Chanakya in Daily Life: Book Review


Book Blurb of Chanakya in Daily Life

Life is unpredictable and full of challenges. One wrong step and everything can come crashing down. In such a scenario, one often wishes for a roadmap of life, but how is that possible? Bestselling author Radhakrishnan Pillai’s much-anticipated book, Chanakya in Daily Life, will help you navigate the rough seas of life and stay on course.

Covering all aspects of life from the personal to the professional, it will tell you everything from how to begin your day to how to end it, how to choose the right job, stay financially secure, have a happy married life, raise your children the right way, achieve the perfect work-life balance and much more. Like always, Pillai decodes and simplifies the visionary king-maker Chanakya’s teachings from the Arthashastra and Chanakya Niti to provide solutions for any problem that might crop up in any aspect of your life. Thus, Chanakya in Daily Life is the perfect guru who expects only one thing from the shishya—a willingness to learn.

Book Review

“Chanakya in Daily Life” is the another nonfiction self-help book by RadhaKrishnan Pillai. The book deals with the teachings of Chanakya with easy and descriptive explanations.

The language of the book is easy and this makes it easy to connect. The author talks about simple things in a logical way, making the book an interesting read. Consider some simple yet deep one liners written in the book.

There is a chance that while doing good work you may be confronted by moral conflicts. You may start questioning the concept of ‘good’ and ‘bad’. (Page- 83)

We all go through this dilemma. Whoever has started any business or something new, will agree with this line.

There are also a lot of lines that give incentive to the hidden life. Consider this,

I am not suggesting that everyone gets the opportunity to build a massive architectural structure. But you must try to make whatever is given to you more beautiful. (Page- 116)

Mr. Pillai did a commendable work keeping the language easy to read and comprehend. Even with simple words, his questions are intriguing. Consider this-

How many books do you have at home? (Page- 245)

This question appears too easy to read, well answering it will make bring other questions! That’s the beauty.

The book is a must read for answering questions and patterns to have a better lifestyle and a contented life. It is a worthy self-improvement book. Overall, a must-read nonfiction.

 

Well, I’m taking this quote back home 😉

The best way to understand food is to make it yourself. Become a chef for a day (Page- 52)

The book cover and title are both unique and catchy.

Don’t think twice before buying a copy.

Purchase your copy here, Chanakya in Daily Life: Amazon.in

 

If you want to read more books of this genre, I’d recommend you to start with Who will cry when you die? by Robin Sharma

About the Author

Radhakrishnan Pillai is the bestselling author of Corporate Chanakya, among many other widely read books. In this book, Chanakya in Daily Life, Pillai simplifies the teachings of Chanakya and shows us how we can use them in daily life in an easy-to-follow manner.
Pillai is revered across the country not only as an author but also as a motivational speaker. This book is highly anticipated by all his followers as it is the first one that covers topics outside of one’s professional life and has a holistic approach towards helping the reader tackle problems that they face on every front.

Book Cover source, http://Amazon.in


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