Amrita

Amrita (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...
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Amrita

(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

• (a.) Ambrosial; immortal. • (n.) Immortality; also, the nectar conferring immortality.
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Amrita

Am·ri'ta noun [ Sanskrit amrita .] (Hind. Myth.) Immortality; also, the nectar conferring immortality. -- adjective Ambrosial; immortal.
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amrita

Hindu ambrosia bestowing immortality
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Amrita

In Hindu mythology, Amrita is the nectar conferring immortality. It is produced by churning the milk-sea.
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