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amrita

The tantric sex term for the female ejaculate, which is similar to prostatic secretions.
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Rajan Mittal's ` 156- crore purchase of 38 Amrita Shergill Marg was in keeping with the market price, and not extraordinary when its location and history are concerned.
British Indian film actress Sophie Choudry, who is a friend of Amrita, congratulated her on Twitter.
When Amrita wrote her classic 'Aj akhan Waris Shah nu' (I ask Waris Shah) in 1947, she was a pregnant young refugee woman.
Interestingly, a theatre group in India performed an epistolary play, which was titled 'Tumhari Amrita', and featured Shabana Azmi and the late Farooq Sheikh.
During the chase, Lord Vishnu, one of the most important gods in the Hindu pantheon, spilled a few drops of Amrita at four places, namely Haridwar, Ujjain, Nashik and Prayagraj.
Minx had not forced her and Amrita could not--did not--want to fool herself into believing that she had.
'We are indeed excited by the prospects of Amrita and Jarra entering the scene.
"We are now ready to move into the retail market," says Paul Pennell, Amrita's national retail marketing & sales director and Amrita's brand manager.
Computer scientists from the University of Glasgow took part in the project with partners from Amrita University in Kerela India.
Daughter of Saif Ali Khan from first wife Amrita Singh, Sara has reportedly been contacted by renowned film-makers such as Ashutosh Gowariker and Karan Johar.
TRIBUNE NEWS NETWORK A three-day workshop on Education 4.0 was conducted by Dr Amrita Dass for the teachers of Olive International School, at the Nuaija campus recently.