125th Ambedkar Jayanti

125th Ambedkar Jayanti/Birth Anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar

Ambedkar Jayanti is praised each year by the general population with extraordinary excitement more than like a celebration on 14 April so as to recognize the birthday of Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar and his commitments for the general population of India. It would be 125th birthday or 125th Ambedkar Jayanti commemoration festivity in the year 2016 to recognize his recollections. It was a defining moment for the general population of India when he was conceived in the year 1891.

On 14th April 2016, many social parties are planning to make 125th Ambedkar Jayanti/Birth Anniversary memorable. So every social party, school, colleges and universities are doing great hardwork to make this 125th Ambedkar Jayanti/Birth Anniversary a great event. Ambedkar Jayanti is not limited to India only, but people from around the world celebrate Ambedkar Jayanti.

About Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar

Dr. Bhimrao Ramji (B.R.) Ambedkar was born on 14th April 1891 in a Dalit (untouchable) family at Madhya Pradesh, India. His childhood was full of struggle and he hardly enjoyed it. But, he was a creative student and studied well in his life. After that he went to London to join doctorate course in economics and earned degree successfully from London Schools of Economics. Later on he emerged as a brilliant economist, professor, and a lawyer in his career.

In his young age, he started many movements against cruel behavior of society against Dalits in India. This encouraged him to jump into the Indian politics and fight for rights of backward or lower category people in the country. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar advocated for full independence and human right of Dalit people in India. For this, he started many campaigns and tried hard to uplift standard of Dalit or backward commodity in India to standout well and live life with dignity.

In 1990, he awarded as “Bharat Ratna” and termed as Ambedkar. In his political career, he gave a good contribution to the Indian Jurisdiction and helped a lot to build a fair and unbiased constitution of India. After passing on 6th December 1956, there are many changes have been made in the Indian constitution and developed new rules. But, there are fixed norms for Dalits or backward caste people in India, which is still empowering them and help them to grow and reservation in every sector like education, employment, training, etc. Thus, Dr. B. R. Ambedkar is a great inspiration and a navigator of low grade commodities in India, who are still struggling for their rights at some extent. But, with the passage of time, there is good improvement seen among Dalit community and now they have understood their value and came to know their rights as well. They are taking advantages of their human rights and empowering themselves as well as their community to grow well and get goals of their lives.

Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar is a legend of India, who has plotted a pathway of Indian constitution and suggested the right ways to how to rule and apply judiciary rules over all community people in India. He suggested vital rules of constitution which are beneficial for all casts’ people in India and enable them to find their ways easily. Also, he helped nation to overcome difficulties in society in a best possible way.

He was a great soul, who helped India and its citizen to improve their living standard and come under one roof to live with pride. His contribution to the Indian constitution is priceless and unbeatable. To admire his efforts towards the nation, Indians celebrate “Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar Jayanti” on 14 April of every year with great zeal. On this, there was many schools, colleges, universities, and government offices in India remain closing and several cultural programs are organized in memories of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. We should salute him and his contribution to the country and admire to be citizen of India in which he was born.
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