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Sita

princess abducted from her husband by the demon-king; she remains faithful throughout her captivity. [Indian Lit.: Ramayana]
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Sita Devi was referred to as the 'Indian Wallis Simpson' because of her lavish lifestyle and passion for jewels.
Speaking about the sale, Francois Curiel, chairman of Christie's Jewellery Department, said: "One of the largest and finest pink diamonds in the world, the Princie Diamond carries a fabulous provenance, which brings together the legendary names of Golconda, Nizam of Hyderabad, and the Maharani Sita Devi of Baroda.
When Baroda merged with India, the government deposed Gaekwad and forced him to return some of the most precious items in his family collection but the pearl carpet continued to be in the possession of Sita Devi.
Mother of the victim, Sita Devi said that her son was her biggest emotional support as she termed the loss as irrevocable.
he was driving the bus and suddenly the breaks got failed," said Sita Devi.
Sita Devi, another woman from the SHG, said Gates was impressed with the " indomitable spirit of rural Indian women".
Sita Devi, the house owner, was startled after noticing the long reptile inside her home.
His wife Sita Devi spent sleepless nights when he did not pick up his phone for three days during the agitation.
Our children are rickshaw and cart pullers and we came here to convey our concerns," said Sita Devi.
After Chunchun was selected as the 'poster girl' of the campaign, the family had expected financial assistance from UNICEF and the State government, but they are subjected to earn money from a humble roadside dhaba (eatery) that Chunchun's mother Sita Devi runs.