Bodhisattva Dr. Ambedkar, father of Indian constitution embraced Buddhism on 14th October 1956 with million people at Nagpur. This day is a source of inspiration for all Mulnivasi (original Indian, exploited, untouchable, socially degraded, culturally despised, politically powerless, denied them the basics human rights). This will be great regard for Dr.B.R. Ambedkar for us to embrace Buddhism.
Bodhisattva Dr. Bhim Rao Ambedkar had opened a way toward Buddhism which leads to happiness, peace of mind, liberty, equality and fraternity.
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6th DECEMBER 1956. The announcement that Baba Sahib Ambedkar is no more, how this news would have affected the message that day. Because even today after 58 years, millions around the world remember this day come together and salute and remember and pay tributes to this man who stood like a rock against the centuries old slavery that left millions in the worst position than animals. He challenged it and defeated it in all fronts.
“Tell the slave he is a slave and he will Revolt.” This one saying of his turned my life around when I read Baba Sahib Ambedkar very keenly during the Ambedkar Centenary Celebrations 1988-1993 more curiously I read him adopted his way of thinking I came to understand his life ,his struggle and sincerity and endless efforts to demolish the citadels of Brahmins. He managed to create crises for Aryan Brahmins when he focused and concentrated his all trust by declaring, quote, “uproot Brahmanism the symbol of inequality.” He brought unbearable pressure and crises by (1) By burning Manu samriti publically (2) Mahad water tank satyagraha . (3) kala ram Mandir entry. That not only shook Brahmins but Also the British. This opened the gates of our confinement to freedom that he won out right in round table conference in London despite Gandhi Ji and congress objections .I very strongly feel we might have many supper men or women who were able perform miracles such as walk on water, fly in air but could not do anything for my defenceless, voiceless, forefathers who lived produced slave children to carry on slavery. Came this man and set me free. Therefore, I have no interest today in any God goddess or Sant Mahant other than Ambedkar. To me he is much bigger and powerful than any God. He birth and his stature to shine like a beacon and guiding millions out of Brahminical hell and leading to Buddhist heaven. I pay my wholehearted respect and salute to him with a promise That I will live his way and die his way in the service to awaken millions downtrodden
Brothers and sisters. Jai Bheem long live your guidance
M.S, BAHAL U.K