BeschreibungBy writing "Arthashastra" and "Nitishastra", Chanakya has become a never ending phenomenon. Chanakya's Niti-shastra is this great court pandit's second most famous work. Niti is variously translated as "the science of morality", "common sense", "expediencey" or "ethics". Hence Sri Chanakya Niti-shastra contains sagacious ancient Indian wisdom that may be applied in our daily affairs with profit.
In other words, Chanakya herewith teaches us how to be happy in mundane life. He has truly guided the generations with his wisdom.It would ideally suit the closing of the life of Chanakya with a couple of quotations by Chanakya.
"The secret task of a king is to strive for the welfare of his people incessantly. The administration of the kingdom is his religious duty. His greatest gift would be to treat all as equals."
"The happiness of the commoners is the happiness of the king. Their welfare is his welfare. A king should never think of his personal interest or welfare, but should try to find his joy in the joy of his subjects."
These words were written 2300 years ago by Chanakya, the expert statesman and wise sage. And Chanakya is also another name for courage and perseverance.