Today’s thought: Want to defeat the enemy without fighting? Learn Chanakya Niti > Tezzbuzz

Acharya Chanakya, who has made the enemies stunned by his policies, has described many things in his policy book i.e. Chanakya Niti to make the life of man successful. He tells about avenging the insult and defeating the enemy through a verse. let’s know An enemy who is strong in reverse and evil in reverse
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Today’s thought: Want to defeat the enemy without fighting?  Learn Chanakya Niti > Tezzbuzz

Acharya Chanakya, who has made the enemies stunned by his policies, has described many things in his policy book i.e. Chanakya Niti to make the life of man successful. He tells about avenging the insult and defeating the enemy through a verse. let’s know

An enemy who is strong in reverse and evil in reverse is equal in strength to himself in humility or strength

  • In this verse, Acharya says that it is very important for a man to have complete knowledge about his enemy. Because if the enemy is weak or strong, then policy cannot be made against him.
  • They say that if the enemy is more powerful than you, then to defeat him, one should behave accordingly. At the same time, if the nature of the enemy is evil, he is a deceiver, then to defeat him, he should behave against him, that is, against him.
  • Also Chanakya says that if the enemy is equal to you, then he should be defeated humbly or with force. He says that before striking with a weapon, he should entrap his policies in the net, so that he cannot leave even if he wants to.
  • Regarding insult, Chanakya says that when insulted, one should keep silent and smile at the person who insults. They say that silence is the greatest weapon. In the state of silence, the person in front does not know about your situation.
  • Despite being humiliated by Nanda Maharaj, Chanakya did not become furious and continued his work by observing silence and ousted Nanda from the throne and made Chandragupta the emperor.