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Tirukkural 523: Cherishing Kinsmen
The wealth of one who does not mingle freely with his relatives, will be like the filling of...
Tirukkural 537: Unforgetfulness
There is nothing too difficult to be accomplished, if a man set about it carefully, with unflinching endeavour.
Tirukkural 547: The Right Sceptre
The king defends the whole world; and justice, when administered without defect, defends the king.
Tirukkural 557: The Cruel Sceptre
As is the world without rain, so live a people whose king is without kindness.
Tirukkural 565: Wealth in Wrong Hands
The great wealth of him who is difficult of access and possesses a sternness of countenance, is like...
Tirukkural 577: Benignity
Men without kind looks are men without eyes; those who (really) have eyes are also not devoid of...
Tirukkural 589: King & Spies
Let a king employ spies so that one may have no knowledge of the other; and when the...
Tirukkural 610: Unsluggishness
The king who never gives way to idleness will obtain entire possession of (the whole earth) passed over...
Tirukkural 615: Manly Effort
He who desires not pleasure, but desires labour, will be a pillar to sustain his relations, wiping away...