Chanakya, also known as Kautilya, was an Indian statesman, philosopher, chief advisor and Prime Minister to the first Emperor of the Mauryan dynasty...
Category - Chanakya Neeti
Chanakya was by no means a handsome man. In fact his critics have often described him as being ugly. What he lacked in beauty, Chanakya made up with a concoction of creativity, intelligence, intellect, rationality, education, geopolitics, finesse, and many other traits never seen instilled in one man before. His brilliant personality brought medieval India out of the darkness and into one of the most highly acclaimed rules of the country.
This compilation of Chanakya’s work are as valid in today’s world for the common man as they were for an ordinary man’s son who was molded into one of the greatest kings of Ancient India.
Chanakya is called “Machiaville of India” due to his political wisdom and diplomatic skills in empire building. But many, including the late Prime Minister of India, Jawahar Lal Nehru rated Chanakya several times more clever and superior political leader.