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Chanakya Quote: “Low minded people are fraudulent, wicked and chaeat. They shouldnot be trusted. To h ave faith in low minded ones is mistake in policy and useless because they are not trustworthy. An administrator should not invited calamity by trusting the low minded ones.”

Low minded people are fraudulent, wicked and chaeat. They shouldnot be trusted. To h ave faith in low minded ones is mistake in policy and useless because they are not trustworthy. An administrator should not invited calamity by trusting the low minded ones.

— Chanakya



Chanakya Quote: “A wise man should not divulge the formula of a medicine which he has well prepared; an act of charity which he has performed; domestic conflicts; private affairs with his wife; poorly prepared food he may have been offered; or slang he may have heard.”

A wise man should not divulge the formula of a medicine which he has well prepared; an act of charity which he has performed; domestic conflicts; private affairs with his wife; poorly prepared food he may have been offered; or slang he may have heard.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Sinfully acquired wealth may remain for ten years; in the eleventh year it disappears with even the original stock.”

Sinfully acquired wealth may remain for ten years; in the eleventh year it disappears with even the original stock.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “All types of riches should be amassed by all means.”

All types of riches should be amassed by all means.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “It is better to be without a king than to have a bad one.”

It is better to be without a king than to have a bad one.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “If a king is energetic, his subjects will be equally energetic. If he is reckless, they will not only be reckless likewise, but also eat into his works.”

If a king is energetic, his subjects will be equally energetic. If he is reckless, they will not only be reckless likewise, but also eat into his works.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “He who runs away from a fearful calamity, a foreign invasion, a terrible famine, and the companionship of wicked men is safe.”

He who runs away from a fearful calamity, a foreign invasion, a terrible famine, and the companionship of wicked men is safe.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Do not put your trust in rivers, men who carry weapons, beasts with claws or horns, women, and members of a royal family.”

Do not put your trust in rivers, men who carry weapons, beasts with claws or horns, women, and members of a royal family.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “A single son endowed with good qualities is far better than a hundred devoid of them.”

A single son endowed with good qualities is far better than a hundred devoid of them.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “The power of a king lies in his mighty arms; that of a brahmana in his spiritual knowledge; and that of a woman in her beauty youth and sweet words.”

The power of a king lies in his mighty arms; that of a brahmana in his spiritual knowledge; and that of a woman in her beauty youth and sweet words.

— Chanakya



Chanakya Quote: “A friend, even if he be the enemy’s son, should be protected.”

A friend, even if he be the enemy’s son, should be protected.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Foolishness is indeed painful, and verily so is youth, but more painful by far than either is being obliged in another person’s house.”

Foolishness is indeed painful, and verily so is youth, but more painful by far than either is being obliged in another person’s house.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Evil person causes harm even if treated will.”

Evil person causes harm even if treated will.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Purity of speech, of the mind, of the senses, and of a compassionate heart are needed by one who desires to rise to the divine platform.”

Purity of speech, of the mind, of the senses, and of a compassionate heart are needed by one who desires to rise to the divine platform.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “It is better to live under a tree in a jungle inhabited by tigers and elephants, to maintain oneself in such a place with ripe fruits and spring water, to lie down on grass and to wear the ragged barks of trees than to live amongst one’s relations when reduced to poverty.”

It is better to live under a tree in a jungle inhabited by tigers and elephants, to maintain oneself in such a place with ripe fruits and spring water, to lie down on grass and to wear the ragged barks of trees than to live amongst one’s relations when reduced to poverty.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “We should not feel pride in our charity, austerity, valour, scriptural knowledge, modestyandmorality for the world is full of the rarest gems.”

We should not feel pride in our charity, austerity, valour, scriptural knowledge, modestyandmorality for the world is full of the rarest gems.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Wicked ones are like fire. Even if pu on hea, they burn only. They do not leave unhurt even their well – wishers and benefactors.”

Wicked ones are like fire. Even if pu on hea, they burn only. They do not leave unhurt even their well – wishers and benefactors.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Do not pass between two brahmanas, between a brahmana and his sacrificial fire, between a wife and her husband, a master and his servant, and a plough and an ox.”

Do not pass between two brahmanas, between a brahmana and his sacrificial fire, between a wife and her husband, a master and his servant, and a plough and an ox.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “The king shall singly deliberate over secret matters; for ministers have their own ministers, and these latter some of their own; this kind of successive line of ministers tends to the disclosure of counsels.”

The king shall singly deliberate over secret matters; for ministers have their own ministers, and these latter some of their own; this kind of successive line of ministers tends to the disclosure of counsels.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “How well u treat the wicked people, they do nto give up their wickedness. They derive pleasure in hurting others. A serpent made to drink milk, it ejects poison only.”

How well u treat the wicked people, they do nto give up their wickedness. They derive pleasure in hurting others. A serpent made to drink milk, it ejects poison only.

— Chanakya



Chanakya Quote: “It is better to die than to preserve this life by incurring disgrace. The loss of life causes but a moment’s grief, but disgrace brings grief every day of one’s life.”

It is better to die than to preserve this life by incurring disgrace. The loss of life causes but a moment’s grief, but disgrace brings grief every day of one’s life.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “My dear child, if you desire to be free from the cycle of birth and death, then abandon the objects of sense gratification as poison. Drink instead the nectar of forbearance, upright conduct, mercy, cleanliness and truth.”

My dear child, if you desire to be free from the cycle of birth and death, then abandon the objects of sense gratification as poison. Drink instead the nectar of forbearance, upright conduct, mercy, cleanliness and truth.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “There is poison in the fang of the serpent, in the mouth of the fly and in the sting of a scorpion; but the wicked man is saturated with it.”

There is poison in the fang of the serpent, in the mouth of the fly and in the sting of a scorpion; but the wicked man is saturated with it.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “The poor wish for wealth; animals for the faculty of speech; men wish for heaven; and godly persons for liberation.”

The poor wish for wealth; animals for the faculty of speech; men wish for heaven; and godly persons for liberation.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “The demerits of our own people bringh infamiy. Their disgrace is our own disgrace. That is why infamy os such people relly hurts. It is desifrable that the ruler or the administrator may work in a way that such disgraceful conduct may not occur.”

The demerits of our own people bringh infamiy. Their disgrace is our own disgrace. That is why infamy os such people relly hurts. It is desifrable that the ruler or the administrator may work in a way that such disgraceful conduct may not occur.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “If one limb of the body is defected or inflicted with, disease, the whole feels tha pai. Some way if any department, minister or official of the state is faulty, the whole country is effected. An administrator should try hard to curb it.”

If one limb of the body is defected or inflicted with, disease, the whole feels tha pai. Some way if any department, minister or official of the state is faulty, the whole country is effected. An administrator should try hard to curb it.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Offspring, friends and relatives flee from a devotee of the Lord: yet those who follow him bring merit to their families through their devotion.”

Offspring, friends and relatives flee from a devotee of the Lord: yet those who follow him bring merit to their families through their devotion.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Eschew wicked company and associate with saintly persons. Acquire virtue day and night, and always meditate on that which is eternal forgetting that which is temporary.”

Eschew wicked company and associate with saintly persons. Acquire virtue day and night, and always meditate on that which is eternal forgetting that which is temporary.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “It is narual for enemy to attack on the weaker side of the adversary.”

It is narual for enemy to attack on the weaker side of the adversary.

— Chanakya


Chanakya Quote: “Chankaya is referring there to the probibition of entry of the untrustworthy in the counsel-room. Disloyal persons foolishly speak out the secrets of the counsel not knowing the harmful effects of the same. Disclosing the secrets of the counsel mars the welfare of the country.”

Chankaya is referring there to the probibition of entry of the untrustworthy in the counsel-room. Disloyal persons foolishly speak out the secrets of the counsel not knowing the harmful effects of the same. Disclosing the secrets of the counsel mars the welfare of the country.

— Chanakya

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