- n. Anglicization of Sanskrit अमृत (amṛta, "immortal")
- From Sanskrit अमृत (amṛta, "immortal"). (Wiktionary)
“Experiencing female ejaculation, also called Amrita by many Western Tantricas, is associated with G-spot stimulation.”
“Penguin India has published a book entitled Amrita-Imroz: A Love Story ISBN: 0143100440 by Uma Trilok.”
“Amrita" is both the ambrosia prepared by the Hindu gods that bestows immortality and the immortality derived from drinking it.”
“Angkor Wat in particular there are several kilometres of intricately carved bas-reliefs telling the story of the Hindu myths such as Amrita (the nectar of immortality).”
“Crack, which is about how Cambodia is extracting itself from the shadow of the Khmer Rouge, features an entirely native cast drawn from the Phnom Penh-based Amrita Performing Arts.”
“I work with them Amrita Performing Arts as performers but also as people, so our dialogue is on an equal level.”
“If Iran is squeezed from Europe, it will provide support to Brent futures," said Amrita Sen , oil market analyst at Barclays Capital.”
“The market is very volatile at the moment, it's really being driven by the headlines at the moment," said Amrita Sen , an analyst with Barclays Capital in London.”
“Here, the lovely jewelry designer Amrita Singh with her brother Herman Singh.”
“Amrita designed exclusive jewelry for the gift bags from her company Amrita Singh Jewelry.”
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