Chanakya Niti: According to Acharya Chanakya, snake bites contain poison. There is poison in the mouth of insects. The sting of a scorpion contains poison, but the wicked person is completely full of poison.
Chanakya Niti: Chanakya Niti is a collection of policies of Acharya Chanakya, which is equally relevant today. Chanakya policy has told important things in relation to identity and success in life from friend-to-enemy to enemy. Acharya Chanakya is known as a skilled politician, shrewd diplomatist, ecclesiastical economist. On the basis of his knowledge and experience in Niti Shastra, he has told many important things to face every situation of life and not to get distracted in happiness and misery and has also told many mantras to achieve success. Through the Chanakya policy, he has said that if nature is good, then no other virtue is needed. If there is fame, then what is the need for the decking. If there is knowledge, then what is the need for wealth? You also know these special things of Acharya Chanakya –
live with good habits of births
In Niti Shastra, Acharya Chanakya has told that good habits of previous births like charity, learning, and tapa continue in this birth also, because all births are connected with a chain.
Should Revert Help From Others
Acharya Chanakya says that we should return the help we have received from others. Similarly, if someone has done wickedness to us, then we should also do wickedness to him. There is no sin in doing this.
There is nothing above asceticism.
Chanakya Niti says that the thing which appears far away, which appears impossible, which appears beyond our reach, can also be easily attained if we meditate because There is nothing above tenacity.
Nothing is more sinful than condemnation
It is said in Niti Shastra that what can be worse than greed. But what is a greater sin than condemnation? What is needed is the truth to be meditated. Whose heart is pure, what is the need for a pilgrimage? If nature is good, then what other qualities are needed. If there is fame, then what is the need for the decking. If the behaviour is knowledge, then what is the need for wealth, and if there is humiliation, then what is not awful with death?
a wicked person is full of poison.
Acharya Chanakya says that there is poison in snakebite. There is poison in the mouth of insects. The sting of a scorpion contains poison, but the wicked person is completely full of poison.