The Earth Shelters Sita

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Rama finally met his sons. As Sita watched their meeting from a distance, Rama's eyes fell on her. He became sad because he wasn't sure if the people of Ayodhya would accept Sita as their queen as she had stayed with rakshasis for such a long time. Sage Valmiki urged Rama to take Sita and the children back to Ayodhya. RamaSita taking shelter in mother earth loved Sita, but his duty towards the people of Ayodhya came first. He refused to take Sita. Sita decided to return to Mother Earth. She appealed, "Oh, Mother Earth , if you think that I have not committed any sin, please take me in your lap and give me a place." Suddenly the earth split into two. Seated on a beautiful throne, Mother Earth emerged from inside the earth. She took Sita in her lap and descended back into the earth Luv and Kush cried for their mother to come back. There were tears in Rama's eyes as well. But Sita was gone forever.

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