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Sita, Seetha, or SITA may also refer to:
- Sita (singer) (born 1980), Dutch pop singer
- Sita Chan (1987–2013), Hong Kong singer and actress
- Seetha Hallett (born 1979), British TV presenter
- Seetha Doraiswamy (born 1926), Jalatharangam and Carnatic Musician
- Kasirayi Sita (born 1978), Zimbabwean long-distance runner
- Seetha (actress), Tamil film actress
- Sita, Favorite wife of Bhagat Raja Pipaji
- Sita Devi Former queen of Baroda.
- Seeta Devi an Indian actress.
- Seetha (Malayalam actress), Indian film actress in Malayalam movies during the 1990s
- Sita Devi Former queen of Kapurthala
- Sita Devi Boudel A Nepalese politician.
- Seeta (1933 film), 1933 film by Sisir Bhaduri
- Seeta (1934 film), 1934 film by Debaki Bose that was featured in the 2nd Venice International Film Festival
- Seetha (1960 film), a Malayalam language film directed by M Kunchacko
- Seetha (1967 film), a Tamil language film directed by A. P. Nagarajan
- Seetha (1970 film), a Kannada language film directed by Vadiraj
- Seetha (1980 film), a Malayalam language film directed by P Govindan
- Seetha (1990 film), a Tamil language film directed by S.A.Chandrasekhar
- Seeta, Uganda, a township in Uganda
- Sita, a village in Spermezeu Commune, Bistriţa-Năsăud County, Romania
- SITA (IT company), a multinational aviation information technology company
- SITA (waste management company), a waste management subsidiary of the French multinational company Suez
- SITA UK, the UK arm of SITA waste management
- Sita Air, an airline based in Sinamangal Ward, Kathmandu, Nepal
- Sita Buslines, a bus operator in Melbourne, Australia
- Sītā, a goddess of land fertility appealed to in passing in Rigveda book 4 hymn 57 line 6
- 244 Sita, an asteroid
- Swedish interactive thresholding algorithm or SITA, a test to determine visual field loss in eyes
- Search incident to arrest
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