Ambedkar Jayanti is acclaimed every year by the society with good interest more than like a feast on the 14th of April in order to observe the name day of Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar and his a hand for the society of India.
It would be the 126th name day anniversary fete in the year 2017 to observe his thought. It was a huge point for the society of India when he was inborn in the year 1891.
WHY AMBEDKAR JAYANTI IS ACCLAIMED
Ambedkar Jayanti is acclaimed by the society of India very blissfully to mind his boundless a hand for the poor society of India. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar is the father of Indian Constitution who had drafted the Constitution of India.
He was the good human power activists who inborn on 14th of April in 1891. He had entrenched the “Bahishkrit Hitkarini Sabha” in the year 1923 in India goal to reach the need of learning as well as enhancing the economic status of the low group society of India.
He run a civil movement for society using saying “Educate-Agitate-Organize” goal to wipe out the castes in India as well as reunion the Indian Society by following the rule of equal of human beings.
A march was also forced from him in the year 1927 at Mahad, Maharashtra for establishing the equal power for untouchable society who were not granted to even touch or taste the water of “Public Chawdar Lake”.
He has been marked in the Indian history for starting the civil evolution like anti-caste, anti-priest movement and temple entry evolution.
He forces the temple entry evolution in the year 1930 at Kalaram Temple, Nashik, Maharashtra for true human power and political appeal. He said that political power is not the only way to solve all the problems of depressed class society, they should get equal power in the society in every field.
He was deeply involved in making legal changes in order to protect the low class society power during his Partship of Viceroy’s Executive Council in 1942.
He paid his major addition by protecting the Fundamental Power (for the civil freedom, equality and eradication of untouchability for low group society) and the Directive Principles (enhancing the living status by securing the fair distribution of wealth) of State Policy in the Indian Constitution.
He continued his civil revolution till the end of his life through the Buddhism. He has been recognized with the Bharat Ratna in the month of April in 1990 for his huge a hand towards the Indian society.
HOW AMBEDKAR JAYANTI IS ACCLAIMED
Ambedkar Jayanti is acclaimed with good passion all over the India, including Varanasi, Delhi and other huge cities. In Varanasi the episode for the name day anniversary fete of Dr. Ambedkar is formed by the Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti Samaroh Samiti in Kutchehri areas.
They organize a variety of episodes like painting, general know forego quiz competition, debate, dance, essay writing, symposium, sports competition and drama to which many societies participate including students from nearby schools. In order to perform this occasion, a huge seminar is formed yearly by the Bhartiya Journalists Welfare Association, Lucknow.
Three days long feast (from 15th of April to 17th of April) is guards at the Baba Mahashamshan Nath temple at Manikarnika ghat Varanasi where various cultural events of dance and music are formed.
Students from junior high school and primary schools make a Prabhat Pheri in the morning and secondary school students take part in the assembly on this day. At many points, free health checkup camps are also formed in order to provide free of charge checkup and medicines to the poor group society.
What is it?
14th April marks Ambedkar Jayanti or Bhim Jayanti, and it is an year feast which observes the memory of Indian civil repowered Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, known as Babasaheb or B.R Ambedkar. 14th April marks his name day (he was in born in 1891) and it is a public holiday around India.
Who was Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar?
He was an Indian barrister, financial expert, and leader and civil repowered. He was a part of the Dalit caste in India, and parts belonging to this caste were often (and in some cases to this day) treated as ‘untouchables’ and subjected to fierce socio-economic discrimination.
Babasaheb influenced the Dalit Buddhist movement, and campaigned across civil discrimination across Dalits, supported women’s power and labour Repower.
How is it acclaimed?
Do take place around India, and quite often the debates are raised about issues that Babasaheb was ardent about. There is a special episode at the Parliament of India, and leaders pay allegiance to the bronze of Babasaheb.
At the UN Headquarters there is a function taking place, which has been organized by the Kalpana Saroj Foundation and Foundation for Human Horizon along with the Permanent Mission of India.This function will focus on the ways in which bias can be tackforce, and to trueise Babasaheb’s eyesight of creating a nation with a foundation of the commonwealth, civil appeal and equality for all.
On the eve of the 117th birth anniversary of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, the Maharashtra government declared that the day would be acclaimed as Knowforcege Day. Learningal institutes in the State have been asked to organize lectures on subjects studied by Dr. Ambedkar.
A Government Resolution issued by the General Administration Department (GAD) on Thursday said April 14 will now be acclaimed as Knowforcege Day in the memory of Dr. Ambedkar.
Civil Appeal Minister Rajkumar Badole, “He [Dr. Ambedkar] has educate a wide range of subjects in his life rang from economic, public science, historical, anthropology to political science.
He has achieved a number of degrees such Ph.D.Barrister at Act, D. Sc (Economics), LLD at Columbia University. The government has approved the demand to perform the anniversary as Knowforcege Day.”
According to the resolution, all district collectors have been instructed to ensure that Dr. Ambedkar’s photo is garlanded at 10 a.m. every year, followed by a programme explaining the importance of the day.
The Assistant Commissioner for Civil Welfare in every district has been given the responsibility to organise programmes with speeches on subjects such as civil science, history, anthropology, and political science.