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- A certain brahmana (Canakya) will betray the trust of King Nanda and his eight sons and will destroy their dynasty. In their absence the Mauryas will rule the world as the age of Kali continues
- According to Canakya Pandita one who has no mother and the wife is not obedient, such a home is as good as living in the desert
- According to Canakya Pandita, women are generally not very intelligent and therefore not trustworthy
- Canakya Pandita has advised, visvaso naiva kartavyah strisu raja-kulesu ca: "There are two persons one should not trust - a politician and a woman"
- Canakya Pandita has also advised that if one has a wife like a sly fox, he must immediately give up his life at home and go to the forest
- Canakya Pandita has said na kascid kasyacid mitro na kascid kasyacid ripuh, vyavaharena jayante: "Who is friend and who is enemy, it can be understood by the behavior"
- Canakya Pandita said that "Both of them (the snake and the envious man) envious, but the envious man is more dangerous than the envious snake." Why? "Now, because the snake can be brought into submission by herbs and mantra"
- Canakya Pandita says if you have got some money, it will be spent up. In your life or your next life, your son's life, it will be spent up. Vinase niyate sati, that is the nature's way
- Canakya Pandita says that even a slight fraction of time cannot be purchased with millions of dollars, and therefore even a moment of time lost without profit must be calculated as the greatest loss in life
- Canakya Pandita says that if an honest person deals with a great cheater, it is necessary for him to become a cheater also, not for the purpose of cheating but to make his preaching successful
- Canakya Pandita says that the cuckoo bird, although very black, is beautiful because of its sweet voice. Similarly, a woman becomes beautiful by her chastity and faithfulness to her husband
- Canakya Pandita was a great politician, prime minister, in India, about three thousand years ago, when Candragupta was the emperor. It was about contemporary to Alexander the Great in the Greek history
- Canakya Pandita was not a..., he was a religious brahmana, but he was not for salvation - he was more or less politician
- Canakya Pandita, he was great politician, he is advising that if you have got money, spend it for Krsna. Don't keep it. Spend it for Krsna. Why? It will be spoiled. Today or tomorrow. Somebody will take and spoil it. Better, if you spend it for Krsna
- Canakya Pandita, the great moral instructor, says, matr-vat para-daresu. Thus not only a person in the renounced order or one engaged in devotional service but everyone should avoid mingling with women. One should consider another's wife his mother
- Even in the Middle Ages, Maharaja Candragupta was guided by the learned brahmana Canakya Pandita
- Even in the ordinary moral codes (maintained by Canakya Pandita, the great politician and moralist) there is no harm in taking lessons from a person who may be by birth less than a sudra. This is one part of the answer
- If a man finds a woman who is from an inferior family but who has good qualities, he can accept such a brilliant wife, as advised by Sri Canakya Pandita
- In the Canakya-sloka, the moral instructions of Canakya Pandita, it is said that if a husband and wife are always satisfied with one another, then the goddess of fortune automatically comes
- It is said by Canakya Pandita that a father is an enemy when he is too much in debt, a mother is an enemy if she marries for a second time, a wife is an enemy when she is very beautiful, and a son is an enemy when he is a foolish rascal
- It is said by Canakya Pandita that a rascal appears very intelligent as long as he does not speak. But speaking is the test
- It is said by Canakya Pandita that a rascal appears very intelligent as long as he does not speak. But speaking is the test. The so-called silence of a silent impersonalist svami indicates that he has nothing to say; he simply wants to beg
- It is said by Canakya Pandita that life is certainly short for everyone, but if one acts properly, his reputation will remain for a generation
- It is said by Canakya Pandita that there are two envious living entities - the snake and the envious man
- The brahmana Canakya was his (Maharaja Candragupta's) unpaid prime minister
- The envious man is more dangerous than a snake because a snake can be subdued by charming mantras or by some herbs, but an envious person cannot be pacified by any means
- The following moral instruction by the great politician Canakya Pandita is very meaningful
- The great learned scholar Canakya Pandita says that whatever one has in his possession had better be spent for the cause of sat, or the Supreme Personality of Godhead, because one cannot take his possessions with him
- There must be brahmanas who are independent. Canakya Pandita, whose name is still, still celebrated, he was prime minister of Maharaja Candragupta, but he was not accepting a single paisa as salary
- This brahmana will enthrone Candragupta, whose son will be named Varisara. The son of Varisara will be Asokavardhana