In the South Gallery at that time was a large paper wall hanging crudely drawn by women who worked, describing the life of Sita, the faithful, pure wife. The drawings of this type were gifts to a bridge at a wedding. I was intrigued and noted what scenes were there --- marriage to Rama, her capture, throwing of jewels, in the garden all about Sita! I think the battles drawn to the sides in the background. Now, I wished I had taken a photo.
Solution, Sita as a damsel is the solution, death of a greedy human daemon.