Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar is still regarded as one of India's most influential figures in the country's democracy. Dr. Ambedkar, who was born on April 14, 1891, was a jurist, economist, politician, and social reformer. Ambedkar, also known as Babasaheb, wore many hats and made significant contributions to the first draught of the constitution.
Dr. Ambedkar fought tirelessly against social discrimination against untouchables and for the advancement of lower castes. In the year 1990, Ambedkar was posthumously awarded the Bharat Ratna.
Dr. Ambedkar died peacefully in his sleep on December 6, 1956. His work, however, piqued the interest of social reformers, academics, and politicians.In remembrance of the legend, let's share BR Ambedkar Death Anniversary 2021 quotes, messages, slogans & more.
1. So long as you do not achieve social liberty, whatever freedom the law provides you is meaningless.
2. Humans are mortal beings. Ideas are the same way. An idea requires propagation in the same way that a plant requires watering. Both will wither and die if not.
3. Political tyranny pales in comparison to social tyranny, and a reformer who defies society is a braver man than a politician who defies the government.
4. I admire religions that promote liberty, equality, and fraternity.
5. I measure a community's progress by the amount of progress made by women.
6. Caste is not a physical object, such as a brick wall or a line of barbed wire that prevents Hindus from mixing and must thus be removed. Caste is a concept; it is a mental state.
7. Life should be great, not long.
8. Religion must be primarily a matter of principles. It cannot be a question of rules. When it degenerates into rules, it ceases to be a religion because it eliminates responsibility, which is an essential component of the true religious act.
9. Man, unlike a drop of water, does not lose his identity when he enters the sea. The life of man is self-sufficient. He is created not only for the advancement of society, but also for the advancement of himself.
10. Democracy is more than just a form of government. It is primarily a mode of associated living, of communicative experience. It is essentially a respect and reverence for one's fellow man.