Chanakya Niti: Key to happy life

It is true that nobody can change the past. But, some people keep thinking about what happened in the past and end up ruining their present and future.

According to Acharya Chanakya, a person who is always worried about whatever happened in the past can never be happy. One should learn from their past and move ahead in life.

He says, every person should make sure that he doesn’t repeat the mistakes committed in the past. Staying upset about something that happened will not serve any purpose.

Similarly, people should not get upset about some predictions that may happen in future.

Chanakya says, predicting future is impossible and there are high chances that the prophesies may prove false. Hence, a man should not worry about the past or the future and live in the present. Following this principle will keep a man happy throughout his life.

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Save your soul - Chanakya Niti

A man is born alone and dies alone; and he experiences the good and bad consequences of his karma alone; and he goes alone to hell or the Supreme abode. - Chanakya

Every person born on this earth has to die one day. According to Chanakya, a man is great by deeds, not by birth.

He says, as long as your body is healthy and under control and death is distant, try to save your soul; when death is imminent what can you do?

In order to keep the soul healthy one should indulge in good deeds and one should not trouble others. He says, once a person losses his health he cannot do anything and after death only a person's deeds are remembered.
Hence, once should always do good deeds and serve other people.

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About Chanakya ( Vishnu Gupta )

The Great Chanakya is considered one of the great planner of all time. With a goal to establish an empire that provide good governance for entire India and abolish non-sence of "Dhanananda" He has exhibited an excellent planning skills, tought us how to manage a "Greed & Fear". He has not only achieved the goal, but transformed lives of many with establishment of efficient governance systems.

Birth and Origin: Chanakya (c.350 - c.275 BC), also known as Anshul or Anshu or Kauṭilya or Vishnugupta was born in a family of either Brahmin or Baniya as the son of Acharya Chanak in Pataliputra, Magadh (Modern day Patna, Bihar, India. Chanakya enjoyed the best education of the time, in Nalanda. Then he is said to have taught in Takshasilâ which had established itself as a place of learning. The school had by that time existed for more than five centuries and attracted students from all over the ancient world. The Kingdom of Magadha maintained contact with Takshasilâ. Chanakya's life was connected to these two cities, Pataliputra and Takshasilâ. According to Jaina accounts, Chānakya was born in the village of Caṇaka in the Golla district to Caṇin and Caṇeśvarī, a Mag brahmin couple.

"Duniya ki sabse badi Rajniti jisne ek sadharan se se yuvak ko dharti se uthakaraakash par pahuncha diya"

Legend

  • Chanakya was born with a complete set of teeth, a sign that he would become king, which is inappropriate for a Brahmin like Chanakya. Chāṇakya's teeth were therefore broken and it was prophesied that he will rule through another.
  • The Nanda King throws Chānakya out of his court, prompting Chānakya to swear revenge.
  • Chānakya searches for one worthy for him to rule through. Chānakya encounters a young Chandragupta Maurya who is a born leader even as a child. Chanakya established monarchial system in ancient historical times in India. He may be main architect to groom a child, but his means to reach power were manipulative and secretive.
  • Chānakya's initial attempt to overthrow Nanda fails, whereupon he comes across a mother scolding her child for burning himself by eating from the middle of a bun or bowl of porridge rather than the cooler edge. Chāṇakya realizes his initial strategic error and, instead of attacking the heart of Nanda territory, slowly chips away at its edges.
  • Chānakya changed his alliance with the mountain king Parvata due to his obstinacy and non-adherence to the principles of the treaty as agreed.
  • Chānakya enlists the services of a fanatical weaver to rid the kingdom of rebels.
  • Chānakya adds poison to the food eaten by Chandragupta Maurya, now king, in order to make him immune.Unaware, Chandragupta feeds some of his food to his queen, who is in her ninth month of pregnancy. In order to save the heir to the throne, Chānakya cuts the queen open and extracts the foetus, who is named Bindusara because he was touched by a drop (bindu) of blood having poison.
  • Chānakya's political rivalry with Subandhu leads to his death.

Death

When Bindusara was in his youth, Chandragupta gave up the throne and followed the Jain saint Bhadrabahu to present day Karnataka and settled in the place of Shravana Belagola. He lived as an ascetic for some years and died of voluntary starvation according to Jain tradition.
Chanakya meanwhile stayed as the administrator of Bindusara. Bindusara also had a minister named Subandhu who did not like Chanakya. One day he told Bindusara that Chanakya was responsible for the murder of his mother. Bindusara asked the nurses who confirmed this story and he became very angry with Chanakya. But, he then came to know why the great soul did so. but there is no real truth find that what are the causes of his death.