By K. R. Srinivasa Iyengar, 685 Pages, Hardcover.
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The Ramayana of Valmiki, although its title highlights Rama's wanderings, is equally the great saga of Sita's sufferings. Sita was an avatar too, the supreme Shakti's divine descent to play the role of sufferance sublime.
The significant shift in Sitayana is from Rama to Sita, from the rational-linear masculine to the psychic-integral feminine world-view. In India, 'godhead' has always been identified with the Eternal Feminine, and although this has been obscured of late, Sitayana is a conscious return to the ancient verities.