Sri Rama was an Avatar of God Vishnu. Sita, his wife, was also an avatar of Goddess Lakshmi.
Sita personifies the ideal wife in the epic, Valmiki Ramayana. She complemented Sri Rama in every aspect of life.
The values that Sita enshrined and adhered to, at every point in the course of a demanding life, as exemplified in the Valmiki Ramayana, are also the values of womanly virtue held sacred by countless generations. The great monk, Swami Vivekananda described the immortality of Sita’s story as under :-
"All our mythology may vanish, even our Vedas may depart, and our Sanskrit language may vanish for ever, but so long as there will be five Hindus living, even if only seeking the most vulgar patois, there will be the story of Sita present."
Are there any written works or commentaries where the great monk, Swami Vivekananda has talked about Goddess Sita?