Literally, "immortality". It is the sweet, nectarous bliss that is born in perfect meditation. Also, it can refer to a special substance created in an enlightened human nervous system which creates Divine Intoxication; sometimes also referred to as Soma.
A designation of the deathless Spirit (atman, purusha) also the nectar of immortality that oozes from the psychoenergetic center at the crown of the head (see sahasrara-cakra) when it is activated and transforms the body into a "divine body" (divya-deha)
Amrita or Amrit (; ) is, according to Dharmic religions, immortal nectar or ambrosia (of which it is a cognate). It is the drink of the gods, which grants them immortality. In Sanskrit the word amrita literally means "without death", and is often referred to in texts as nectar.