Chanakya niti pdf download in hindi and english: Chanakya is a well known figure in the Indian history who was an ancient Indian teacher, philosopher, economist, jurist and royal advisor. He is also known as a Vishnugupta or kautilya, Angal, Vatsyayan.
It is assumed that Chanakya was born in Takshashila in 350 BC and died around 283 BC. He has done pioneering work in the field of political science and economics in India. His father was Chank who was a great teacher.
Chanakya niti pdf download
Chanakya’s father Chanak used to work for Dhananand who was a corrupt leader and one day he murdered Chanak by seeing all this and he ran away from Magadha to Takshila and completed his studies there.
One day Chanakya returned to Magadha and challenged Dhanananda for dethrone and made one of his talented students Chandragupta Maurya, the king of Magadha.
The main purpose of chanakya neeti was to pass on the knowledge on various aspects of life.
The journey of chanakya life is very inspirational and also full of struggle and hard work. By reading the chankya niti one can learn the various aspects of politics in his personal and social life.
This book contains various Chanakya’s powerful strategies and principles in a very simple manner for the benefit of readers that is used to rule a kingdom and is also useful in the modern era as well.
Chanakya niti pdf book details
- Book Name –chanakya niti book pdf
- Format– PDF
- Size– mb
- Page- 352
- Subject– chanakya neeti
- Language– English and Hindi
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