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Chanakya - Hindi: The Epitome Of Timeless Hindu Wisdom Biren Trivedi

Chanakya - Hindi: The Epitome Of Timeless Hindu Wisdom

Biren Trivedi

Published January 17th 2015
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This is a fixed format book in Hindi. Love your language.Feel IndiaSome people see Chanakya as a teacher, some as an economist, some as a diplomat, some regard him as a political strategist while some prefer to see him as a King maker, some as theMoreThis is a fixed format book in Hindi. Love your language.Feel IndiaSome people see Chanakya as a teacher, some as an economist, some as a diplomat, some regard him as a political strategist while some prefer to see him as a King maker, some as the Minister of the Maurya kingdom, some admire him for his determination, commitment and selflessness towards his motherland, whereas some consider him a little bit of everything of these and still when some consider him to be all of the above......all of these remains incomplete and insufficient understanding of Chanakya.Whereas Chanakya was definitely all of the above, he was however still much more and beyond all of these with essential cutting edge capabilities which granted him special place and position in entire history as a crafty Master who perfected the art of living as per Sanatan Vedic Dharma, the Hindu way of life.We are presenting Chanakya here in a new light. If we want to understand Chanakya correctly, in true nature and spirit then we really will have to understand his title, his designation i.e. Acharya, he was Acharya ChanakyaAs per the system of designation and hierarchy prevailing in the educational institutions in present times, the designation of Principal of a school or a college can be equated with that of an Acharya, however though this is just for the sake of understanding. The term Acharya is very clearly defined in the Hindu scriptures. The definition of Acharya is : An individual who collects, co-ordinates and studies the thoughts, ideas and concepts found in the Vedas and the Upnaishads, implements that in his life - lives his life according to that and then propagates that amongst other people is an Acharya Every Acharya is essentially a teacher but all teachers cannot be an Acharya, there is a qualitative difference in terms of mental capabilities and other aspects of human potential.Spiritualism is the root of every subject. Chanakya had an access and command over that knowledge of the Vedas and the Upanishads which is composed of the finest and purely real wisdom mankind has ever known. Acharya Chanakya was able to extract and drink the juice, the nectar....the cup of wisdom from the Vedas and the Upanishads that made him capable of perfecting the art of living, be it the practical wisdom of day-to-day living to crafting effective political policies and war strategies which has a quality of timelessness and that which is universal in nature.Acharya Chanakya has talked about some ointment which when applied in the eyes makes a man capable of night vision. An ointment when applied on the wound of a soldier, the wound heals very fast. Just a morsel of food makes a soldier fight a battle for days together without his regular food. A few years back, this was being researched by a scientist of a very reputed defense research organization of India. Therefore, Acharya Chanakya is the epitome of timeless Hindu wisdom and the master of art of living.The cover page of this book Chanakya carries the colour saffron with a red tint in it. Saffron color symbolizes purity, truth and selfless sacrifice. the color red stands of for fighting spirit, energy and dynamism. This reflects and co-relates with the personality of Chanakya very well. Chanakyas portrait on the cover page is also very striking. this picture of Chanakya with a raised hand challenging to confront is very well-known. However, still this portrait on the title is specially painted for this book and is of superior quality. If we look at it a bit closely then we will find that the difference is in the eyes of Chanakaya. Chanakyas eyes in this portrait is made to breathe fire and this itself is the essential difference in quality in this portrait. It is painted that way very thoughtfully.