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Relevance Of Socio-Economic Thoughts Of Dr. Ambedkar Today

Ambedkar, Bhimrao Ramji (18911956) was leader of the Harijans (untochables or low caste Hindu) and Law Minister of the Government of India (194751). Born into a Mahar (low caste) family

Ambedkar, Bhimrao Ramji (18911956) was leader of the Harijans (untochables or low caste Hindu) and Law Minister of the Government of India (194751). Born into a Mahar (low caste) family of Western India, he as a boy was humiliated by his high caste school fellows. The Gaekwad (ruler) of Baroda awarded him a scholarship, and he studied at Universities in the United States, Britain and Germany. When he returned to India, he entered the Baroda Public Service at the Gaekwad’s request, but again he was illtreated by his high caste colleagues. In 1924 Ambedkar stated legal practice in Bombay (Mumbai) and founded the Depressed Classes Institute (Bahishkrit Hitkami Sabha) to uplift the untouchables to drew water form a Public Tank which was claimed to be private property be the Hindus. He was the case in the Bombay High court in 1937.

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