Today is Dr. Bheem Rao Ambedkar jayanti.
During this lockdwon Government appeal to all people that celebrate this by staying at home.
Today is all country is celebrating the Dr. Bheem Rao Ambedkar jayanti. Today at the same day Dr. Ambedkar was born in 1891. Dr. Ambedkar, who gave voice to the underprivileged and deprived sections of the society, spent his whole life in his upliftment and kept fighting for his rights throughout his life. At the same time, due to Corona virus, the government has appealed to the people to celebrate Ambedkar Jayanti by staying at home this time.
On Baba saheb jayanti Prime minister Modi give tribute Prime minister Modi “Humble tribute to Babasaheb Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar on his birth anniversary on behalf of all countrymen. #AmbedkarJayanti.” Government clearly told that during this lockdown situation all have to celebrate the by staying at home.
Life introduction of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar
Baba Saheb used to come from Mahar caste which was considered untouchable at that time. Ambedkar had to face the discriminatory behavior of the society in his childhood. They were seated separately in school, upper caste children did not talk to them properly. Ambedkar used to find this very piercing and he took a vow to end this discrimination from society at that very young age.
Ambedkar had made it his goal to remove discrimination from society in his life and to fulfill this he made education a weapon. Baba Saheb topped the studies since childhood and as a result of this, after completing honors in Political Science from Bombay University in the year 1912, he went to America for further studies. The cost of Ambedkar’s studies abroad was borne by the ruler of Baroda. After studying here, Babasaheb completed his studies from London School of Economics in the year 1921.
After completing his studies, Ambedkar started a job like many students, but the pledge taken to eradicate social discrimination in childhood used to hit his chest repeatedly. In the midst of this, one day he gave up everything and jumped into the social movement. He formed the Labor Party in 1936. Even before this, he had been leading various social movements.
Later, when it was decided that the country would be free on August 15, 1947, he got the important responsibility of framing the Constitution because of his intelligence. He made a constitution for India at that time that gives equal respect and voice to every section of the society. After the independence of the country, he became the first law minister of India. A major incident in Ambedkar’s life took place in the year 1956 when he, along with thousands of people, embraced Buddhism. Ambedkar died the same year and was posthumously awarded the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest honor in 1990.