Created by Jijith Nadumuri at 11 Oct 2011 11:46 and updated at 11 Oct 2011 11:46


tkl.2.2.01 The Minister is one who is able to comprehend (the whole nature of an undertaking), execute it in the best manner possible, and offer assuring Advice (in time of necessity).
tkl.2.2.01 He is the best helper (of the King) who understanding the duties, of the latter, is by his special learning, able to tender the fullest Advice, and at all times conversant with the best method (of
tkl.2.2.01 Although the King be utterly ignorant, it is the duty of the Minister to give (him) sound Advice.
tkl.2.2.06 Ministers should (always) give agreeable Advice but on no occasion recommend useless actions, though requested (to do so).

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