Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar was born on 14 April 1891 in a small village in Madhya Pradesh, the great leader of the Constitution to India. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s father’s name was Ramji Maloji Sakpal and mother’s Bhimabai. Born as the 14th generation of his parents, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was born in his innate talent.
Bhimrao Ambedkar was born in the Mahar caste, which people considered as untouchables and extremely low caste. In childhood, the family of Bhimrao Ambedkar was deeply discriminated socially and economically. Bhimrao Ambedkar’s childhood name was Ramji Sakpal. Ambedkar’s ancestors worked for a long time in the army of the British East India Company, and his father was in service at the Mau Cantonment of British Indian Army. Bhimrao’s father always insisted on the education of his children.
In 1894, Bhimrao Ambedkar’s father retired and after two years, Ambedkar’s mother died. Care of the children is their aunt living in difficult situations. Only three sons of Ramji Sakpal, Balram, Anandrao and Bhimrao and two daughters Manjula and Bulaasa survived in these difficult circumstances. In his brothers and sisters, only Ambedkar succeeded in the examination of the school and succeeded in going to big school after this. On the advice of Mahadev Ambedkar, a patriot Brahmin teacher who had a special affection for him, Ambedkar removed Ambedkar from his name, based on his name “Ambawade”.
Ambedkar kept his political vision in front of the world during the August 8, 1930 conference of an exploited class, according to which the protection of the oppressed class is in his independence from both the government and the Congress.
Ambedkar’s reputation was a unique scholar and lawmaker despite his controversial ideas, and the harsh criticism of Gandhi and Congress, due to which, after the independence of India on August 15, 1947, when a new Congress-led government came into being, Invited the country to serve as the first Law Minister, whom he accepted. On 29 August 1947, Ambedkar was appointed as the Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee for the creation of a new constitution of independent India. On November 26, 1949 the Constituent Assembly adopted the Constitution.
On October 14, 1956, Ambedkar organized a formal public function for himself and his supporters in Nagpur. Ambedkar adopted Buddhism from a Buddhist monk, adopting three gems and using Panchsheel in a traditional manner. Ambedkar was suffering from diabetes since 1948. He was very ill from June to October 1954, during which he was diagnosed with clinical depression and weak vision. Ambedkar ji died on December 6, 1956.