Dr Ambedkar Jayanti celebrates the birthday anniversary of Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar, an Indian politician and social rights activist.
Ambedkar Jayanti is a vital day for Indian officials and citizens. The holiday is renowned on April 14 each year. Ambedkar Jayanti is oriented around and reflection and happiness. Ambedkar Jayanti is a public holiday that allows the Indian people to reflect on the social progression of India.
The Life of Ambedkar
Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar was an Indian and economist and politician who played a fundamental role in the creation of India’s constitution. As a proposer for widespread human rights in India, Ambedkar solicit to remove India’s caste system. Ambedkar had close ties to the London School of Economics. Ambedkar eventually became the first law minister of India.
Ambedkar was the son of an officer in the Indian Army. Despite his father’s ranked status as an officer, Ambedkar and his family belong to the lowest caste in India. Ambedkar was considered to be an impervious.
As an Untouchable, Ambedkar faced a great deal of differentiation during his childhood years. Despite being seriously deprived, Ambedkar deliberate very hard while he was in school. Ambedkar hard work caused him to score very highly on the high school entrance examinations.
Untouchables rarely get the occasion to study at the high school level, so this was a very significant moment in Ambedkar’s life. The society of Untouchables where Ambedkar lived celebrated his success and honored him with gifts and kind words. This was just the start of Ambedkar’s growing fame.
After graduating high school, Ambedkar moved on to Columbia University. Ambedkar soon graduate from this honorable university and studied at the London School of Economics and Political Science. The London School of Economics and Political Science is where Ambedkar formulated many of his ideas connected to social equal opportunity in India. After leaving London, Ambedkar return to India to pursue a career and start a family.
Ambedkar pursued many ventures after completing his formal education. While Ambedkar experienced medium success at the starting of all of these ventures, he finally failed when his clients refused to work with him due to his status as an Untouchable. After experiencing differentiation and hardship as a child, these economic troubles were the last straw. Ambedkar determined to enter the Indian political system to change the harms that plagued so many poor people.
As a politician, Ambedkar spearhead many campaigns that aimed to protect Untouchables and spiritual minorities throughout India. Ambedkar also led protests and spoke about the importance of Untouchables pursuing education to climb out of their miserable social situation. By the time Ambedkar died, he had helped make India a more tolerable place for Untouchables and minorities.