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KKFA
tlio

Artha^astia of Kautal>a, iiiwhuh aie m< ludod the ne^t fave ArihiLaianas only, in oid< thai it miy bi ccjnal in si^o to the fiist
is

This

tin

MX OIK pnfr of
I

When
I)i
rl

umio M>soio

this volume was ibout io be published, a olio's edition, ol the Aithibistia pnbhbhed at to hand, tht itudmo^ ol \vhuh, is well as
cdilioti,
is

cupj of Lahore, of the

(onipuod with those


<)s

of:

the

Tuvandmun

i'<htion, will }>o I^IACU

an appendix to the thud part Di 'K>ll)'s uitioductLoii deals with many (j^nestious conNVe bh\U coiisulei some of liib aigunictc<l with the \voik inonts 3n siip)>oit of Ins thoonofe, as T,lftO of others utuiodto

111

the closin

\eise of the hr^L

\\

li<nn th< closing vris<

<>I

HH^ Lonbh diaptn oi


\

^*l<$

\\

*Hid iioni the* tv\o st iu/as

tli(

fc

end

of the
|

woi

k,

II

U
a-*

w<

of

as tho pioductioii of Ch"ipiopci (h if it should bo itiidod tins Visluiuoupta, .1 coutem]v^iai\ oi Chandia&upta nak> Mmiva Hut Dih Wint 01 nit/, Jolly uul KciUi, hola tint Uio AiilLioastni \\.isnuttlie ] nod IK 1 1011 of a poison naine<i K lut ilya, a contenipoian of lliandia^upta Maa^a, on the followin in the \\oik to the gi cat (i) noieieienci is made hive been built up ( mpiio oi ('luuicli iupU, A\huli 3^ *>a<l to is the name Pltdijmtia noi b> Ch in.ik\M (Di \Vinloinits5), (Di Tolly )i tlio capital oi tin <mpn<>, imiilion <^
i

iiom UK i Kl thit quotations <ited nudci all found in tlu woik iiifolyi 01 Kant illya me
li

is

tlie
it

mint

i^ctuiU-

jj

(n) the theone-* propounded lefei i it her to the o a numbei of small independent stiles than oi nance gcvsei a great empuo like tljat ot Chandiagupta, (Di \VmteimU)
(111)

dining the time ot


tioned

no gioat person named

Ivairtaly^
is

did t/\st

is

ib Kantal>a, not the author, because, the opinion of Kautah i in the oouisc ot the discussion of imnistenil usuipxtion, dealt with the si\th chapter of the Yogaviitta Adhikiiam v- cim

Chandiagupta by Megasthones, (Di .foil}), (iv) the poison lefened to frequently

Maiuya, as ho

not nun

ci&od

ai b> Bhaiadva^a, and, it is impossible, if Kintal \ ^ that his would be 01 .ticisul work, opinion by a pievious Achaiya, (Di Keith), (v) the \\oid K.atitilya meaning a& it does fxlsthKxl md hypoci ifey could not pob&ibl> have been idoj>ted a*the name of the famous mimstei of Ohiudiagtiptt (Dis kcitli nnd

the authoi of the

Let ab

iiryw consider these

aiguments

to the firbt, it m^y be said that the authoi could have icferied to the empue of his o\vn making, cithei (n) in the eouisc* ot the \\oik, aa an illustration, 01 (b) at tlie beginning or end ot the \voil., when ht. mates himself Ol the-so two positions, the fiist is not po-^ibk foi, Iviiowii a in jeneril tieatise on the science of pohty it is but propei tor an authoi to quote as authoi it> the go\emmeiit ot aiicitsnt kings well known to Itihasas, instead ot the one ot his own making, lest he should be deemed as pinsuiq hitnAs tor the second, the authoi can be siid to tefei to scH. ^ the empiie of Chandragvipte, when he sijs at the ond ot 111 the sloka,
iejt>a,id
,

With

\\'

theempae of the Nandas

tlmt tliat person

is

the author of the ^oik,

thib it maybe infeiied that reteience is also uciade to the place \\heie he lived, vi/ It \vill be noted here that the authoi ue\ei Patahputra whenever he fmds tails to make mention of towns and cities, of he Magadha, Mathma, speaka neces&ity to do so, as *vhen cotton o sourceb silk, as the ^nnd other good* If etc the courffe of the work, Jt i*. Jb not mentioned

from

Mho pulled do\\n

Pata-hputia because there

is

no

context for

it,

of

The them a*, eminent debCiibed ue a& mu<h go\ applicable to ^ i>it it ae> to bmall and Bt sides th empire independent states the on mutual duties ot authoi dwells ebpecjaliy empeiot and bubject kings 111 the fifteenth and sixteenth chapteis oi the bovcnth Adhikaiana Tho thiid aigument cannot be accepted How c^i tlic ice old ot Mogasthenes which i* admittedly a miactuie of ie.t? xn<l imumaiy statements, be an arithoi it\ on a sulrjtxi \vhuh itself is not mentioned therein? Gi anting that Mts-is

The beeond argument

not conclusne

does not neccs-*aiil\ follow thai If ihis recordho should have mentioned that name ens itu ]ossiblci that Megabtheiies canie to Indi\ niaaj 3 tull hi eitv wawhou oi the d< ith Chandragupta Kautaija v KautiU name oi \\ith the ami when the events connected begin to tade .rwajr fiom the memoiv of the Mibjtt>-. meie lit u-ry Again, he might ha\e heaid o KautaH x fiom he him o much know might not lia^e an<i be/ause he did not 4aied to sty anything icgaidmg him Thus the probabilities bemg moic foi not mennoiunu slid tlu name ot Kautal>a by Me^asthenes, ho\\ can it be Thoutoi tame to kno^n is that the mighty Kautalyi -\\ho in the > iKUi<ls of \oais and ^ hose exploits aie recorded shnu Vayu and othei authontative Put anas did not exist s chum" the time of Chandiagupta^ Di folU's aigument is tantamourt l.a as it based on the account* of Magabthenes Indian an tisolving problems concerning to saying that, to be icguded i- *> uuiiiob even the siloiiceof Megasthenes is It further implies an utter disiegiid ot Dicce ot eMdenee Purani YSju eiHincut authoiitieb -ih the Yishrw su<li etc Guiana, K am mdaklya NItisaia Foi Kautaha TJrc tourtlr argument is not correct K>th it is said b> Bi not ti ilicistd heie by Bharadv3>i c.theifirst the MO^S o s usiwl tol enters either to htate ish estrb and to criticise and the reasons therefoi and tlren then anO fiibt, Avn VIO^VH, 01 to state then o*n ^iews method tl eu that to latter the is o t.ose the views ot others It The pur poitof the passage, tosol Jed to here by the author * an I ending NiK^fc'^t ^Atfff fvr>rn *u d J)*j*'ff H*4 1^
btheuo->

knew

ot Kautal\a,

it

,.

-Tu
,

on

battle

'M^^q^qfifo^&fcifia*' %?rt^
minibter shall

^^ make the

'

^ assume pimce
lb

thl^

'

the

of evils as it exute^ the anei ol tin people and is untight eous and uncei tarn of success" (Vide baiibkiit mtioduction foi a fullei discus&ion)

The iniiit aigunumt i* not convincing ha\e Ixen dei rvcd like Kautilja though a bad one miht K \ lluu>a*\ami of the name Kautsa an stated by Pi ms additional notes on "Coiisidu atioiih on some fceugai

The

fifth

aspects

the \\oid In. Lict, of Ancient Indian Polity" to us by M-iibes Kantilya (ifoHX^M) J<3 a mistake handed <ln\m the tevt and of. All the ancient manuscripts and icadcis the coramentai ie& of the Aithibafttia, avail bio hole, uad -md not -is Kautiha thiougliout as Kautalva (STPR*TWT), Kutala i& the name ot a Rifehi who iounded the Kut.aU (iod * and an> descendant of that Goli ma> be called Kaudilya This i& thp icason why the antlioi ofc Jayjmino.tU, a commentary on the Nitibajut oi Kani mdaka obbCi ves ihal Kaut.il the ArtUa&ILhtia aiUi ya i& the name given to the authoi ot detaila tew othci his Gotia, Kutala le^aidino the name aie given 111 the mtioductioii to the fu&t \olunie Thus are lefutcd the contentions that L tlie time <>i Cliandiagupta Manrya a gi eat man ii.unod Kaui ily ncvt i o"isted and that the extant Aitlia2.KUa could no! h i\( bee n \\ e IIJM now wiitten b^ a contempoiaiy of Cliandiagupla ariivod at the conclusion that the Aith isash i wisunUtn by a contcmpoiary of Ch.ndiaiii]>la Mamya, \\huh ilw> makes definite the dale claimc<l loi it -yi/, ith cen(tu\
\ i

B C
f< \\ minoi points which in ihe s aic i eluded is inoonsisluii orhei opinion with the eail} date aa&igiu d to it, 1 The numbci of chemical subsiaiiM^ m< ntionod in the Aithas3.stiti beni> laifjei than th<it in Siioi ma md olhei A\oiks of the kind points Lo a later si ijcof (In <U \elopmcn1 of the science of chemistiy at ilio time of K,iu< ily i f h in il, the

We hh.iH now
of:

turn to a

Di Jolly and

J3ut this is an un\\arianf( d in It is (|iutc pofobible that at Liu tmu tliescmi hid fcieucc attained an advanced stage, Suatuta dealt \vith only a small iiumbei of chomicalp, because lus >\as a piud> medic il jyork, admitting mention of such substances only is \\ c 10 ic K \awt << But the Aithabantin i*> not limited in Mope. If thcfiubject. conceiiis it&elf with a vau&l> <rf subjects su<h as the in.unaof gold and othei prccious'mctalh, tht i>Jepdi*itiou

time of SuSmt^i and thu Artha^astia (Wmteimt/)

testifies to

felu

jKMeiioi

it\

of flu

oi [KMbojn etc

of

chciuK \\ snmlai Oihu woiks on chumsti} one might expect an What follows horn this exhaustive tieitnient of chemicals ot chemical substances whci is, the extent of the mentioning that deals in a woik vei ncccssu^ pinnarily withothoi submade the basib 01 fixing the ase o^ jects < in not h> itself bo
(

nid consequently it leitis to a iijood minitxl* But in tho DhatuLmtall^a*" and substances
,

tint

woik
2

Di Jolly, has Lately boiiowod Fiom the YS]iu\alk)abmuti, and as the date oi Uielattoi is latei than the 3idcentm> A T) ,the Aitha^ahti Foi then This i& not eoirect, should h ivo come atei it is no evidence to sliovv th<ibthc Ya]iia\alk\asmnti is l.jtei On the oontuty, tho dale of than tho thud un tui y A D C it natui<illy Uh nh fixed Kautalya having been centuiy^B follows that Yi]nttvalk> i, hoin whom Kautal>a has hoi

The Aitlubastia o

Kautal)a,

isa>s

What is logically lowed, should be antei 101 to the lattei hiieimnot be contiadu ted by an apjuiont alignment the G<u^idiBesiden the \\oid Yajnavalka is mentioned u oi ^f" Panim II TpTTf%wfl jraiici (Wi% noT) undci tho sutia from this that Panini knew ol i Yajnavalk><i bom is cle<u >( the Piolxibly the same Ya]navalk^a Yajru\ ilka Gotia uas the authoi oi the Smuti and theicloie eaibci than

<

Pannu
opinion that the use of conect Trishtup slan/as in iei>ulai metie a-, ionnd in the Aithabasli is noi, in ia\oui oi its c-uly d<ito and Hut the language* ot tho J t may asked which is vvoikisnot hulluiently auhaic be^ the useol rneic* Tnshfupbtan/an unsuitable lo tho antiquity What aiul ol the (oiiectnc^^ le^ulaiitv of the fom hnch^ ol tho case non e\ei it ih, tluii is no SQI t ol msdietion the does not (o Di Keith, \\oik \edi< language Thouftli look inoic does look u<hii(, to me it dide<Uy auhoic, uduic thai the Malubbaslna ot Patanjali uid himilai otlui The niatki nw> A\cllbo l< lt to the judiimnt oi \\oiks
r3

Di

K<

ilh is

<jt

fc

Sahiida)
1

is

thinks (hit the ArlLiNasttM, <ON<I ol htunan knowled^i coulci ing a- it does, stveial blanches ol a HingU* authoi, bill a <oinbe Iho not possibly ]aodu<tioii The il auihois. following stateincnt ol position hy sevoi ol his the Kanmndakaat beginning
>lher ^rholai

An

ti

VtflomUu'luclJiou to

tin

last pail

p I0

it

II

u
JI< n Kuumdiki ioi doubt on this mattci aftei lo \\oik is(iilxs the likening him t<> (iod Vislmucfiiptn Biilnn in niiespe<t of his IXMHI; a sec i -UK! .111 nil hoi ol The date of Klin uidaki is s ncl tc> I>< flu Aciijou^ sriemes 1st out UL \ B C and ho can ccitunlj becudidd \\itli 11101* <KCUI itc uid icli iblc knowledoo il>out K iuMl>i (h in \M ol Whitcvti inu be tlu dale of Kuunidaki UK piosuii dr> I>hi\ ibhuli it us fitciiu that he \\a^ i<u anteimi <o the poet iv uili thi( It i^ Iti^itnnato to sin nnsc lioni the JVIcilalTm of K tUhavcibliuti \\a^ (omei^iut \\ith th< NTlitsai K n nn< tiu,in<l ika to the k L a> lie thouolit it fi1 cfi\o Iraditioii d SCUM ol ^hich is ioshulcd to llu iiithoi of

lca\<.s

no loom

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to a
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t"

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into possible

tint

IMI^OH

tiiitMl

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'H uisi% in inJ< is not it dl


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\\itli

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9

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di^pri>\

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that

the

\\oik

i-

O!>M \ ihon of hkcJ\ lo ha\t IwcH


-*

ilu

sinole peison, piobibly a Pandit belonging to of school i polity and law, who to icudoi a div ^nbject intciistiiigy intioduccd debates in which tho Pui vuuksha js put in tlu month of eminent ^igts oJ of deities \vho^< names ho the Mahabharata 01 fiom tiadition* \\hilo thn i>ot hoin (Jtliiapakbka 01 hiddhaijita is iesa\cd loi Kautalx i", in as 11 uch as the evidences huinshed by Kainmdakt ind o^Iia eminent wntcis in biippoit oi the asciiption oi Ihe intlioiIh, Joll> lup of the* Aitln&astiti to Kautalya no still exutnt s to think that theie \\cic it ill > no A\ oiks composed b>
iiciont AchdA>cis Biiaradvaja, Paiasaia, Visllaksha,
,

composed by a

Bnh

i-

ttc

which can be

Butweluuo Pakshas a^riibod *cen ni the commeiitaiy on tJtie Yai]iiavilkyasimiti 1)^ \ ibvaa iupaehai>a, the ill nfc tuo us piedeccsshoi oi Vi)iia.iic v ua lon^ exti K fcs horn the AiHiasdstia oi Buhcispati and Vih3laJksUi (T S SoiiebNo 74, pp 184, 188 and !<)()), mditisiliai theieioic th<it the Aithisastia oi Bulhispiti and V^al iksh must have oxifetod durnii; the tune o \ isvaiuj)arhli>a Ju like inannoi, it can l>c ini'eiied tint the woiks ol Bliaiaclv tj and <>tli(*t Achiliyis, \\ho irt incnLiomd in tlu* Aitlusa >ti with Bnhaspiti ujd VibSlakhhti niiibl huo OIK exist
i

ie^at<lcul as the souiccsol tho &o\< ial to them in the Aithisastia

but dis

ij>])eait
vvt

d
in derail thi

ho
I)j

11

have considoied

elm

opinion** ol
i

Ono moio si lUmcnL ol I)i, Jolly his Jolly ind otlioib to bo (xunined. It is thai loi the* Aiihasfisda Ihon* \v is w ^uiiikxn< hcU!ijLn<i Tintia* (WRT5TrF5r) which \v is hitlidto unloka kiumn Midba-tithi in his corrmic nlaiy <w th<* J91sl in lh( hov( nih chiptoi ol the M.uiusninti cjiioti^ Ihe \ois< g vrg^r^ \\luchis lound in the filth ch tpioi oHli( tiilli V<lhiknain of tho Aithas<ls(ii ol mt il> uid in iodines tlu K s ttion by Simihilv on iho 20 >tli lyuu; ^WHd*Jl'OliTfe^
fc

111

lllO

SUUO dllptOl, lKM|UOlOS


r'

't'cf

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\\lnch

is

an

id

>t

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<>l

tho

s<

ntonrc
l>>

ft"

^&

^foR

srmft* lound in the scron<! rhiptu


this

si\th Adhikaifina 9 and intioduces

quol ition

of tho stvino,

From this Dr Jolly coiuludes llwt the Aiihaslsti<i wis sunumod Saminatantia, and ilso si\^ tint since tho }>hi ises *f% WTR i$Pt' $fa ^44H^ alo lound to oui ni the* hist (haptei of the filth Adhikaiana m<l in nnny oth< But tins to tho \\oik pi ins this name is quite appioixiato
f
i

is

obviously vvioiig

SainAiit tntia
fw*

is
is

pound

\\oid \\huli should

split

Kuniulhliaji coin^WR" ^ rT?r T^ ^r uul

another Sasiia on the same

subject
topic

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j

is

conis

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m
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ib

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undei

cieienee

also dealt with in anothet eastia

on the
ol

t>uiir

subject

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mlact

the

Aitha&tu
only

Kautal}.i
i

The woul

ib

bund

not

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of

McdhSWhi,

bat ,dso in the

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