Pushan


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Noun1.Pushan - celestial shepherd god; conductor of souls of the dead
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1] Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Backup Software and Integrated Appliances, Dave Russell, Pushan Rinnen, Robert Rhame, 15 June 2015
Morpho-tectonic evidences of Zagros tear faults, applicable for determination and segmentation of Sabz pushan fault zone (Iran)", Abst.
Sri Lankan Pushan, 27, a five-star hotel chef in Dubai, seemed to have been "hypnotised" into buying numerous phone recharge cards even as his relatives warned him about the scam.
Endpoint backup and recovery have become increasingly important as the global workforce has become more mobile and creates more business content on their various endpoint devices, including mobile devices," says Gartner analysts Pushan Rinnen and Sheila Childs.
First is the Nishapur and Sabz Pushan Gallery, containing intricate stucco panels carved with abstract designs and excavated by Met-sponsored expeditions to these important medieval Iranian sites.
The next gallery, entitled 'Excavations at Nishapur and the Sabz Pushan Site', touches on the Met's historic involvement with archaeology, in this case the Iranian Expedition digs of 1935 to 1947.
I am grateful to Dan Black, Pushan Dutt, Devashish Mitra, John Pepper, and three anonymous referees for helpful comments and suggestions.
In his application before the court, Suman blamed another PIO Rajendra Prasad; Pannalal, the then APIO and executive engineer; Agnivesh Sharma, assistant engineer and JE Pushan Bishwas.
Despite the high incidence of exposed corpses and abandoned coffins in the city, the press, Chinese or foreign, actually rarely addressed the problem and when it did, it was either to report briefly on the activities of the Pushan shan-zhuang (Shanghai Public Benevolent Cemetery, hereafter SPBC) or Tongren fuyuantang (hereafter TRFYT), or because of extreme circumstances as during the war when exposed corpses caused some 'annoyance'.
The attendant of the god, we were told in Rumbur, is called Pushaw (p'ushaw), a name which leads quite directly to Pushan (p'ushan) "a divinity whose name derives from the root puS 'to nourish', with reference to his role of divine dispenser of fertility" (Stutley & Stutley 1980: 350).
Discussants: Partha Chatterjee, National University of Singapore, and Pushan Dutt, INSEAD
This week eight-year-old Pushan Basu from Broadway East First School, in Gosforth, is in the Pop the Question hotseat.