Here is a beautiful Hindu textual/legendary reference to the baby named-Sita👇
Valmiki’s Ramayana: In Valmiki’s Ramayana and Kamban’s Tamil epic Ramavataram, Sita is said to have been discovered in a furrow in a ploughed field, believed to be Sitamarhi in Mithila region of present-day Bihar, and for that reason is regarded as a daughter of Bhūmi Devi (the goddess earth). She was discovered, adopted and brought up by Janaka, king of Mithila and his wife Sunaina.
Heavens and Earth moved for her, to keep her, cherish her and annoint a goddess status on her. And thus a legend was born approximately 2500 years ago. She is an undeniable pillar in the Hindu history…a figure of reverence, epitome of wifely duties and an edifice of womanliness. She became the better half of King Ram or Bhagwaan Ram(God Ram), and was the reason behind Ravana’s destruction.
Now move to this news item in the Times of India, 13th October, Circa 2019👇
Shouldn’t we rejoice – after all another Sita has emerged out of the soil isn’t it ?! This Sita held on to her teeny weeny life even after 48 hrs, after her family? so ironically gifted death to her.
Maybe she will live…
and the doctors will hand her over to Child Welfare Dept, which in turn will put her in an orphanage,
…and she may get adoptive parents, and she may blaze a trail, brighter than Sita.
Questions are the same. Rejected due to… she being a Girl child or an illegitimate child? What do you think?
Will her biological mother/parents/family ever think of the poor little soul with a small little beating heart, fluttering limbs and her umbilical cord still intact, that they so benevolently offered to Mother Earth?