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am·ri·ta also am·ree·ta (ŭm-rē′tə)
1. In Hinduism, the drink that is consumed by the gods and bestows immortality.
2. The immortality achieved by drinking amrita.
amrita (æmˈriːtə) or
1. (Hinduism) the ambrosia of the gods that bestows immortality
2. (Hinduism) the immortality it confers
[from Sanskrit amrta immortal, from a- without + mrta death]
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The immortal prayer in the Upanishad expresses the quest of a seeker for the true knowledge of the ultimate meaning of life and liberation: Asato ma sadgamaya, tamaso ma jyotirgamaya, mrityor ma amritam
Vayur anilam amritam
athedam bhasmantam sariram / Aum krato smara krtam smara krato smara krtam smara [May this life enter into immortal breath; then may this body end in ashes.
Papia Saha's huge figure of a woman distorts body parts and Amritam
Das's paintings look like attractive mixtures of textiles, with characters emerging from them.