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Encouragement to One’s own Army, Related to War, Arthashastra
Encouragement to One’s own Army allows the invader, his ministers, as well as his priests to encourage the army which has been arrayed to attack the enemy with treacherous means. Chapter III of Book X in Arthashastra includes the available sources from the Vedas and the addresses of the invader which shall be most encouraging for its army.
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