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Dr BR Babasaheb Ambedkar Biography and Facts
|Name||Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar|
|Father||Ramji Maloji Sakpa|
|Also Listed In||Political Leaders, Revolutionaries|
|Also Known As||Babasaheb Ambedkar, Bhim Rao Ambedkar|
|Born On||14 April 1891|
|Died On||06 December 1956|
|Place Of Death||Delhi|
|Spouses||Savita Ambedkar (m. 1948–1956), Ramabai Ambedkar (m. 1906–1935)|
|Education||London School of Economics (1922), London School of Economics (1916 – 1917), Columbia University (1913 – 1915), Elphinstone College (1908 – 1912), University of London|
|Founder/Co-Founder||Buddhist Society of India, Independent Labour Party, Scheduled Castes Federation, Samata Sainik Dal|
|AWARDS||1990 - Bharat Ratna|
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Short Biography or StoryDr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar or basically B.R. Ambedkar was conceived on April 14, 1891 at MHOW (Military Headquarter of War) in Madhya Pradesh. He was the modeller of Indian Constitution and is otherwise called the "Father of Indian Constitution."
He had devoted his whole life for elevating the denied segment of the general public. Consequently, numerous Indians and even individuals from different nations venerate him as an awesome social reformer. He additionally assumed a huge part in India's freedom fight.
Dr. Ambedkar was one of the first "untouchables" to get a school training in India. He went ahead to United States and England to seek after higher studies, where he earned a law degree and numerous doctorates for his study and research in law, financial matters and political science.
Returning home as an acclaimed researcher, Ambedkar provided legal counsel for a couple of years before he started distributed diaries pushing political rights and social flexibility for India's untouchables.
Dr. Ambedkar spent his life battling against the system of untouchability and the caste framework. He is also credited for having started the Dalit Buddhist development. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was the administrator of the drafting panel that was constituted by the Constituent Assembly to draft a constitution for the autonomous India; he was likewise the first Law Minister of India.
He was respected with "Bharat Ratna" in 1990, India's most elevated regular citizen grant. The day, 14th April is praised everywhere throughout the nation as his birthday (Jayanti) and it is likewise proclaimed as an open occasion.
Different Dalit associations complete gigantic parades on this day in the memory of this extraordinary soul. On this very day different associations sort out a few exercises including rally and social projects.
Dalit Melas are held in different parts of the nation. Ambedkar Jayanti is watched both in government and private associations. Supplications to God, gatherings and commemoration discourses are sorted out in different state capitals.
Facts about Dr.B.R. Ambedkarv The First Round Table Conference was met in London on November 12, 1930 and B.R. Ambedkar and Rao Bahadur Srinivasan spoke to the Depressed Classes.
v Ambedkar framed the Independent Labor Party (ILP) in August, 1936, which partook in the common races of Bombay and won 13 seats out of 15 seats held for scheduled castes.
v In January, 1920 Ambedkar began a week after week paper called "Mooknayak" (Leader of the Dumb) to champion the reason for the discouraged classes in India. Some of his acclaimed books incorporate The Untouchable : Who are They and Why They Have Become Untouchables; Buddha and His Dhamma; 'The Rise and Fall of Hindu Women', 'Liberation of Untouchables', 'The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India'; 'Pakistan or Partition of India', 'Musings on Linguistic States', and so on.
v Ambedkar was restricted to the strike by common workers. For him strike is just a rupture of agreement of administration. It is just a common wrong not a wrongdoing.
v In July 1942, Ambedkar was named the individual from Executive Council of Viceroy as a Labor part. He surrendered from this post in May 1946.
v The Independent Labor Party was changed by Ambedkar as the All India Scheduled Castes Federation in 1942. It was a political gathering which took an interest in the general races of 1946 however was totally overcome.
v Ambedkar was designated as the first Law Minister of Independent India, however he surrendered from the Cabinet on September 1951 because of contrasts with Nehru on the Hindu Code Bill.
v Ambedkar was chosen to the Constituent Assembly from Bengal yet he lost his seat after the segment. Then again, he was picked by the Bombay Congress Legislative Party set up of M.R. Jaykar who surrendered before. It ought to be noticed that he was vanquished before in the race of Constituent Assembly in Bombay. It is intriguing to note that in his meeting with Cabinet mission on April 5, 1946, Ambedkar restricted the thought of Constituent Assembly as he dreaded it would be commanded by High Caste Hindus.
v Ambedkar was chosen as the Chairman of the Drafting Committee of the Constituent Assembly. He is known as the father of the Indian Constitution. On the other hand, K.V. Rao was of the supposition that Ambedkar was not the father yet mother of the Indian Constitution as the essential choices about the Constitution were taken by Nehru and Patel and Ambedkar took after the same.
v Ambedkar was vanquished in the decision to the Lok Sabha in 1952 principally because of his promotion of part of Kashmir. Be that as it may, he was chosen as an individual from Rajya Sabha from Maharashtra in March 1952. In May 1954, he again challenged in the by-race to Lok Sabha however was vanquished once more. He understood that a gathering which has no base in country ranges has no future.
v Ambedkar considered the Right to Constitutional Remedy as the Soul of the Constitution.
v Ambedkar changed over to Buddhism on October 14, 1956. He passed on December 6, 1956 at Delhi because of extreme diabetic anxiety.
v After his demise, his political gathering the Scheduled Caste Federation was renamed as Republican Party of India in 1957 by his followers.