Authors : Ganpat Shriram Aglave
Page Nos : 18-20
The present paper investigates the attempts of Dr.B.R. Ambedkar to ordain and prescribe against the severity of caste in India during the colonial and instantaneous post-colonial span of time. In spite of progress in social -economic and political sectors in our country, still there are caste assault and prejudice exist among Dalits ,a group of people traditionally regarded as untouchable in the Indian caste system.Dalits are a mixed population comprised of groups across India.Being born into an untouchable family on 14th April 1891 in India, Dr.Ambedkar was soon confronted by bigotry at the hands of the higher castes.Ambedkar’s perspective and stance turned around how to avail the social integrity for miscellaneous sections of the Indian society as he attempted to obtain it through the socio-economic and political participation among the depressed and depreciatedcastes. As a result, he insisted that without any political participation we might not transform the society and achieve social justice for all.Ambedkar’sefforts to understand and subsequently overcome the differentiation of caste and explicitly the violence of untouchability. This paper brings the importance of Dr. BabasahebAmbedkar in past, present and future.Dr. BabasahebAmbedkar can be studied with different perspectives as per the time required.