Chanakya Niti, Philosopher Chanakya was such a great genius, who had made an impact on the strength of his wisdom, intelligence and ability. Chanakya, the founder of the Mauryan Empire, became world-renowned as a skilled politician, shrewd diplomat and great economist.
Even after so many centuries, the principles and policies stated by Chanakya are relevant. Because he expressed the invaluable knowledge gained from his deep study, contemplation and life experience in a completely selfless manner for human welfare.
Acharya Chanakya’s policy is a wonderful collection, which is equally relevant today. In the Chanakya policy, the identification from friend-to-enemy to discrimination, discrimination between husband and wife and characterless woman, duty of the king and proper diagnosis of people’s rights and caste system have been stated. Mahapandit Acharya Chanakya’s ‘Chanakya Policy’ has a total session chapter.
– The person who acquires knowledge by practicing the formulas of scripture, he knows the principle of the most glorious duty.
– Even a Pandit (scholar) suffers greatly if he preaches to a fool.
– Hard work does not lead to poverty. Religion is no longer a sin. Silence does not cause strife. And, there is no fear when you are aware.
– People should save money to overcome possible problems. He should protect his wife even after giving up his wealth.
– Don’t go where you don’t have respect. Don’t live where you don’t have a job.
– Lying, harshness, deceit, foolishness, greed, impurity and cruelty. These are some of the natural vices of man.
– Eligible food and ability to eat, enough money and the spirit of giving. Beautiful wife and energy. Such a coincidence is not the result of ordinary penance.
– Let’s not reveal what we have in mind. Instead, meditate and turn that thinking into action.
– Foolishness is painful, youth is also painful. It is even more painful to go to someone else’s house and get their sympathy.
– Not every mountain has rubies. Not every elephant has a bead on its head. Not every forest has a sandalwood tree. Similarly, there are no gentle men everywhere.
– A wise father should teach his son good qualities. Because a wise and prudent person is revered in the family.
– Parents who do not teach their children, those parents are the child’s enemy. Because uneducated children are rejected by scholars in the same way as wakula in a flock of ducks.
– Pampering develops bad habits in the child, giving him strict education develops good habits.
– The fame of a man’s clan is seen in his conduct.
– The beauty of Koili is in her singing. A woman’s beauty lies in her devotion to her family. Man’s beauty is in his knowledge. The beauty of an ascetic is in his forgiveness.
– A five-year-old son should be brought up with love. He should be kept under strict control for ten years. When you are 16 years old, you should behave like a friend.
– The world is a bitter tree, whose only two fruits are sweet, a sweet voice. Accompanied by another gentleman.
– The son of a person who is under his control, whose wife behaves according to orders and who is completely satisfied with the money he has earned. For such people, the world is like heaven.
– Happy is the householder whose children obey him. It is also the duty of the father to take good care of his son.
– Such friends are not friends who cannot be trusted. Such a wife is useless, which does not bring any kind of happiness.
– It is better to give up a friend who speaks softly in front of you, speaks badly behind your back.