• Shrestha
    to the untouchables | B. R. Ambedkar | Wings of Fire | DR. A. P. J. Abdul Kalam | London Olympic 2012 Name: Vijay Kumar Event: Shooting Name: Shushil Kumar Event: Wrestling Name: Mary Kom Event: Boxing Name: Saina Nehwal Event: Badminton Name: Gagan Narang Event: Shooting...
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  • E Commerce
    Dontad Street Doshi Wadi Dpenna Wadi Dr A.b.road Dr Ambedkar Cross Road Dr Ambedkar Road Dr Anand Rao L.nair Road Dr Anandao Nair Road Dr Anne Besant Roadd Dr Atmaram Merchant Road Dr Atmaram Ramachandra Road Dr Babasaheb Ambedkar Road Dr Babasaheb Jaykar Marg Dr Batliwala Road Dr Bhagwanlal Indraji...
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  • Cast System in india
    strategy: his conversion to Buddhism in 1956, along with millions of followers, highlighted the failure of his political endeavours.[8] India's first Prime Minister, Jawaharlal Nehru, based on his own relationship with Dalit reformer Ambedkar, also spread information about the dire need to eradicate...
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  • Ambedkar on Buddhism
    addition, the rest of the life for the scheduled caste shows that Dr. Ambedkar included the all untouchables, lower caste people. Dr. Ambedkar in 1954 speaking on all India Radio I the series ‘My Personal Philosophy’, he declared positively, my social philosophy may be may be said to be enshrined in...
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  • PHILOSOPHICAL HUMANISM ACCORDING TO INDIAN CONCEPT
    strong humanistic underpinnings. It is only regrettable that the press in the past as well as the contemporary has projected Ambedkar mainly as a great social rebel and a bitter critic of the Hindu religion. Critics of Dr. Ambedkar have ignored his basic humanistic instincts and strong humanitarian...
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  • Dr. Ambedkar
    important end in itself and necessary for the achievement of sustainable human development. The role played by Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, as chairperson of the Drafting Committee of the Constitution, has left imprint on the social tapestry of the country after independence, and shaped the socio-political...
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  • fundamental rights
    Assembly, from July 1947 to September 1948, was formed on August 29, 1947. Its members were: 1. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar 2. N. Gopalaswami Ayyar 3. K.M. Munshi 4. Syyed Mohd. Saadulla 5. N.Madhav Rao 6. D.P.Khaitan (T Krishnamachari, after Kahitan’s Death in 1948) • It was finally passed and...
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  • Exploitation of Teenagers as Reflected in Mulk Raj Anand’s Untouchable and Coolie
    ideal to which we will have to adjust itself. He believes that there are only two communities 1.Abuser and 2. Abused people. Then Came Lenin Vladimir, a Russian Marxist revolutionary and then Stalin came with his own revolutionary thoughts. In India, Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar, came into the form of...
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  • Ambedkar Ji
    B.R. Ambedkar | | | Dr. B.R. Ambedkar, the man behind the drafting and formation of the Indian Constitution, was not only a learned scholar and an eminent jurist but also a revolutionary against social evils like untouchability and caste system. Childhood and Early Life of B.R. Ambedkar...
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  • Social Philosophical Thoughts and Contributions of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar
    SOCIAL PHILOSOPHICAL THOUGHTS AND CONTRIBUTIONS OF DR. B. R. AMBEDKAR 1. INTRODUCTION Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s philosophical contribution has in the areas of Humanism, realism and rationalism. He propounded a philosophy of humanism taking in account both theory and practice. For him philosophy is...
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  • Ambedkar and Women Empowerment
    woman. Ambedkar is a chief architect of Indian Constitution and by the Indian Constitution and other social movements he always favored weak and ignored classes. It is Ambedkar’s efforts by which women are growing. Now women are getting high education, doing every type of jobs and now they...
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  • Dr. Ambedkar a Great Worshipper of Social Equality
    DR. AMBEDKAR: A GREAT WORSHIPPER OF SOCIAL EQUALITY There have been a number of great people in the world who have dedicated themselves to the struggles of the emancipation and upliftment of the powerless victims of the systems in their countries. Dr. Ambedkar has been a great advocate of equal...
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  • Dr. Ambedkar
    contemporaries. All these facets of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar's personality had strong humanistic underpinnings. Dr. Bhimrao Ramjee Ambedkar, a great crusader of social justice,was born on April 14, 1891, in an untouchable Mahar family in Mhow Cantt in Madhya Pradesh as the fourteenth child of his parents. His...
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  • Constitution of India
    achieving the Social Justice. Dr. Ambedkar Foundation (DAF) was set up in pursuance of the recommendations of Babasaheb Dr. B.R. Ambedkar’s Centenary Celebrations Committee constituted under the Chairmanship of the then Prime Minister. The Foundation was registered under the Societies Registration...
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  • Nehru
     · All India Kisan Sabha · Azad Hind · more | | | | | Social reformers | Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi · Rahul Sankrityayan · Mahatma Jyotirao Phule · Gopal Ganesh Agarkar · Shahu Maharaj · Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar · Dhondo Keshav Karve · Vitthal Ramji Shinde · Mahadev Govind Ranade · Swami...
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  • Social Exclusion of Dalits in Relief and Rehabilitation- a Case Study of Kendrapara District, Orissa
    -400088 2013 Dr. Mohammed Irshad (Supervisor) Signature of Supervisor 04-03-2013 2 Declaration I, Asmita Nikam, hereby declare that this paper titled “Social Exclusion of Dalits in Relief and Rehabilitation-A case study of Kendrapara District in Orissa” is the outcome of my own study...
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  • Dr Ambedkar and the Question of Land
    that they could purchase land if anyone was willing to sell it to them. Refuting the commonly understood notion which considered land ownership to to be solely a means for livelihood for a person; Dr Ambedkar believed that possession of land was also a means to evaluate a person’s social status. Dr...
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  • Dr. B.R.Ambedkar: as an Economist
    distinction in one of his essays between an "intellect worker" and an intellectual. The former, according to him, is one who uses his intellect for making a living whereas the latter is one who uses it for critical analysis and social transformation. Dr. Ambedkar fits Baran's definition of an...
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  • An Evaluation of Depressed Classes in Indain Social Stratification
    in Wardha in the year 1928 (the move was spearheaded by reformer Jamnalal Bajaj). The caste system has also been criticized by many Indian social reformers. Some reformers, such as Jyotirao Phule and Iyothee Thass argued that the lower caste people were the original inhabitants of India, and were...
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  • ambedkar perspective for economic developement
    Paper presented at a National Seminar on the theme: Social Justice : Gandhi, Nehru and Ambedkar, Organized by the National P.G. College,2, Rana Pratap Marg, Lucknow 226 001 u. p. December 17 th and 18th 2006. Therefore, this is the need of the time to study and understand Dr. Babasaheb...
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