Kautilya Quotes

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Kautilya Quotes By George R R Martin: If you need help bark like a dog." If you need help bark like a dog." - Gendry.
"That's stupid. If I need help I'll shout help." - Arya — George R R Martin
Kautilya Quotes By Wendy Doniger: Kautilya makes Machiavelli look like Mother Teresa Kautilya makes Machiavelli look like Mother Teresa — Wendy Doniger
Kautilya Quotes By Janet Evanovich: Life is a journey, not a destination," Emerson Life is a journey, not a destination," Emerson said. "One must live in the moment. — Janet Evanovich
Kautilya Quotes By John Milton: Spirits when they please Can either sex assume, Spirits when they please Can either sex assume, or both. — John Milton
Kautilya Quotes By Kautilya: The arrow shot by the archer may or The arrow shot by the archer may or may not kill a single person. But stratagems devised by wise men can kill even babes in the womb. — Kautilya
Kautilya Quotes By Kautilya: for in the absence of a magistrate (dandadharabhave), for in the absence of a magistrate (dandadharabhave), the strong will swallow the weak; but under his protection, the weak resist the strong. — Kautilya
Kautilya Quotes By Robert Greene: Those who seek to achieve things should show Those who seek to achieve things should show no mercy. Kautilya, Indian philosopher third century B.C. OBSERVANCE — Robert Greene
Kautilya Quotes By Janelle Jalbert: Follow your bliss and let the magic of Follow your bliss and let the magic of life happen. — Janelle Jalbert
Kautilya Quotes By Lauren Groff: One can't be goof if one can't see One can't be goof if one can't see the sun. And what does it mean to be human if you can't end your life better than how it began. — Lauren Groff
Kautilya Quotes By Chris Cogan: Reality blithely ignores the lies we tell ourselves Reality blithely ignores the lies we tell ourselves about it. — Chris Cogan
Kautilya Quotes By Dan Millman: Knowing what to do is not usually the Knowing what to do is not usually the problem; the elusive goal becomes translating intentions into action and resolutions into results. — Dan Millman