiful sculptures, reliefs, and colossal gods, among which the principal group represents the marriage of the god Ram and the goddess Seeta.

    A Woman's Journey Round the World Ida Pfeiffer 1827

  • _Brahmin_ in the person of Rawun, the monster king of that island, who had taken away his wife, Seeta.

    A Journey through the Kingdom of Oude, Volumes I & II William Sleeman 1822

  • Celestial wedding of Lord Rama and Seeta was performed at several places, including Gollala Mamida, Annavaram and Satyawada in K. Gangavaram, to mark the occasion.

    The Hindu - Front Page 2010


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