10 Lines On Dr B R Ambedkar For Student And Children’s

10 Lines On Dr B R Ambedkar. Bhimrao Ambedkar was a very courageous leader and lawyer by profession. He graduated from the Bar Course of Grey’s Inn in the degree of law. It was in the year 1919, B.R. Ambedkar suggested a special electoral system for the minorities of our nation. He also suggested an idea of special reservation for the lower caste of our nation. It was in the year 1920 that the influencer Shahu Ji-IV heard his speech.

10 Lines On Dr B R Ambedkar

10 Lines On Dr B R Ambedkar For Student And Children’s

He got impressed and asked him out for a meal together, and this event was highlighted by the social extremists who were astonished by the decision of Shahu-IV Ji. Bhimrao Ambedkar was the main man behind the Constitution of India. He drafted and submitted it to Rajendra Prasad, who happened to be the 1st President of India. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was the person who introduced the Spoke Wheel in the Indian Flag.

In the year of 1927, Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar actively conducted several movements, and the basic agenda of such movements was to abolish symbolic representation for specific communities, to remove the prohibition of visiting temples for marginalized communities, and to avail pure drinking source for lower communities. These courageous movements by this great legend were for social welfare.

10 Lines On Dr B R Ambedkar { Set – 1 }

  1. On the date of 14th of April, in the year 1891, Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was born.
  2. He was born in the Army Cantonment of Mhow, Maharashtra, which is presently located in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
  3. R. Ambedkar’s Father Ramji Maloji Sakpal was a Subedar in the Indian Army.
  4. His mother Ramabai Sakpal was a housewife.
  5. From his childhood days, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar was a bright student.
  6. R. Ambedkar belonged to the Mahar community which was considered a low caste and an untouchable community.
  7. The concept of untouchability and the low-high caste system influenced Ambedkar’s school and college days.
  8. Even having a unique persona in studies he suffered biased attitude and discrimination from his college mates, school mates, and teachers.
  9. But, these ups and downs in his life gave B.R. Ambedkar strength and this courageous man never left his studies.
  10. It was in the year 1935, he signed the ‘Poona Pact’ with the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi on behalf of depressed communities of society. It was aimed to focus on the special electoral rights of the lower caste community of our beloved motherland.

10 Lines On Dr B R Ambedkar { Set – 2 }

  1. Dr. B.R. Ambedkar faced a lot of caste discrimination in his childhood as at that period of time, Dalits had to sit outside the classroom for studying, and they were even not allowed to even touch the drinking water.
  2. Bhimrao Ambedkar earned a scholarship due to which he got an opportunity for a postgraduate program at Columbia University in New York and he also went to the United States of America for higher studies.
  3. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar is known as the maker of the Indian Constitution, and you will be shocked to know that he is the 1st Indian to set 8-hour working hours in the office.
  4. He was the minister of the law of independent India.
  5. He also contested the Lok Sabha elections 2 times and unfortunately, he was also defeated in both of them.
  6. He is the 1st Indian to earn a Ph.D. degree in Economics, and he is the 1st Indian to go abroad.
  7. He had many exceptional qualities such as a desire to do something new, having 100% confidence in himself, feeling of love, having foresight, fulfilling his responsibility towards society, and taking everyone together.
  8. Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was proficient in 9 languages and had 32 degrees.
  9. He once said in anger that I am born a Hindu, however, I will never ever die as a Hindu.
  10. 22 promises were taken before Dr. B.R. Ambedkar left Hinduism.

10 Lines On Dr B R Ambedkar { Set – 3 }

  1. Along with many other Dalits, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar converted his religion from Hinduism to Buddhism.
  2. His condition deteriorated between the year 1954 and to the year of 1955.
  3. He was besieged by many diseases and died on the date of 6th of December, in the year 1956.
  4. His last rites were conducted as per the Buddhist rituals because he had converted his religion from Hinduism to Buddhism.
  5. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar, who is popularly known as Babasaheb was born on the 14th of April, in the year 1891.
  6. B.R. Ambedkar was born in the military cantonment and the British established the town of Mhow in the focal regions.
  7. His mother was Bhimabai Murbadkar and his father was Ramji Maloji Sakpal.
  8. He had 14 siblings.
  9. His family belonged to the Marathi foundation from the Ambavade town in the Ratnagiri region of the present state of Maharashtra.
  10. His father used to serve in the Indian Army at Mhow cantonment.

10 Lines On Dr B R Ambedkar { Set – 4 }

  1. B.R. Ambedkar got his education in Marathi and English.
  2. He and his family belonged to a caste that was treated as untouchables.
  3. The caste was known as the Hindu Mahar caste.
  4. In spite of this fact, Babasaheb used to go to the school; however, he was given 0 attention, importance, or consideration by the teachers.
  5. Babasaheb wasn’t even permitted to sit in the class.
  6. Conquering several money and social related snags, he finished his matriculation assessment in the year 1907 and got admission to the University of Bombay, getting one of the 1st peoples of the untouchables to enter such reputable and prestigious colleges in India.
  7. Ramabai from Dapoli was his spouse with whom he got married in the year of 1908.
  8. He even got admission to the most reputable and prestigious Elphinstone College and acquired a grant of 25 rupees every month from the Gayakward leader of Baroda, Sahyaji Rao III for further studies in the United States of America.
  9. By the year 1912, Babasaheb acquired his degree in political theory and financial aspects and arranged to take up work with the Baroda state government.
  10. Around that time, his wife gave birth to her 1st child, who was named Yashwant.

Conclusion:

 Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was a prominent reformer of modern India. He faced social discrimination and inequality still did not bow down till the end.  He gave new life and honor to the untouchables by his hard work and dedication.

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