Vidur Policy: Don’t give loans to such people even by mistake! Money will definitely sink, what is said in Vidur policy?
Vidur policy , Mahatma VidurHe was one of the great characters of Mahabharata. Who are counted among the leading thinkers. Mahatma Vidur was very intelligent and visionary. He was known for justice, piety and outspokenness. (Vidur Niti)
Due to the intelligence and political skills of Mahatma Vidur
He was appointed the general secretary of Hastinapur. Mahatma Vidur’s nature was very simple and humble. He was famous for his religious and judicial decisions. Because of all these qualities, even his enemies used to respect him.
Such people should never get loan or any other
Money should not be given for any reason. The dialogue between Mahatma Vidur and Dhritarashtra is called Vidur Niti. All the issues like economy, domestic life, politics are mentioned in Vidur Niti. Vidur Niti mentions three people who should never be given money for debt or any other reason. By giving money to such people, you have to bear the loss, because such people do not return the money. At the same time, one has to become a partner of sin. Know who are those people? Who should not pay
According to Vidur Niti, a lazy person does not want to do any work. Never lend money to such people. According to the policy of Mahatma Vidur, a lazy person should not be given money as a loan even by mistake, because the money given to him can be destroyed. Such lazy people do not reduce anything due to their laziness and depend on others.
According to Vidura’s policy, one should never give loans to people who use the money for wrongdoings. Such people should not only pay but also should not associate with them, because being associated with them can take you on the wrong path. Lending money to such people not only makes you a partner in sin but also puts your life in danger.
If he is not trustworthy, according to the Vidur policy, a person who is not trustworthy should not be given a loan. Lending to untrustworthy people can harm you. By giving money to such people, the person loses his own money.