Kajal Karna is regarded as the daughter of Mithila and also holds the role of the President of Maithili Diva International Foundation. She has also flourished as an Author, Motivational Speaker, Culture Promoter, Social Activist and an Entrepreneur. She lives in USA, married and is blessed with 3 kids.

Achievements

SITA – The Warrior Monument

JANAKPUR and the Monument: Sita was a daughter of Janakpur. Events of the epic Ramayan commenced after an innocuous event – the cleaning of the royal palace. Placed in a revered corner was Pinak – the bow of Shiva. Several people were needed to move it. Seven year old Sita lifted the mighty Pinaak in one hand with ease – sending Janak into amazement and worry. A match for her had to display at least as much strength. Because lifting the Pinaak with ease was not only about physical strength. Being the weapon of Shiva himself, the person who was able to handle it with ease had to be of rare and divine qualities. The lifting of the Pinaak by a 7 year old Sita ignited a chain of events whose ramifications were felt by all mankind for ages. Such was the power and potential of the young girl. Yet, Mithila or anyone else has not celebrated this aspect of the young girl – who is the daughter and the sister of the house. Hence the need for SITA – The Warrior Monument.

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Kajal Karna is regarded as the daughter of Mithila and also holds the role of the President of Maithili Diva International Foundation. She has also flourished as an Author, Motivational Speaker, Culture Promoter, Social Activist and an Entrepreneur. She lives in USA, married and is blessed with 3 kids.

Achievements

SITA – The Warrior Monument

JANAKPUR and the Monument: Sita was a daughter of Janakpur. Events of the epic Ramayan commenced after an innocuous event – the cleaning of the royal palace. Placed in a revered corner was Pinak – the bow of Shiva. Several people were needed to move it. Seven year old Sita lifted the mighty Pinaak in one hand with ease – sending Janak into amazement and worry. A match for her had to display at least as much strength. Because lifting the Pinaak with ease was not only about physical strength. Being the weapon of Shiva himself, the person who was able to handle it with ease had to be of rare and divine qualities. The lifting of the Pinaak by a 7 year old Sita ignited a chain of events whose ramifications were felt by all mankind for ages. Such was the power and potential of the young girl. Yet, Mithila or anyone else has not celebrated this aspect of the young girl – who is the daughter and the sister of the house. Hence the need for SITA – The Warrior Monument.