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Ambedkar Jayanti

Ambedkar Jayanti 

The Ambedkar memorial built in Mumbai was inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on April 14, 2015. On October 14, 2015, a one-year festival was started by the Congress on Ambedkar Jayanti (Ambedkar's birthplace, Mahu of Madhya Pradesh), which was done on 125th birth anniversary next year to commemorate his contribution to the country. With the formation of the Indian constitution, to discuss his contributions to the country and to spread awareness about the ideology of Ambedkar throughout the year, Congress organized various programs such as meetings, discussions, seminars, conferences etc.

Ambedkar Jayanti 2019

Ambedkar Jayanti will be celebrated on the 14th of April, 2019 by all the people of India.

Birthday of Ambedkar Jayanti / Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar
Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated by people with enthusiasm more than a celebration on 14th April to remember the birth anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar and his contribution to the people of India. In order to pay homage to their memories, it will be their 124th Birthday Celebration in 2015. It was a big moment for the people of India when they were born in 1891.

This day was declared as a public holiday in the whole of India. On New Delhi, every year on the statue of the Parliament, a respected tribute was given to the President of India and Prime Minister (including leaders of other political parties). By keeping their idol in their home, the Indian people worship them like a god. On this day people keep their idol in front of the parade, they also enjoy the dance and play dhol.
Ambedkar Jayanti

Ambedkar Jayanti 

Why Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated

Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated by the people of India very glad to remember their huge contribution to the people of India. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was the father of the Indian Constitution who drafted the Constitution of India. He was a great human rights activist who was born on 14 April 1891. In order to expand the economic condition of the people of a lower level group of India, and to spread the need for education, in 1923, in India, they had established "Excluded Benevolent Assembly". By following the rule of equality of humanity, with the reconstruction of Indian society, it was a social movement for people using the slogan "Educate-agitating-organizing" for the purpose of removing casteism from India. Were there.

For the establishment of the right to equality for untouchable people, Mahad was led by a march in Maharashtra in 1927, which was not allowed to taste or even touch the water of "Public Chamber Lake". He is marked in Indian history to launch social movements, such as anti-caste agitations, anti-priest movement, and entry into the temple. In the year 1930, he led the movement to enter the temple in Nashik, Maharashtra for real human rights and political justice. He said that political power is not the only way to solve all the problems of the people of the Dalit class, they should have equal rights in every area of society. During his membership of the Executive Council of the Viceroy in 1942, he was deeply involved in making legal changes to protect the rights of the lower classes.

In the Indian Constitution, the basic rights of state policy (for social freedom, elimination of equality and untouchability for the people of the lower group) and policy direction principles (by improving living conditions by ensuring proper distribution of property) They gave their major contribution by giving them protection. By the end of his life, his social revolution continued through the Buddha religion. He was awarded the Bharat Ratna in April 1990 for his great contributions to the Indian society.
Ambedkar Jayanti
Ambedkar Jayanti 

How Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated

Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated with great passion throughout the whole of India, including Varanasi, Delhi, and other big cities. The program is organized in Varanasi for Dr. Ambedkar's Birthday Celebration by Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti Festival Committee in Kachheri area. They organize different types of events such as paintings, common knowledge question-answer competition, discussion, dance, essay writing, debate, sports competition and dramas for which many people participate including students from nearby schools. To celebrate this festival, a big seminar is organized every year by the Indian Journal of Public Welfare in Lucknow.

A three-day long (15th to 17th April) festival was held in Baba Shamshan Nath Temple on Manikarnika Ghat, Varanasi, where many cultural programs of dance and music were organized. In the morning students of junior high school and primary school made a morning round and students of the secondary school participated in the rally this day. In many places, a free health test camp was organized to provide free health checks and medicines for poor people.

The contribution of BR Ambedkar

He worked for the people of the lower class group to eradicate the social recognition of untouchability. During advocating in the Bombay High Court, they protested against raising untouchables in society to increase their social status. For the welfare of the underprivileged people and their socio-economic reforms, organized a program called 'Excluded Benevolent Assembly' to promote education between the untouchables. He also protected Dalit rights by organizing various programs like "Silent Nayak, Excluded India, and Janata Samrupta"

Ambekar started an active public movement and performed in 1927 to remove untouchability for water resources as well as entering Hindu temples (the Kalaram Temple movement in 1930). Through the Poona Pact for the reservation of seats for untouchables of the Dalit class, they demanded a separate electoral college.

He was invited by the Congress government to serve as the first law minister after India's independence on August 15, 1947, and was appointed on 29 August 1947 as the President of the Constituent Assembly where he drafted the new Constitution of India Prepared which was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on November 26, 1949.

He played a major role in the establishment of the Reserve Bank of India because he was a professional economist. In 1934 after giving his views on economics, after giving his views for the Hilton Young Commission by his three successful study books like "Administration and Finance of East India Company, the emergence of provincial finance in British India and the problem of rupees: its origins and solutions". They succeeded in creating the Reserve Bank.

He played his role in the Indian economy because he had obtained a doctoral degree in economics abroad. Promote people for the growth and development of industrialization and agricultural industry to increase the country's economy. He suggested to the government to achieve the food security goal. As a basic need, he encouraged people for good education, cleanliness and community health. He had established the Finance Commission of India.

In order to provide special status to the people of Jammu and Kashmir of India, they were against Article 370 in the Indian Constitution.

 Statement by Ambedkar

1. "I measure the progress of a community by the amount of progress that women have received".
"Knowledge is the root of a man's life"

2. "Social ideology based on social ideals should be assessed by people and their religion. Any other ideal would have no meaning if goodness is required for people's goodness. "

3. "Every man who repeats the theory of mill, as if a country is not suitable to govern another country, it should be recognized that a class is not suitable to govern another class."

4. "Life should be good instead of being long".
"Cultivation of mind should be the best target of human existence".

5. "Human is mortal. The ideas are the same. An idea needs dispersion as a plant needs water. Otherwise, both will die and die. "

6. "No one whose heart is not free, though alive, is not better than dying".

7. "Buddha's teachings are eternal, but even then Buddha does not declare him as perfect".

8. "Just like a drop of water loses its identity when it meets in the ocean, one does not lose its existence in society, in which it lives. The life of a person is independent. He is not born to develop a society alone, but rather to his own development. "

9. "The proof of the existence of anyone in the brain's freedom".

10. "The reality of the mind is the real freedom".

11. "I like religion which teaches freedom, equality, and brotherhood".

12. "Religion is for mankind, not man for religion"

13. "Religion is primarily the subject of a theory. This is not a rule of law. The moment it deteriorates with these rules, it ends as being a religion, because it kills the responsibilities which are the essence of true religious law ".

14. "Building an environment for the spiritual development of a person is the basic idea of religion".

15. "If you read carefully, you will see that Buddhism is based on causes. There is an element of congenital flexibility, which is not found in any other religion ".

16. "It is different from a famous person, a great man who is ready to become a servant of society".

17. "In Hinduism, there is no opportunity for development, for the sake of development, cause, and independent thought".

19. "The relationship between husband and wife should be like one of the closest friends".

20. "There is no respect or respect for any person who can take the place of a social reformer and then refuse to see the logical result of that title, let him follow the bad work alone."

21. "A hard thing can not make sweets. Anyone can change the taste But poison cannot change in nectar ".

22. "It is not enough for a successful revolution that there is dissatisfaction. Whatever is needed is serious and by the faith of justice, the need and importance of political and social rights "

23. "Believe that you have not attained social independence for a long time, whatever freedom you are being provided to you by law is not of any benefit to you."


According to the media:

"One news is that the Maharashtra government will purchase a bungalow worth Rs 35-40 crore to make an international monument of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar in London. It is believed that, at home (10, located in King Henry Road NW3) where Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar had stayed once during higher education, the auction was done by the owner of the house. It has been announced by the Maharashtra Government that on the occasion of his birth, this house will be opened as an international monument of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar ".

"To fulfill the long-standing demand of the Dalit community of the district, there is also the main plan by the state government of Bengaluru to build an Ambedkar Bhawan in the city. 1.61-acre land has been decided to construct Ambedkar Bhawan ".

About Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar

Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was born on 14 April 1891 in a poor Mahar family in the Mahu district of the Central Province of British India (Madhya Pradesh). Mr. Ambekar ’s father's name was Mr.Ramji Maloji Sakpal and mother's name was Bhimabai. He died in Delhi on December 6, 1956. For his great contributions in Indian society, he was known among the people as Babasaheb. Throughout his life, he served the country as a lawmaker, philosopher, social worker, politician, historian, psychologist, an economist, along with a religious revivalist for Buddhism in India to bring modern Buddhist movement. He was the first law minister of independent India and drafted the Constitution of India.

Early life

In India, he struggled throughout his life for the campaign to remove social discrimination and casteism. In order to inspire the people of the following group, he himself adopted Buddhism, for which he was told as a Bodhisattva by Indian Buddhists. He had seen social discrimination since his childhood when he enrolled in a government school. He and his friends were segregated from upper-class students and teachers paid less attention to them. Even so, they did not even have permission to sit in the classroom and touch the water. They were given water from a high caste person far away.


In his early days, his surname was Ambawadekar, who had met him in his village of "Ambavade" in Ratnagiri district, which was later converted to Ambedkar by his Brahmin teacher, Mahadev Ambedkar. He enrolled in Elphinstone High School, Bombay, as the only untouchables in 1897. In 1906, he married 9-year-old Ramabai. After passing his matriculation examination in 1907, he successfully achieved success for the second examination. In 1912, Ambedkar Sahib obtained a degree in economics and political science from Bombay University. Baba Saheb went to America in 1913 to complete his masters at the University of Cobia in New York City, after being rewarded with Baroda State Symposium of 11.50 Euro every month for 3 years. He obtained his MA examination in 1915 and a Ph.D. degree in economics in 1917. He again received the London School of Economics in 1921 and his Master's Degree in 1923 Economics.

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