Author: Igen BPrashant Gupta/Translator(s)/ Editors(s): Vishwamitra SharmaPublisher: Manoj PublicationsYear: 2014Language: EnglishPages: 373ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788131020357
To live life in orderly and definite manner there are some special rules. These rules are known as the Fundamental Principles of policy (neeti). These principles guide man, society and the kingdom onto the path where, one experiences an atmosphere of bliss, prosperity, riches and peace. The policy-makers having culled the suchlike principles from different sources have presented these principles in the form of shlokas and sutras.Down the tradition lane there is a long list of influential people such as preceptor Brihaspati, Shukracharya, Shree Krishna, Shree Rama, the great Vidur and so on. These great men interpreted the principles of policy in their own way and put them to successful use during changing contexts. But preceptor Chanakya's name has become synonymous with politics and diplomacy in today's world. The outstanding feature of Chanakya's policy is to register a win, in any manner. In order to attain his positive aim Chanakya employed each and every weapon that not only defeated his enemy but also annihilated him forever. He knew very well how to use, when to use and how much to use. The present book in your hands delves deep into Chanakya's biography in detail in addition to the shlokas based on his policies and their apt elaboration in the form of sutras. With the changing environment one may feel the subject-matter a little bit out-of-place but it is pure and genuine to stand the test of behavior.
ContentsChankya NeetiChapter OneChapter TwoChapter ThreeChapter FourChapter FiveChapter SixChapter SevenChapter EightChapter NineChapter TenChapter ElevenChapter TwelveChapter ThirteenChapter FourteenChapter FifteenChapter SeventeenChankya SutraChanakya’s Biography