we all know lady Sita. the wife of king Ram. the one who was kidnapped by Raavan. the queen who was helplessly put in Lanka and was forced to wait for her husband to come and rescue her. but what if I told you that she was not only the queen of Ayodhya but was also the warrior of Mithila. the women that played an important role in Ram’s life. she was not an ordinary and sensitive princess-like other.she was a warrior. she was dearly adopted by the king and queen of Mithila, Janak, and Sunaina. nobody knows who Sita’s real parents were and Sita never wanted to know cause she was very much loved by her mother Sunaina. she learned everything under her godmother and excelled in every aspect of her life then, that she was in the position to single-handedly look after Mithila. she loved her innocent sister Urmila and also loved the people in Mithila. it is quite nice to imagine that lady Sita was so talented and not the person who would get afraid when she was in trouble. but little did she know that truth behind her birth was going to affect her life, that marrying Ram was to come with great responsibility, that being the next Vishnu will be confusing, that sometimes trusting people would get difficult. read this amazing book Sita the next book in the Ramachandra series which is totally about Sita’s life. Amish has always presented women in his book as warriors this book is another successful result for his effort.