Using Chanakya's wisdom for research and modern big data applications
Karol BaghNew Delhi, DEL 110005, I.N.
Chanakya was a teacher, economist, philosopher, and royal advisor from ancient India. Traditional accounts identify him as Kautilya or Vishnugupta, author of the Arthashastra, an Indian political treatise of the 4th and 3rd centuries BCE. His work is considered an important precursor to classical economics in India as he is known as the father of political science and economics.
His writings are famous even in today’s world and he inspires political and economic theories.
We will follow his wisdom in today’s data revolution.
His words describe how important is to research before taking any action:
“He who is prepared for the future and he who deals cleverly with any situation that may arise are both happy, but the fatalistic man who wholly depends on luck is ruined.”
“A person who cannot decide his goal, simply cannot win.”
“A person who is aware of future troubles, and fight against them with his intelligence will be always happy. And a person you remains inactive (without working ) waiting for good days to come will destroy his own life.”
“Once a man’s ambition is kindled, nothing can stop him. For a businessman, no country can be too far. For a wise man, there is no such thing as a foreign land. He is at home wherever he goes.”
“Skills are called hidden treasure as they save like a mother in a foreign country.”
“Don’t judge the future of a person based on his present conditions, because time has the power to change black coal to shiny diamond.”