Dr B R Ambedkar Jayanti 2019

India celebrates Ambedkar Jayanti on 14 April every year to honour the birthday of Dr B R Ambedkar, who was born on 14 April 1891. It is a public holiday in India since 2015. Dr B R Ambedkar contributed significantly to various fields, including economics and banking. The jayanti is celebrated in other parts of the world by the Dalit community. His contributions towards the creation of the Indian Constitution have been tremendous. He was the architect of the Indian Constitution. In 1990, he was honoured with the Bharat Ratna award, which is the highest civilian award in the country.

Ambedkar Jayanti 2019

Day Date Year Holiday States
Sunday 14 April 2019 Dr Ambedkar Jayanti National except MZ, TR, AN, CH, DD, DL, MN, ML, AS, PY

How Is Dr B R Ambedkar Jayanti Celebrated?

The followers of Dr B R Ambedkar will carry the processions of the jayanti àt Chaitya Bhoomi Mumbai. The Prime Minister and President of India pay homage at the Ambedkar’s statue. Even the common public pays homage, including his followers. On the day, many people like to take part in lecturers, which are aimed at addressing social ills. Some people celebrate the jayanti by keeping the statue of Dr B R Ambedkar at their residences.

Delhi, the national capital, and Varanasi are special when it comes to the celebration of the jayanti in India. In the city of Varanasi, Ambedkar Jayanti Samiti conducts various events such as quiz competition, dance competition, painting competition, essay writing competition, debates and sports competition on the day. In Lucknow, Bharatiya Journalists Welfare Association conducts a seminar annually. In Varanasi, it celebrated for three days at the Baba Mahashamshan Nath Temple. Various cultural programs are held by local committees.

Why Is Ambedkar Jayanti Celebrated?

India celebrates the Jayanti of Dr B R Ambedkar in order to remember and honor his significant contribution to the Indian poor. He was the main brain behind the Indian Constitution. In 1923, the Bahishkrit Hitkarini Sabha was founded by him to spread the need for education and enrich the financial status of the low-income group. A social movement, which was aimed at eradicating the casteism in the country, was run by him. He commenced social movements such as anti-priest movement, temple entry movement, anti-caste movement, etc.

In 1930, the temple entry movement was led by him at Nashik for human rights. According to him, the problems of the depressed people are not resolved completely through the political power. The depressed people should be given equal rights in the society. In 1942, he was a member of Victoria’s Executive Council. During his tenure, he fought for safeguarding the rights of the low-class people. He was a social reformer and economist throughout his life.

Significant Contributions Of Dr B R Ambedkar

  • The contributions of Dr B R Ambedkar have been significant. He fought for protecting the rights of the Dalit community through organising several events. The notable events include Equality Janta, Mook Nayaka, etc.
  • The Congress Government had invited him to become the first Law Minister when the country was freed from the British administration on 15 August 1947. He was deputed as a Chairman of the Constitution Drafting Committee on 29 August 1947.
  • He crafted the new constitution for the country. The Constituent Assembly had adopted the new constitution on 26 November 1949.
  • His contributions have been enormous in establishing the Central Bank of India, which is the Reserve Bank of India, as he was an economist. He authored three books: “The Problem of the Rupee: Its Origin and its Solution,” “Administration and Finance of East India Company,” and “The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India.”
  • Since he was an economist, Dr B R Ambedkar played a vital role in comprehending the Indian economy.
  • People were motivated by him for the growth of the agricultural sector and industrial activities. He also had motivated people for better education and the community health.
  • The Dalit Buddhist Movement was inspired by him.

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