When we go through the pages of history, we come to know that ‘fortune always favors the Brave’. It is true in the case of Baba Saheb Ambedkar. He is widely known as Dr. B.R.Ambedkar. He was born in India before independence in a trodden and a poor family that was not accepted by the upper caste people of the country.
Here begins his story of forbearance, continuous hard work, patience and passion. Dr. B.R.Ambedkar had achieved many degrees in different areas such as Economics, Law, and Philosophy etc. Being a rejected person, he had to suffer a lot that one cannot even imagine. But, he accepted all the problems of life and changed the face of adversity in to opportunity.
Through his knowledge and clear wit, he did a great work for the oppressed people of India. He is the one who fought for the rights of human beings against Congress and Gandhi. Dr. Saheb had written many books. But, one of the most debatable books is ‘the Problem of Rupee’.
Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar is now the most respectable name all across the world. Recently, the University of Columbia has declared him as the symbol of Knowledge. Indian Prime Minister – Mr. Narendra Modi has started an application on his name – BHIM App.
Indian government has given him the highest prestigious award – the Bharat Ratna after his death. Really, he was the stepping stone in awakening the life standards of the oppressed and the trodden class. He had been offered to write the constitution of independent India. And he accepted the offer and wholeheartedly did his duty by offering the country the best constitution.
Today, people know him as the hero of humanity. He actually lived for the lives of human being. He strongly believed in equality, justice and brotherhood. He is the one who started a campaign of learning women in India. Also, he followed the path of Buddha. He believed that Buddhism has no inequality.
In words of Aamir Khan; “he is the leader of the world”. Millions of famous personalities call him as the greatest man of the world.
At last, we can only that by the cost of his family and his ill-health, he struggled unwaveringly without any doubt in order to give due respect to the mankind from the mankind. So, let’s remember him on 14th April as this is his birth anniversary.