Chanakya Niti: According to Acharya Chanakya, if snake stands up, even if it is not poisonous, it is enough to make man afraid of the snake.
Chanakya Niti: Everyone was impressed by Acharya Chanakya’s acumen and intelligence. This is the reason for him that he started being called Kautilya. He became known as a skilled politician, shrewd diplomat, criminal economist. He composed Niti Shastra and through this, has told many important things based on his knowledge and experience. Also, he has said about the evil people that such people, who expose the imperfections of other people to other people, also get destroyed by that small ant. The way a snake dies in ants dunes. Apart from this, he has also brought attention to many other important things.
The policies described by Acharya Chanakya are relevant even today. You should also know the special features of Chanakya policy –
this is the best medicine
Amrit is the best medicine according to Chanakya policy. Good food is the best pleasure in sense pleasure. The eye is superior in all the senses and similarly the forehead is superior in all parts of the body.
According to Acharya Chanakya, whose scolding does not create fear in the front and after being happy, who does not give anything to the front. He can neither protect nor control anyone. What can such a man do?
Enough to create fear in the mind
the Chanakya policy says that if the snake stands its fun, even if it is not poisonous, then it is enough to create fear in the mind of the person in front. Here it does not matter whether it is poisonous or not.
Such people get destroyed
Chanakya policy says that such evil people who go around exposing other people’s secret flaws to other people, they are destroyed in the same way that a snake dies by going in the ants dunes.
they will get glory like Indra
According to Acharya Chanakya, you will get the same glory as Indra if you make a garland around your god’s neck with your hands. If you wear sandalwood for your God with your hands and if you write holy texts with your own hands.