Sita is the ideal of chastity, fidelity, modesty, forbearance, humanity and kindness. She is the second name of idealism and for ages has been the symbol of Indian woman's ideal and inspiration. This book depicts the character of Sita in different shades and once again establishes her at the realm of every Indian woman's imagination. Narration of the story is quite natural as that of the character of Sita. Simple, lucid language emphasises its access to the core of the heart. Sita comes alive in the narration of the story. The manner in which the text has been presented makes it livelier. About The Author: Rajendra Arun has his own place among the narrators of Ramcharitmanas. He is unique in his style, as he engages his audience and readers in a manner that is neither unnecessarily melodramatic nor philosophically dry. He narrates the story of Ramayana in very articulate and lucid way so that the listeners while enjoying it, are immensely inspired. He has earned the adulation of his readers and recognition of cirtics and institutions around the world. Rajendra Arun was born on July 29, 1945 in Naravapitambarpur village in Faizabad district, Uttar Pradesh, India. He adopted journalism after acquiring a Masters in Hindi from Allahabad University. In 1973, he went to Mauritius and became the managing editor of the 'Janata' Hindi weekly owned by then Prime Minister Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam. He had also been appointed the representative of 'Samachar' and United News of India (UNI). Presently he is the founder Chairman of Ramayana Centre, a first institution of its kind in the World set up by an Act of Parliament. Under his leadership, the Ramayana Centre is actively promoting and propagating the spiritual, social and cultural values flowing therefrom.