Amrit (Sanskrit: अमृत) means “without death” or “immortality” and is described in the old Hindu writings often as nectar of the immortality. Although etymologically not related, Amrit resembles strongly the Greek notion Ambrosia in its meaning.
All natures on this world are mortal, however, in Hindu view the soul is born again on account of its karmic acts a new. The aim of the human life is to be freed itself from this cycle of the rebirths and to become immortal. To realize the true self, to unite the individual soul Athman with the big universal soul Brahman. The Hindu traditions know numerous ways to the redemption – Moksha – to attain of the nectar of the immortality.