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Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti 2011:

Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar or simply B.R. Ambedkar was born on April 14, 1891 at MHOW (Military Headquarter of War) in Madhya Pradesh. He was the architect of Indian Constitution and is also known as the “Father of Indian Constitution”. He had dedicated his entire life for the upliftment of the deprived section of the society. Hence many Indians and even people from other countries revere him as a great social reformer. He also played a significant role in India’s freedom struggle. Dr.B.R. Ambedkar was born on 14th April 1891 was a political leader, Buddhist activist, economist, scholar, editor and so on……..Despite heavy odds against him as an untouchable person he became educated and worked for the benefit of his people. Here we have some of the SMS about Ambedkar Jayanti . Dr. Ambedkar was one of the first ‘untouchables’ to obtain a college education in India. He went on to United States and England to pursue higher studies, where he earned a law degree and multiple doctorates for his study and research in law, economics and political science. Returning home as a famous scholar, Ambedkar practiced law for a few years before he began publishing journals advocating political rights and social freedom for India’s untouchables.

Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti SMS:

Its day of celebrations,
Its day to value a special person,
Who taught world the lesson of Self Confidence
Its B R Abmedkar..
The Father
of Indian Constitution !
`
For a Special person
Who fought for Aam Aadmi
Dalits,Untouchables and Indians
Sh B R Ambedkar Jayanti is Today
Happy Ambedkar jayanti
`
May the spirit of Self Confidence and Fight against oppression be with us in this Ambedkar Jayanti.


Desh k liye jinhonene vilas ko thukraya tha,
Gire huon ko jinhonene Swabiman Sikhaya tha,
Jisne hum Sabko Toofano se takrana sikhaya tha
Desh ka tha anmol wo deepak jo “Baba Saheb” Kehlaya tha.
Aaj Uski Baato ko hum Dil se apnayenge
Sab Miljulkar Ambedkar jayanti Manaynge


For a Special person
Who fought for Aam Aadmi
Dalits,Untouchables and Indians
Sh B R Ambedkar Jayanti is Today
Happy Ambedkar jayanti


May the spirit of Self Confidence and Fight against oppression be with us in this Ambedkar Jayanti.
Wish you all the Happy Ambedkar Jayanti  2011


Its day of celebrations,
Its day to value a special person,
Who taught world the lesson of Self Confidence
Its B R Abmedkar..
The Father
of Indian Constitution !

Desh k liye jinhonene vilas ko thukraya tha,
Gire huon ko jinhonene Swabiman Sikhaya tha,
Jisne hum Sabko Toofano se takrana sikhaya tha
Desh ka tha anmol wo deepak jo “Baba Saheb” Kehlaya tha.
Aaj Uski Baato ko hum Dil se apnayenge..

For a Special person
Who fought for Aam Aadmi
Dalits,Untouchables and Indians
Sh B R Ambedkar Jayanti is Today
Happy Ambedkar jayanti

SIr uncha uthakar jina sikhaya mere Bhim ne
Shiksha ka mahatwa samjhaya mere bhim ne
Julm ke khilaf sangharsh karna sikhaya mere Bhim ne,
Aaj mai bahot uncha utha hun,
Mujhe uncha uthaya mere Bhim ne

Jaibhim.

Sara jaha hai jiki sharan me
naman hi us BABA ke charan me
bane us baba ke charno ki dhool
aao mil kar chadhaye shradha ke phool

!! JAI BHIM !!

Akashane uddan nakarlelya pnakhana grudache samarthya denarya maha manvas
koti koti prnanam jai bhim.

Asa Bal Janma Aala.
Sara Gaau Gola Zhala
Gunapramane Nav Jyache Saaje
BHIMRAWANCHI BABASAHEBANCHI
Sarya Vishwat Jayanti Gaje !!!

BHARATRATNA DR. BABASAHEB AMBEDKARANA KOTI KOTI PRANAM !!!

Wishing a happy Ambedkar Jayanti ..
The day 14th April is celebrated all over the country as his birthday (Jayanti)..Many Indians and even people from other countries revere him as a great social reformer. He also played a significant role in India’s freedom struggle. One great person our Country can never forget.

NIND APNI KHOKAR JAGAYA HUMKO,
AANSU APNE GIRAKAR HASAYA HUMKO,
KABHI MAT BHULNA US MAHAAN INSAAN KO,
JAMANA KEHTA HAIN” BABASAHEB AMBEDKAR “JINKO
JAI BHIM

Om Bolne Se Man Ko Shanti Milti Hai,
Sai Bolne Se Man Ko Shakti Milti Hai,
Ram Bolne Se Paapon Se Mukti Milti Hai,

Lekin ‘JAI BHIM’ Bolne Se Insaan Ko Insaan Ki Pehechan Milti Hai…
Aise Mere Babasaheb Ki Vani Hai!

NAMO BUDDHAYA! JAI BHIM! !

Sarva Jai Bhim Lokanna Maza Manacha,

‘JAI BHIM’!

PLEASE HELP THE NEEDY ONE!
JAI BHIM!

Trivar Trivar Trivar vandana tya BHIMAI matela
14 ve ratan janama ale mahuchya matila………..
JAI BHIM

“AMBEDKAR JAYNTI”

Yakinantar agar mere bhim na hote to ye azadi na hoti, baat mere baba ki mante to aaj desh ki ye barbadi na hoti , chali ayi hai wo azadi dulhan bankar magar kaise , agar mere bhim dulha na hote to ye shadi na hoti.. . .
JAY BHIM
Samta Sainik dhal (SSD) BHANDRA

JAY BHIM

I would like to show my appreciatin to you all who celebrate the life of dr. Bhim rao ambedkar and i hope his missson live ong this down us.
HAPPY 121 th birth day to Dr. AMBEDKAR
JAI BHIM
JAI BHARAT
. . . . . .
Father of India
“BHARAT RATN BABA SAHEB BHIM RAO AMBEDKAR”

“Ambedkar jaynti”
jAY BHIM
Hai haq use jaybhim kahne ka , jo sher dil rakhta hai hmara katra-katra bhi jay bhim kahta hai, agar mai mar bhi gaya to mere kafan pe likh dena bas ek naam
“JAI BHIM”
ham to ladke hai jay bhim wale dil kabhi kisi ka todte nahi , aur jo lalkarte hai maidan me ham use kabhi chhodte nahi. . . .
JAY BHHM
. . . . .BABA SAHEB. . . .
Samta sainik dhal bhandara-(SSD)

JAY BHIM
bhim jaisa suraj agar nikala na hota , hum dalito ka jivan me ye ujala na hota, mar gaye hote uhi julm sahkar agar hame bhim jaisa rakhwala mila na hota.,…
JAY BHIM
bharat ratn “BABA SAHEB”. .

JAY BHIM

Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti 2011 Speech:

Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar was born on 14th April, 1891. He was born in Central India as the fourteenth child to parents who belonged to the very lowest caste of Hindu society who are known as the dalits or untouchables. In 1908, Ambedkar passed the Matriculation exam from Bombay University. After graduating from Elfinstone College, Bombay in 1912, he joined Columbia University where he was awarded Ph.D for a thesis which he published in book form as “The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India”. Later he joined the London School of Economics and obtained a degree of D.Sc for his thesis, “The Problem of the Rupee”. He became a Professor of Political Economy in the Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics, Bombay in 1918.

In 1920, he started a Marathi Weekly paper called ‘Mooknayak’ to champion the cause of the depressed classes. He attended the depressed classes Conference on March the same year, under the Presidency of Chatrapati Sahu Maharaj at Kolhapur. He later resigned Professorship at Sydenham College to resume his studies in London. He returned to India on April 1923 and started to practice in the Bombay High Court. He also attended the three Round Table Conferences that were held in London to enable representatives of the various Indian communities and the three British Political parties to consider proposals for the future constitution of India. He founded the ‘Bahishkrit Hitkarini Sabha’ on July 20, 1924 for the upliftment of the depressed classes. The aims of the Sabha were Educate, Agitate, and Organise.

He opened a hostel for untouchable students at Barshi. He was nominated as a member of the Bombay Legislative Council in 1926. He started Satyagraha at Mahad, a place in Kolaba district to secure to the untouchables the Right of access to the Chavdar Tank. He also started Satyagraha at Kalram Temple, Nasik to secure the Right of entry into the temple by the untouchables.

On September 1932, he signed the Poona Pact with M.K.Gandhi giving up the separate electorates granted to the depressed classes by Ramsay MacDonald’s communal Award, and instead accepting representation through Joint Electorates which greatly increased the number of reserved seats. By signing this Pact, Ambedkar marked his emergence as the most influential leader of the untouchables. From 1932-34, he became a member of joint parliamentary committee on the Indian Constitutional Reform.

A historical Yeola Conversion Conference was held under the Presidentship of Dr.Ambedkar on Oct 13th, 1935. There he exhorted the depressed classes to leave Hinduism and embrace an other religion. He declared: ‘I was born as a Hindu but I will not die as a Hindu’. These activities made him unpopular in the mainstream Hindu caste opinion. He was invited by the Jat Pat Todak Mandal of Lahore to preside over the conference. Dr. Ambedkar prepared his historical speech- ‘The Annihilation of Caste’. But the conference was cancelled by the Mandal on the ground that Dr. Ambedkar’s thoughts were revolutionary. Finally, he refused to preside and published his speech in book form in 1937.

Dr. Ambedkar Jayanti 2011 Quotes:

“Learn to live in this world with self-respect. You should always cherish some ambition to do something in this world. They alone rise who strive. Some of you nurse the wrong notion that you will not rise in this world. But remember that the age of helplessness has ended. A new epoch has set in. All things are now possible because of your being able to participate in the Politics & Legislatures of this country”

Men are mortal. So are ideas. An idea needs propagation as much as a plant needs watering. Otherwise both will wither and die.

The conception of secular state is derived from the liberal democratic tradition of west. No institution which is maintained wholly out of state funds shall be used for the purpose of religious instruction irrespective of the question whether the religious instruction is given by the state or any other body.

If you ask me, my ideal would be the society based on liberty, equality and fraternity. An ideal society should be mobile and full of channels of conveying a change taking place in one part to other parts.

To idealise the real which more often than not is full of inequities is a very selfish thing to do. It is only when a person finds a personal advantage in things, as they are that he tries to idealise the real. To proceed to make such an ideal real is nothing short of criminal. It means perpetuating inequity on the ground that whatever is settled is settled for all times. Such a view is opposed to all morality. No society with ideal conscience has ever accepted it. On the contrary whatever progress in improving the terms of associated life between individuals and classes has been made in the course of history, is due entirely to the recognition of the ethical doctrine that whatever is wrongly settled is never settled and must be resettled.

A historian ought to be exact, sincere and impartial; free from passion, unbiased by interest, fear, resentment or affection; and faithful to the truth, which is the mother of history the preserver of great actions, the enemy of oblivion, the witness of the past, the director of the future.

In every country the intellectual class is the most influential class. This is the class which can foresee, advise and lead. In no country does the mass of the people live the life for intelligent thought and action. It is largely imitative and follows the intellectual class. There is no exaggeration in saying that the entire destination of the country depends upon its intellectual class. If the intellectual class is honest and independent, it can be trusted to take the initiative and give a proper lead when a crisis arises. It is true that the intellect by itself is no virtue. It is only a means and the use of a means depends upon the ends which an intellectual person pursues. An intellectual man can be a good man but he may easily be a rogue. Similarly an intellectual class may be a band of high-souled persons, ready to help, ready to emancipate erring humanity or it may easily be a gang of crooks or a body of advocates of narrow clique from which it draws its support.

My final words of advice to you are educate, agitate and organize; have faith in yourself. With justice on our side I do not see how we can loose our battle. The battle to me is a matter of joy. The battle is in the fullest sense spiritual. There is nothing material or social in it. For ours is a battle not for wealth or for power. It is battle for freedom. It is the battle of reclamation of human personality.

You must abolish your slavery yourselves. Do not depend for its abolition upon god or a superman. Remember that it is not enough that a people are numerically in the majority. They must be always watchful, strong and self-respecting to attain and maintain success. We must shape our course ourselves and by ourselves.

Untouchability shuts all doors of opportunities for betterment in life for Untouchables. It does not offer an Untouchable any opportunity to move freely in society; it compels him to live in dungeons and seclusion; it prevents him from educating himself and following a profession of his choice.

Untouchability has ruined the Untouchables, the Hindus and ultimately the nation as well. If the depressed classes gained their self-respect and freedom, they would contribute not only to their own progress and prosperity but by their industry intellect and courage would contribute also to the strength and prosperity of the nation. If the tremendous energy Untouchables are at present required to fritter away in combating the stigma of Untouchability had been saved them, it would have been applied by them to the promotion of education and development of resources of their nation as a whole.

There have been many Mahatmas in India whose sole object was to remove Untouchability and to elevate and absorb the depressed classes, but everyone has failed in their mission. Mahatmas have come, Mahatmas have gone but the Untouchables have remained as Untouchables.

From the point of view of annihilation of caste, the struggle of the saints did not have any effects on society. The value of a man is axiomatic and self-evident; it does not come to him from the gilding of Bhakti. The saints did not struggle to establish this point. On the contrary their struggle had very unhealthy effect on the depressed classes. It provided the Brahmins with an excuse to silence them by telling them that they would be respected if they attained the status of Chokhamela.

It is mischievously propagated by Hindu scriptures that by serving the upper classes the Shudras achieve salvation. Untouchability is another appellation of slavery. No race can be raised by destroying its self-respect. So if you really want to uplift the Untouchables, you must treat them in the social order as free citizens, free to carve out their destiny.

What you have lost others have gained. Your humiliations are a matter of pride with others. You are made to suffer wants, privations and humiliations not because it was pre-ordained by the sins committed in your previous birth, but because of the overpowering tyranny and treachery of those who are above you. You have no lands because others have usurped them; you have no posts because others have monopolised them. Do not believe in fate; believe in your strength.

Learn to live in this world with self-respect. You should always cherish some ambition of doing something in this world. But remember that the age of selflessness has ended. A new epoch is set in. All things are now possible because of your being able to participate in the politics and legislature of your country.

Some people think that religion is not essential to the society. I do not hold this view. I consider the foundations of religion are essential to the society. At the roots of Hindu social system lies a Dharma as prescribed in the Manusmriti. Such being the case I do not think it is possible to abolish the inequality in the Hindu society unless foundations of the Smriti-religion is removed and a better one laid in its place. I however, despair of Hindu society, being able to reconstruct itself on such a better foundation.

My religious conversion is not inspired by any material motive. This is hardly anything I cannot achieve even while remaining an Untouchable. There is no other feeling than that of a spiritual feeling underlying my religious conversion. Hinduism does not appeal to my conscience. My self-respect cannot assimilate Hinduism. In your case change of religion is imperative for worldly as well as spiritual ends. Do not care for the opinion of those who foolishly ridicule the idea of conversion for material ends. Why should you live under the fold of that religion which has deprived you of honor, money, food and shelter?

I tell you, religion is for man and not man for religion. If you want to organise, consolidate and be successful in this world, change this religion. The religion that does not recognise you as a human being, or give you water to drink, or allow you to enter in temples is not worthy to be called a religion. The religion that forbids you to receive education and comes in the way of your material advancement is not worthy of the appellation ‘religion’. The religion that does not teach its followers to show humanity in dealing with its co-religionists is nothing but a display of a force. The religion that teaches its followers to suffer the touch of animals but not the touch of human beings is not a religion but a mockery. The religion that compels the ignorant to be ignorant and the poor to be poor is not a religion but a visitation!

The basic idea underlying religion is to create an atmosphere for the spiritual development of the individual. This being the situation, it is clear that you cannot develop your personality at all in Hinduism.

In Hinduism, conscience, reason and independent thinking have no scope for development.

It is your claim to equality which hurts them. They want to maintain the status quo. If you continue to accept your lowly status ungrudgingly, continue to remain dirty, filthy, backward, ignorant, poor and disunited, they will allow you to live in peace. The moment you start to raise your level, the conflict starts. Untouchability is not transitory or temporary feature; it is eternal, it is lasting. Frankly it can be said that the struggle between the Hindus and the Untouchables is a never-ending conflict. It is eternal because the religion which assigns you the lowest status in society is itself divine and eternal according to the belief of the so-called high caste Hindus. No change warranted by change of time and circumstances is possible.

I have never claimed to be a universal leader of suffering humanity. The problem of the untouchables is quite enough for my slender strength. I do not say that other causes are not equally noble. But knowing that life is short, one can only serve one cause and I have never aspired to do more than serve the Untouchables.

Every man must have a philosophy of life, for everyone must have a standard by which to measure his conduct. And philosophy is nothing but a standard by which to measure.

Negatively I reject the Hindu social philosophy propounded in Bhagvad Gita, based as it is on the Triguna of Sankhya Philosophy which in my judgement is a cruel perversion of the philosophy of Kapila, and which had made the caste system of graded inequality the law of Hindu social life.

Positively, my social philosophy may be said to be enshrined in three words: liberty, equality and fraternity. Let no one however say that I have borrowed my philosophy from the French Revolution. I have not. My philosophy has its roots in religion and not in political science. I have derived them from the teachings of my master, the Buddha.

Indians today are governed by two different ideologies. Their political ideal set in the preamble of the Constitution affirms a life of liberty, equality and fraternity. Their social ideal embodied in their religion denies them.

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