Synonyms for punji or Related words with punji

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Examples of "punji"
The punji stick or punji stake is a type of booby trapped stake. It is a simple spike, made out of wood or bamboo, generally placed upright in the ground. Punji sticks are usually deployed in substantial numbers.
Magurchara Punji is a tribal village located in Sreemangal Upazila, Maulvibazar District, Bangladesh. It is located on the Srimangol–Kamalganj Highway. As of 2006, Magurchara Punji had nearly 40 households. It is the larger of the two villages located within Lawachara National Park, the other being Lawachara Punji. They are inhabited by the Khasi ethnic minority.
Punji sticks were also used in Vietnam to complement various defenses, such as barbed wire.
Punji Mara is an Indian politician from the state of Arunachal Pradesh.
A wide variety of anti-personnel ordnance and booby traps were used in the Vietnam war, including punji stakes.
Viet Cong weapons: Tokarev TT-33 Pistol, MAT-49, POMZ-2 & F-1 Grenade, Punji Stakes
Punji sticks would be placed in areas likely to be passed through by enemy troops. The presence of punji sticks may be camouflaged by natural undergrowth, crops, grass, brush or similar materials. They were often incorporated into various types of traps; for example, a camouflaged pit into which a man might fall (it would then be a trou de loup).
There are about eighteen villages near Lawachara. Two of them (Magurchara punji and Lawachara punji) are located within the boundaries of the park. Indigenous peoples in the area include the Christian Khasia people, the Hindu Tripuri people, the Tipra people, and the Monipuri people. The rest of the population are mostly Muslim migrants from Noakhali, Comilla, and Assam.
The village, earlier in Dimasa society, there is grouping system of houses which is called punji which consisted of one a place around. Nohdrang named in Dimasa called club is placed in the middle or centre in the village or punji. The road communication is connect from the village to centre i.e. market, shop, town and another place.
In season two they put stereotypes to the test. Few of the stereotypes stood up to the test. With the exception of the following character, Punji, of course.
The North Vietnamese forces made extensive use of a variety of homemade booby traps including the old French trou de loup set with Bengali punji sticks.
Punji and has green hills. Gibbons and birds live in the forest of the Lawachara National Park. Tea plantations are located in the area surrounding the national park.
Punji sticks were sometimes deployed in the preparation of an ambush. In the preparation of these stakes, the stake itself would be sharpened and, in some cases, rubbed with toxic plants, frogs or even feces, to cause infections in the wounded enemy. Soldiers lying in wait for the enemy to pass would deploy punji sticks in the areas where the surprised enemy might be expected to take cover, thus, soldiers diving for cover would impale themselves.
Punji sticks perform a similar role to caltrops. These are sharpened sticks placed vertically in the ground. Their use in modern times targets the body and limbs of a falling victim by means of a pit or tripwire.
Taliha is located 32 KM towards North from District head quarters Daporijo. It is one of the 60 constituencies of Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh. Name of current MLA (September-2016) of this constituency is Punji Mara.
Mara was elected unopposed from Taliha seat in the 2014 Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly election, standing as a People's Party of Arunachal candidate. Punji Mara was born to Makpung Mara, who was a lieutenant with Army.
In May 1966, after numerous widely reported incidents of foot injuries to U.S. forces caused by punji stake traps, issue Jungle boots were fitted with a stainless steel plate inside the boot's sole to protect the wearer from punji stake traps. Later Jungle boots were given nylon canvas tops in place of cotton duck. The boot was also fitted with other improvements, including the Panama mud-clearing outsole and nylon webbing reinforcement on the uppers. However, Vibram-soled jungle boots continued to be issued to troops into 1969.
Punji is a Hindu storekeeper who insults customers with obvious physical and/or social problems, before telling them to "get the park out of my store". He often expresses the wish to be reincarnated as something the person is not likely to ever see/use (for example, he says "I hope I am reincarnated as your feet, so you will never see me again" to an obese woman). Before going on his tirades, he begs for forgiveness from various Hindu gods such as Shiva and Vishnu. Punji has been a storekeeper at "Heaven-11", a store that sells wives, and an electrical store.
Kala pahar is the highest peak of Greater Sylhet. It is also the highest point of the southern part of Bangladesh. Located near Robir bazar of Kulaura upazila in Moulvibazar district it is only 3–4 hours trekked distance from Azgarabad Tea Estate. This peak is also accessible from Rajki tea estate near Fultola bazar of Juri upazila. The hill range of Kala pahar is locally known as Longla ridge. 'Kala pahar' is the local name of the highest peak. According to Bangladesh Geographic society this hill is also known as 'Hararganj pahar'. In Bengali language 'hill' word means 'Pahar'. Situated in the north-eastern part of our country 60% of the range is in Bangladesh and the rest is in the Northern Tripura state of India. The part of this hill is known as Raghunandan pahar in Tripura. The famous ancient archaeological religious site of india ‘Unokoti’ lies at the foot of this hill. Kala pahar is about 1,100 feet high from the sea level. In November,2015 few members of local adventure group BD Explorer explored this peak and measured the highest point as 1,098 feet (from sea level) with Garmin handheld gps. The view from the peak is awesome. During Autumn season,if the sky is clear one can observe the blue water of Hakaluki haor(Largest haor of Bangladesh) from the high point of kala pahar .There are few Khashian establishments adjacent to this hill. Like Nunchora punji,Panaichora punji,Putichora punji and Baigonchora punji. According to Khashian language 'village' is term as 'Punji'.
While Kirby and the group advance through the woods to the LZ for the helicopters to pick them up, Petersen is killed by an enemy booby-trap when he is gorily impaled on punji sticks. Kirby and his team are forced to leave his dead body behind.