Amrit

Amrit or Amrith (عمريت), also known as Marathos or Marathus (Ancient Greek: Μάραθος), was an ancient Phoenician city located near Tartus in Syria. Founded in the third millennium BC and abandoned during the second century BC, the city`s Phoenician ruins have been preserved in their entirety without extensive remodeling by later genera....
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amrit

(from the article `Sikhism`) ...Guru Granth Sahib, which must be present on such occasions. The ritual involves pouring water into a large iron bowl and adding soluble sweets. ...
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Amrit

Amrit is a Hindustani name for boys and girls. The meaning is `immortal` The name Amrit is most commonly given to English and Welsh boys. (11 times more often than to American boys.) What do they use in other countries? Amit The name sounds like: Umberto Similar names are: Amit, Amyot, Amid, Amir, Amiri, Ameir, Amr, Amry, Amram, Art, Arrt, Aart, Av...
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amrit

Sweetened water used during Sikh ceremonies such as a naming ceremony (Nam Karan) and Amrit Sanskar (baptism into the Khalsa). The amrit is made in an iron or steel bowl by stirring sugar crystals...
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amrit

Sweetened water used during Sikh ceremonies such as a naming ceremony (Nam Karan) and Amrit Sanskar (baptism into the Khalsa). The amrit is made in an iron or steel bowl by stirring sugar crystals and water with a kirpan (dagger). It is then drunk and sprinkled on the eyelids and hair of those for whom the ceremony is being held
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