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Pavitra comes from the Indian word which means, "Purity."

Pavitra a truly outstanding sense of responsibility, love, and balance. Pavitra is quite capable of rectifying and balancing any sort of inharmonious situation. Pavitra is a person very much inclined to give help and comfort to those in need. Pavitra has a natural penchant for working with the old, the young, the sick, or the underprivileged. Although Pavitra may have considerable creative and artistic talents, the chances are that Pavitra will devote hhimself/herself to an occupation that shows concern for the betterment of the community.The positive side is that Pavitra is very loving, friendly, and appreciative of others. Pavitra has a depth of understanding that produces much sympathetic, kindness, and generosity. Openness and honesty is apparent in his/her approach to all relationships. Pavitra is motivated toward idealistic concepts, and the sharing of his/her ideas and concepts with humanity. He/she is not one that is giving in a material or a practical sense, but rather one who desires to help mankind with a more abstract commodity such as religion, spiritualism, occult studies, or even psychic abilities. Pavitra has a dream of the perfect world; Pavitra is highly idealistic and inspirational. His/her inner strength and devotion to his/her beliefs are extremely strong. Pavitra has a very good mind that is especially well equipped to handle the higher, more abstract forms of thought.
by somonewholovesyou February 04, 2013
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