Vedavati was later born as a daughter
of king Janaka. King Janaka named her Sita. At that time Dasharatha was
ruling over Ayodhya. To his wife Kousalya, Vishnu was born and became famous
as Sri Rama. He came with sage Vishwamitra to Janaka's capital and broke
the bow given by Shiva. Then King Janaka, having admired Sri Rama's valour,
gave Sitadevi in marriage to Sri Rama. When sometime passed, Sri Rama,
as desired by his father, had to go to Dandakaranya with Sita and Lakshmana.
While living there, Ravana decitfully took Sita to Lanka. Sri Rama went
to Lanka with Sugreeva, Hanumanta and other monkey-warriors and invaded
Lanka. In the terrible war that followed, Sri Rama killed Ravana. Thereafter,
Sitadevi came to Ayodhya with Sri Rama and lived a happy life. This story
is told in great detail in the Ramayana.