Cānakya (Sanskrit: चाणक्य) was an adviser to the first Mauryan emperor Chandragupta, and architect of his rise to power.
Kautilya and Vinnugupta, the names by which the proto-Machiavellian political treatise Arthaśāstra identifies its author, are traditionally identified with Cānakya.
The Arthaśāstra identifies its author by the name Kautilya, except for one verse which refers to him by the name Vinnugupta.
In the Artha sastra which is called Chanakya Neeti, he deals with various things of King his people, way of life, war, politics, etc., and how it should be done.
It is a very big chapter and it runs into pages and this can be read in detail in the following web site. The Law of Chanakya is elaborately discussed for adoption by various countries. It is proof the following website originate from Russia and they have studied so much about this rather more than us.-