There are three stories associated with this name.

1)In the time of Satyug there lived a King named Kedar who ruled a vast Kingdom. He loved his subjects as his children. He followed the path of Dharma along with his family.
Although he performed hundred Ashwamedha Yagya but he did not aspire to become Indra. At an appropriate time he handed over his duties of Kingdom to his sons and left to meditate towards Shri Hari. He spent a long time praying and meditating and ultimately left for Golok.
He had a daughter named Vrinda who was well versed in Yogshastra. Rishi Durvasa had given her a Shri Hari mantra. She left her home and performed tapasya for sixty thousand years in a forest. When Shri Hari appeared before her and told her to ask for a boon,
Just looking at the divine face of Shrihari, she blurted out that she aspired Shrihari. Her boon was granted and she accompanied Shri Hari to Golok where she stayed as a gopi like Radha. The place where she performed tapasya came to be known as Vrindavan.
2)The second story is about Vrindavan is about King Kushdhwaj. He had two daughters Tulsi and Vedvati. Both had no inclinations towards worldly things as they had attained Vairagya. Vedvati came to be known as Chaya Sita 👉( ).
Tulsi👉 (… ) also aspired Hari as husband but due to the curse of Durvasa, was married to Asur Shankhchur. After his death her wishes were fulfilled. She acquired the form of a tree and due to her curse Shrihari became a stone called Shaligram.
So Tulsi acquired a permanent place in Shri Hari's demeanour. Tulsi and Vrinda are one at the same. Therefore that place came to be known as Vrindavan.

3)Thirdly Radha had sixteen names. Out of those sixteen names, one was Vrinda. So that place is called Vrindavan.
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Rig Ved 1.42.2

Pushadev means one who nurtures or takes care of us. He is the one who will protect us from all difficulties and impediments. He is requested to take us in his shelter and help us know our true self.

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यो नः॑ पूषन्न॒घो वृको॑ दुः॒शेव॑ आ॒दिदे॑शति ।
अप॑ स्म॒ तं प॒थो ज॑हि ॥


पूषन् - Pushadev!

यः - Which.

अघः - Attacker.

वृकः - The one grabbing our wealth.

दुःशेवः - Not conducive for service.

नः - We.

आदिदेशति - To order.

तम् - To him.

पथः - O n the path.

अप जहि स्म - To remove.

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Deep meaning: Pushadev means one who nurtures or takes care of us.

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Here we pray regarding our behaviour so that Parmatma inspires us towards such intelligence that we follow the right path and stay away from evil so that we escape the sorrows and we all attain happiness and peace.

सं पू॑ष॒न्नध्व॑नस्तिर॒ व्यंहो॑ विमुचो नपात् ।
सक्ष्वा॑ देव॒ प्र ण॑स्पु॒रः ॥


विमुचः - Oh the clouds!

नपात् - Son.

पूषन् - Pusha.

अध्वनः - In path.

सं तिर - To sail through.

अंहः - Of sins.

वि - To destroy.

देव - Oh devtas!

नः - Ours.

पुरः -Further.

प्र सक्ष्व - To go.

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