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Amata: Sanskrit amrta Not to die = Deathlessness, immortality, is a name for Nibbana the final Liberation from the Wheel of rebirths Samsara, and therefore also from the ever-repeated deaths, since the unborn cannot die... The Deathless State or nirvana, so called because those who attain it are free from the cycle of repeated birth and death.

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