Dr. B. R. Ambedkar is a revolutionary humanist who changed the lives of millions socially deprived, outcaste human beings to live with the dignity, peace and harmony. When we talk about the work and ideologies of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar, there is nothing that can be criticized. He led the foundation of this country in such a way that he left nothing for anyone to say a word against his work or against his ideology. Knowing that, it is hard to believe that the casteist mindsets in India still oppose the work done by such a humanist mainly being that they lose some of their power of ruling the other individual or slave the other human beings. They refuse the equality and intend to be the rulers forever. This proves that Dr. B. R. Ambedkar has been victim of process of reductionism and ‘black-out’ in India and at thereby at the international level as well.
Dr. Ambedkar, since his childhood until his death was discriminated every day though he was the first Indian having highest education with several degrees and doctorate from the international universities like Columbia and Cambridge university in 19th century which was hardly possible for any outcaste (untouchables). The man who vowed to demolish this inequality before owns death struggled and fought till his last breath and brought the revolution to make every individual human being an equalsame as the principals of Guatam Buddha. Even after his death, in 21st century where equality and humanism are the topmost priority globally, the casteist mindsets are still discriminating such a Nobel human being.
The only way to honor such a unique personality is to award him with the world’s most valuable reward, the “NOBEL PEACE PRIZE”. It is worth for Dr. B. R. Ambedkar to receive this award the post houmous.
Dr Ambedkar original voice Poona Pact
The Original Video Of Dr.BR Ambedkar interview with BBC 1953 With Hindi Subtitles.
Baba Saheb Ambedkar के अख़बार MookNayak की कहानी(BBC Hindi)
While Celebrating Ambedkar as a
'National Hero', We Must Not
Forget His Central Thesis
पानी पीने तक का नहीं था अधिकार | DR. B.R. AMBEDKAR | CASE STUDY | DR VIVEK BINDRA
1946 - Dr. B. R. Ambedkar's Constituent Assembly Speech on Dec 17
He had worked hard to get us wherever we are right now. He carved path for us and now its our turn...--Archit W
Babasaheb Dr. B. R. Ambedkar has contributed for the global peace building. His solutions for the outcaste is applicable for any inhuman activities in the world. He certainly deserve to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.--Sushant Godghate