Ambedkar Jayanti marks the birth of Independent India’s first law minister and the Chief Architect of the Constitution of India, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. It is celebrated on 14th April every year throughout the nation to commemorate the contributions of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. People for all the walks of life pay homage to Babasaheb and pledge to follow his ideologies. He was one of the prominent personalities who was against the social evil of untouchability and devoted major part of his life fighting for the cause and upliftment of the backwards.
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1) Celebrated on April 14 since 1957 as the birth anniversary of Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar born on 14 April 1891.
2) Marked as a public holiday in India.
3) Thousands gather at Chaitya Bhoomi, Mumbai to commemorate Babasaheb Ambedkar.
4) Thousands of Ambedkar’s followers gather at Deeksha Bhoomi, Nagpur and remember his principles.
5) Prime Minister and other dignitaries pay their respect to Babasaheb in Parliament.
6) Statues of B.R. Amdedkar throughout India are cleaned and garlanded.
7) Staff of the public offices pay their respect to Ambedkar and gather to discuss his principles and beliefs.
8) In schools children organize plays and get dressed as Ambedkar to instill their faith in his principles and beliefs.
9) The day is marked for thanking Chief Architect of the Constitution of India, for providing a fair and unbiased Constitution.
10) People and political parties take pledge to abolish discrimination and untouchability.
1) Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated on 14th April to mark the birth anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.
2) It is observed as a national holiday in India.
3) Many events and sabhas’ are organized at Chaitya Bhoomi, the memorial of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.
4) President, Prime Minister and leaders of political parties pay homage to the statue of Babasaheb.
5) Many schools and colleges organize events to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.
6) Children across the nation design placards depicting the sayings and ideologies of Babasaheb.
7) Maharashtra government celebrates 14th April as ‘Knowledge Day’ in the memory of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.
8) A ‘Google Doodle’ was published by Google to mark the 124th birthday of Babasaheb.
9) Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated in more than 55 countries around the globe.
10) Babasaheb was a crusader of untouchability and this day reminds us to fight against this social evil.
1) The birth anniversary of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar is celebrated on 14th April every year as Ambedkar Jayanti.
2) Dr. Ambedkar who is considered as the ‘Architect of Indian Constitution’ was born on 14th April, 1891 in Madhya Pradesh.
3) The day is celebrated by paying floral tribute to Ambedkar’s statues across the country and by organizing various programmes related to Dr. Ambedkar.
4) The portrait of Dr. Ambedkar is garlanded at the parliament and members of all political parties pay their floral tribute to him.
5) Various processions and ‘shobha yatra’ are carried out throughout the nation to mark the day with a huge participation from the people.
6) People start gathering on the day at Chaitya Bhoomi Memorial, Mumbai to celebrate the anniversary of Babasaheb.
7) The first birth anniversary of Dr. Ambedkar was celebrated in 1928 by Janardan Sadashiv Ranphise who started the celebration of Ambedkar Jayanti.
8) There are special events organized at Deeksha Bhoomi, Nagpur where Ambedkar accepted Buddhism on 14th October, 1956.
9) The occasion is celebrated with great zeal and zest across the country and people vow to follow the teachings professed by Dr. Ambedkar.
10) Ambedkar Jayanti is a day which teaches people about equality, harmony and peace and a day to remember the personality who gave our constitution.
1) The Ambedkar Jayanti is celebrated on 14th April of every year.
2) The day is celebrated as the birth anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar.
3) Dr. Ambedkar was born on 14th April 1891 but the day is being celebrated since 1957.
4) The government has declared it as a national holiday since 2005.
5) The day is especially celebrated by the Buddhists.
6) On the day, people visit 'Chaitya Bhoomi' in Mumbai and 'Deeksha Bhoomi' in Nagpur to commemorate their leader.
7) In Maharashtra, 14th April is celebrated as ‘Knowledge Day’ to pay tribute to Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar.
8) Indian Post has issued several stamps featuring Dr. Ambedkar on them as a tribute to him.
9) Ambedkar Jayanti is called by the name ‘Bhim Jayanti’ in many parts of the nation.
10) The United Nation has also been celebrating the Ambedkar Jayanti since 2016.
1) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar has been the chief architect of Constitution of India.
2) His birth anniversary is celebrated as Ambedkar Jayanti.
3) Ambedkar Jayanti can be directly related to the day of welfare of every human being.
4) Several social and cultural programs are held on this day to make people aware of their root.
5) Educational Institutions conduct some competition like Quiz and essay or speech competition for students.
6) On this day, all the statues of Dr. Ambedkar in India are cleaned and decorated well.
7) All the ministers and officers pay tribute to Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar on this day.
8) People take pledge to remove the inequality from the society.
9) Dr. Ambedkar is remembered for his great deeds and is admired for all of his achievements.
10) Dr. Ambedkar has clearly changed the perception of people and Ambedkar Jayanti is going to remain forever.
Ambedkar Jayanti is a festival that reminds us of the evils of untouchability and caste system and makes us more resolute towards their abolishment. It is also a day to take pride in having the World’s greatest and lengthiest written Constitution, and thanking its Chief Architect.