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amrita

beverage conferring immortality. [Hindu Myth.: Parrinder, 19]
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LBZ, the Capital's billionaire zone, includes Aurangzeb Road, Amrita Shergill Marg and Prithviraj Road.
Arbaaz, the husband of Amrita's elder sister Malaika Arora, announced on Saturday that Amrita gave birth to a baby boy for the second time.
Born into a family of a Sikh academicians and writers in Gujranwala, Amrita began writing poetry from very a young age.
"My romance with poetry started with Sahir's book 'Talkhiyan' and there is an emotional attachment with Sahir and Amrita."
Despite their continued efforts spanning thousands of years, both were unable to accomplish the task alone and thus decided to extract the Amrita in a collective effort.
The sexual intercourse passages/scenes between the two women in the film and in the novel offer a display of eroticism and guilty joy--Tanya and Minx take the traditional role of the man, being the active partner in bed, while Sapna and Amrita are not only passive, but also sleepy and sometimes drunk.
Acclaimed writer Amrita Pritam's last letter to her darling, Sahir Ludhianvi, kept the audience spell-bound throughout its recitation.
Kapoor was accompanied by sister Karisma Kapoor, best friend Amrita Arora, makeup artist Mallika Bhat and Kapoor's manager Poonam Damania on the trip.
In the best traditions of the Cambodian royal family's passion for equestrian sports and its enduring legacy for well over a century, two great-granddaughters of the late King Father Norodom Sihanouk, Amrita Norodom and Jarra Sisowath, are displaying great aptitude and saddle skills to be part of a fast-emerging showjumping team made up of three other teenagers.
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