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Corruption Prevention Measures Recommended by Kautilya

Corruption Prevention Measures Recommended by Kautilya

Pohekar Priti

Abstract


Corruption is all-pervading phenomena. Today, it is observed that the world is going through the problem. The malady of corruption prevailed in all periods of history; i.e. ancient, medieval, modern. It can be said that history of corruption is as old as the history of mankind. The purpose of this research paper is to investigate the remedies of corruption as was suggested in Kautilyas Arthashastra.

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Corruption; remedies of corruption; Kautilya Arthashastra

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KANGLE R.P., KAUTLIYA ARTHASHASTRA, MAHARASHTRA RAJYA SAHITYA SANSKRITI MANDAL, PUNE, 1982, PP. 98


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