New Delhi, India – On the occasion of the 132nd birth anniversary of Bharat Ratna Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar, the Father of the Indian Constitution, people from all walks of life came together to pay their respects and honor his legacy.
Dr. Ambedkar, who was born on April 14, 1891, was a social reformer, economist, and politician who fought tirelessly for the rights of the oppressed and marginalized sections of Indian society. He is credited with drafting the Indian Constitution, which is the backbone of the world’s largest democracy.
Dr. BR Ambedkar’s efforts towards maintaining the unity of India and his opposition to the partition of the country on religious lines. The quote mentioned in the article emphasizes Dr. Ambedkar’s strong stance on the matter, as he declares that he will not accept the division until all Muslims go to Pakistan and all Hindus come to India
Dr. Ambedkar was a great thinker and appeals to the readers to unite and keep the country united in his memory. The occasion of Dr. Ambedkar’s birth anniversary is marked as a day of reverence and tribute to his legacy.
The day began with floral tributes and a prayer meeting at his memorial in New Delhi. Former president Ram Nath Kovind, Vice President Venkaiah Naidu, and Prime Minister Narendra Modi were among those who paid their respects to the visionary leader.
In his tribute, President Kovind said, “Dr. Ambedkar was a visionary who foresaw the challenges that India would face in the future. He gave us a Constitution that reflects our country’s diverse and pluralistic society. His contributions to our nation’s progress and development are immeasurable.”
The Vice President, in his message, emphasized the importance of Dr. Ambedkar’s teachings and values. He said, “Dr. Ambedkar’s life and work continue to inspire generations. His message of social harmony, equality, and conscientiousness is more relevant today than ever before.”
Prime Minister Modi, in his message, hailed Dr. Ambedkar as an icon of social justice and equality. He said, “Dr. Ambedkar’s life was dedicated to the welfare of the poor, oppressed, and marginalized sections of society. He fought for their rights and worked tirelessly to create a just and equal society. On his birth anniversary, we rededicate ourselves to his ideals and strive to build a better and more inclusive India.”
The birth anniversary of Dr. Ambedkar was also celebrated across the country with various events, including seminars, exhibitions, and cultural programs. People from all walks of life, including students, activists, and political leaders, took part in these events to pay tribute to the great visionary.
Dr. Ambedkar’s legacy continues to inspire and guide India’s journey toward social justice and equality. On his birth anniversary, the nation remembers his contribution to building a better and more inclusive India.