Niti-Shastra: Indian Psychology

Niti Shastra Indian Psychology This is the research in ancient Indian psychology well known as two collections of funny stories Panchatantra and Hitopadesha Originally it was Niti Shastra or science about correct behavior in socie

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  • Title: Niti-Shastra: Indian Psychology
  • Author: Shanti Nathini
  • ISBN: 9781466256835
  • Page: 277
  • Format: Paperback
  • This is the research in ancient Indian psychology well known as two collections of funny stories Panchatantra and Hitopadesha Originally it was Niti Shastra, or science about correct behavior in society The author translated many stories into Russian, creating new composition according to modern needs within philosophic context As result, two parts appeared StrateThis is the research in ancient Indian psychology well known as two collections of funny stories Panchatantra and Hitopadesha Originally it was Niti Shastra, or science about correct behavior in society The author translated many stories into Russian, creating new composition according to modern needs within philosophic context As result, two parts appeared Strategy of Success and Paradoxes of Agreement They were written when the author lived and worked in India First part was published by Krylov Saint Petersburg, 2005 and reprinted together with second part by Amrita Russ Moscow, 2007 2009 , then both parts were collected in one volume by Tradition Moscow, 2014.

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