Here's why Babasaheb adopted Buddhism?
Here's why Babasaheb adopted Buddhism?

Those who are also known as Babasaheb Ambedkar were a judicial, economist, social and political reformer. He was a noted politician and an eminent jurist. His efforts to eradicate social evils like untouchability and caste ban are notable. He is also called the father of the Indian Constitution.

For your information, Let us tell you that in his memoirs which are published in the booklet 'Waiting for Visa', it is written that after getting education from abroad, when he started the job of Baroda State, the untouchable caste Due to this, it became difficult for him even to get a house on rent.

On 14 October 1956, Ambedkar and his supporters embraced Buddhism after adopting Panchsheel, after framing the constitution and assuming several positions. Ambedkar believed that Dalits can never get their rights within Hinduism. Ambedkar died on 6 December 1956.

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