Sita is the consort of Lord Rama, the seventh avatar of Sri Maha Vishnu, in Hindu mythology. Sita is one of the main characters in the Ramayana, a major Hindu epic. Born in Sitamarhi, Sita was taken to Janakpur soon after her birth by her father, Maharaja Janak. Sita is considered to be one of the Sreshta Naris and is respected as the epitome of all womanly virtues for Hindu women. Sita is also considered an avatar of Lakshmi, and the consort of Sri Vishnu during the Treta Yuga.
Sita is indeed the ideal example of a woman and possesses all the good qualities that a traditional Indian woman is expected to possess. She was the ideal daughter to her parents, ideal wife to her husband, Rama, and the ideal mother to her twins, Luv and Kush.
Sita had to undergo a lot of trials and tribulations in her marital life and it was her courage, chastity and adherence to Dharma that finally made her emerge the ultimate winner.