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Geert Fire Test, Sita Agni Pariksha; thousands year in between

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Submitted by Ravi Ranjan Singh BharatPanthi (India), Oct 3, 2010 at 02:57

Geert is Great, I wish him to visit Bharat (India)
I don't know how many people know the legend, Sita's Agni Pariksha.

When Lord Ram came back to his Kingdom after 14 years of exile, one(just one) citizen doubted her integrity, as she was kidnapped by Ravan a Demon King and Sita was in his custody for some time.

Sita even being Queen of Ayodhya was put to trial, to prove her innocence.

She stood the Trial and was proved innocent.

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