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नको गं माय मले...

नको गं माय मले भंडाऱ्याले जायाचं,
तिकडं सारे मिळून खातात
न चोथा करून फेकतात,
उसाले नाही त पोरींले...

नको गं माय मले दिल्लीले जायाचं,
तिकडं रस्ते सवेरेचे का रातचे,
लोक उजेडात पाहतात,
न रात्री चटके देतात मोम्बत्तीने...

नको गं माय मले मुंबईले जायाचं,
सारे मावटे, कुनी कोणाचं नाय,
समोर संत असल्याचे वागतात,
मागून वासना फुटते डोळ्याले...

नको गं माय मले पटनाले जायाचं,
जात विचारतात बोलाय्ले
न देह बघतात चोळायले,
ह्य कायले विचारलं,
तर वास सुटतो जंगलायले...

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Understanding Ambedkar & Ambedkarism

Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar was born on 14th April 1891 in a military cantonment in Mahu town of Madhya Pradesh. He was a political leader, philosopher, anthropologist, historian, orator, economist, teacher, editor (journalist), writer, revolutionary and a revivalist for Buddhism in India. He was the first Law Minister of India and also the Minister of Labor, Energy, Public Constructions & Water Resources. He was the chairman of Constitution Drafting Committee and became the chief architect of the Indian Constitution. In British India, only kings, dignitaries, degree holders & tax payer rich people was having the right to vote for any election; in this era, the first person who said, “Every person should get equal rights of voting for elections”, not only in India but in the whole Asia was Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

  In his early life, he faced many difficulties in education because of his caste. He was born to Bhimabai & Ramji Sakpal in a poor Mahar caste, which was treated as untou…