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Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (Marathi:डॊ.भीमराव रामजी आंबेडकर )

(April 14, 1891- December 6, 1956), also known as Babasaheb, was an Indian Nationalist, Architect of Indian Constitution, Economist, Jurist, Journalist, Publisher, Historian, Prolific Writer, Orator, Politician and Religious Leader of millions of people in India as well as abroad.


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For the welfare of entire mankind, Bharath must stand before the world as a self-confident, resurgent and mighty nation. Even at the inception, the Sangh was viewed by its founder not as a sectoral activity, but as a dynamic power-house energizing every field of national activity. Expressed in the simplest terms, the ideal of the Sangh is to carry the nation to the pinnacle of glory through organizing the entire society. Verily this is the one real national as well as global mission. If ever there was one.


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Vision And Mission

For the welfare of entire mankind, Bharath must stand before the world as a self-confident, resurgent and mighty nation. Even at the inception, the Sangh was viewed by its founder not as a sectoral activity, but as a dynamic power-house energizing every field of national activity. Expressed in the simplest terms, the ideal of the Sangh is to carry the nation to the pinnacle of glory through organizing the entire society. Verily this is the one real national as well as global mission. If ever there was one.


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Vision And Mission

For the welfare of entire mankind, Bharath must stand before the world as a self-confident, resurgent and mighty nation. Even at the inception, the Sangh was viewed by its founder not as a sectoral activity, but as a dynamic power-house energizing every field of national activity. Expressed in the simplest terms, the ideal of the Sangh is to carry the nation to the pinnacle of glory through organizing the entire society. Verily this is the one real national as well as global mission. If ever there was one.


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THE LIFE OF THE BUDDHA

The goal of Mahayana's bodhisattva path is Samyaksambuddhahood, so that one may benefit all sentient beings by teaching them the path of cessation of dukkha. Mahayana theory contrasts this with the goal of the Hinayana path, where the goal is individual arhatship

"Be Educated, Be Organised and Be Agitated"

He was independent India's first law minister, the principal architect of the Constitution of India and founding father of modern India

He pioneered revival of Buddhism in India and inspired the Modern Buddhist movement.

I prefer Buddhism because it gives three principles in combination, which no other religion does. Buddhism teaches prajna (understanding as against superstition and supernaturalism), karuna (love), and samara (equality).



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