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Product images of Sita and father King Janak
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Sita and father King Janak
In the Ramayana, Seeradhwaj Janaka (more popularly known merely as Raja Janak or King Janak) proposed a test of strength in which suitors vying for his daughter Sita's hand in marriage would have to string the great bow of Lord Shiva. Lord Rama passed this test and was married to Sita.
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