So this is a surprise planned by me and my sister Akhilavandana along with our father ShriRaam for the birthday of our Mayya Sita
Do you know how Raghav praised Janaki? Akhila narrates it to this way!
He says, "Your name Sītā means the one who has risen from furrow (in Sanskrit). In English, I will tell you what each letter signifies. ❤️
S- Selfless. Your care and selflessness knows no bounds. You accompanied me to the forest without thinking about the dangers lurking there. You always think about my welfare. I- Inspiring. Your courage, determination, strength, love, everything about you inspires me and our devotees. T- Trusting. You always know that I would be there for you. You did what nobody else can do. Whatever difficult situation you were in, you faced everything and had full faith in me. You believe me and this belief makes me what I am. A- Amazing.
And so we celebrate our Mayya, Bhagwati Sita's birthday to please her and get her blessings
ally_18@shrihari_nandini it was really amazingly framed dear,especially the elaborated discription of Maa Sita and the sketch too sorry i read it much later.Hope you are well with your health dear! SitaRaam bless you! Jai ShriHari!♀️❤️❤️
raghavendran@theidealist. Words should speak to the heart, as you have rightly said. Esoteric words, words that glitter like tinsel stuff, words that are grandiose to overwhelm the reader with no intrinsic value and not to the purpose intended do not truly impress the readers who want words to remain on their minds and hearts.
Isn't it the heart that loves? Eyes don't exist to judge appearance. If so,then it's materialism,not love. Would you accept it,if a parent cares for his/her child based on appearance? Then why create such norms in other forms of care such as love and friendship?