Chanakya was an Indian teacher, philosopher, economist, jurist and royal advisor. Arthasastra was authored by Chanakya. Kautilya and Vishnu Gupta are the other names of Chanakya. Also, Chanakya assisted the first Mauryan emperor Chandragupta in the rise to his power. In addition, he served his son Bindusara. As the history speaks, in all the four versions like Buddhist, Jain, Kashmiri & Vishakadatta’s, he insulted by Nanda King. This made Chanakya to destroy him. After killing Nandas, he introduced Chandragupta as King.
Furthermore, Chanakya used to mix small doses of poison in Chandragupta’s food to make him immune to poisoning attempts. Several modern adaptations of the legend of Chanakya narrate his story in a semi-fictional form, extending these legends. An English-language book titled Chanakya on Management contains 216 sutras on Raja-neeti, each of which has been translated and commented upon. While he is the pioneer of the field of political science and economics in India.