Amrita （アムリタ) is a novel written by Japanese author Banana Yoshimoto (吉本ばなな）in 1994 and translated into English in 1997 by Russell F. Wasden. ==Plot synopsis== The main character, Sakumi, loses her beautiful younger sister, an actress, to suicide. Sakumi subsequently falls down a flight of stairs, losing her me
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[ Sanskrit amrita
.] (Hind. Myth.)
Immortality; also, the nectar conferring immortality. -- adjective
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Immorality; also, the nectar conferring immortality. A. Ambrosial; immortal. ... Origin: Skr. Amrita. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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• (a.) Ambrosial; immortal. • (n.) Immortality; also, the nectar conferring immortality.
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(from the article `Jhabvala, Ruth Prawer`) Jhabvala`s first two novels, To Whom She Will (1955; U.S. title, Amrita) and The Nature of Passion (1956), won much critical acclaim for their comic ...
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Amrita is a Hindu girl name. The meaning of the name is `Nectar of Eternal Immortality` Amrit,Amrita The name Amrita doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Amrita seems to be unique!
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Amrit (अमृत; IAST: amṛta) is a Sanskrit word that literally means "immortality", and is often referred to in texts as nectar. The word`s earliest occurrence is in the Rigveda where it is one of several synonyms of soma, the drink which confers immortality upon the gods. It is related etymologically to the Greek ambrosia, and it carrie...
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In Hindu mythology, Amrita is the nectar conferring immortality. It is produced by churning the milk-sea.
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