Kautilya's political theory: Yogakshema, the concept of welfare state
Presentation of the thesis that the concept of welfare state originated in India; study with special reference to Arthaśāstra, treatise on state and society, by Kauṭalya.
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The Concept of State
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According to Kautilya activities administration agriculture Ancient India ancient Indian Arjuna Artha artisans Aryan Banarasidas basic Bhaga Bhagvad Gita Brahma Brahmacharya Brahmanas citizens common concept of welfare concept of Yogakshema crisis Danda Deihi Delhi Dharma Dharmashastra duty economic employer ensure fixed freedom functions happiness Hindu human Ibid idea of welfare ideal important in-charge individual industries interest justice Kama Kangle Kautilya believed Kautilya emphasised Kautilya's Arthashastra Kautilyan concept Kautilyan Yogakshema king king's labour land M.M. Sankhdher Machiavelli Mahabharata manufacture marriage material ministers Mlecchas modern welfare Moksha moral organisation person production profit promotion prosperity protect punished Purohita realisation regulated responsibility revenue role rules Sanyasi Shudras Shulka slave social security society subjects Sukra superintendent taxes thinkers trade treasury University of Delhi Varanasi various Varnas Vartta Vedas Vedic village wages weights and measures well-being