B. R. Ambedkar

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B. R. Ambedkar
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Nascentia 1891-04-14 (Bhim Janmabhoomi)
Decesso 1956-12-06 (Dr. Ambedkar National Memorial, Nove Delhi)
Causa de decesso maladia
Loco de reposo Chaitya Bhoomi[*], Mumbai
Citatania British Raj[*], India, Dominion of India[*]
Educate in University of Mumbai[*], Columbia University, London School of Economics and Political Science[*], Elphinstone College[*], Government Law College, Mumbai[*]
Occupation economista[*], politico[*], constitutionalist[*], barrister[*], jurista[*], sociologist[*], anthropologo[*], pedagogue[*], scriptor, philosopho[*], social reformer[*], jornalista[*], revolutionario[*], Professor, political scientist[*], scholar[*], orator[*], freedom fighter[*], historico[*], newspaper editor[*], civil rights advocate[*], humanitarian[*], human rights activist[*], educational theorist[*], spiritual leader[*], activista pro le pace[*], autobiographo[*], political writer[*], theologo[*], pictor[*], women's rights activist[*], bibliographer[*], essayista[*], scholar[*]
Obras notabile Annihilation of Caste[*], Castes in India: Their Mechanism, Genesis and Development[*], Who Were the Shudras?[*], The Buddha and His Dhamma[*], Waiting for a Visa[*], Small Holdings in India and Their Remedies[*], The Problem of the Rupees: Its Origin and Its Solution[*], The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India[*], Pakistan or Partition of India[*], Ranade, Gandhi and Jinnah[*], What Congress and Gandhi Have Done to the Untouchables[*], States and Minorities[*], The Untouchables: Who Were They and Why They Became Untouchables[*], Thoughts on Linguistic States[*], Revolution and Counter-revolution in Ancient India[*], Riddles in Hinduism[*], Administration and Finance of the East India Company[*], Mr. Gandhi and the Emancipation of the Untouchables[*], Maharashtra as a Linguistic Province[*], The Rise and Fall of Hindu Women[*], Federation Versus Freedom[*], Communal Deadlock and a way to Solve it[*]
Partito politic Scheduled Castes Federation[*], Independent Labour Party[*], Republican Party of India[*]
Religion Buddhismo
Conjuge Ramabai Ambedkar[*], Savita Ambedkar[*]
Infantes Yashwant Ambedkar[*]
Parentes matre Bhimabai Ramji Sakpal[*] patre Ramji Maloji Sakpal[*]
Premios Bharat Ratna[*], The Greatest Indian[*], honorary doctorate from Columbia University[*], honorary doctor of Osmania University[*]
Lingua anglese, Hindi, germano, Lingua pali, Sanscrito, Bangla[*], Gujarati, Kannada[*], Persa, francese, Marathi, Urdu
ISNI 0000000121303500, 0000000368641050
VIAF 44331988
Commons B. R. Ambedkar

Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (14 de april 1891 - 6 de decembre 1956), etiam cognoscite como Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, era un jurista, economista, politico e reformator social indian, qui inspirava le movimento buddhista dalit e advocava pro le derectos de dalites, feminas, e travaliatores. [1][2][3][4][5][6]

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  1. Bhimrao Ambedkar
  2. Ambedkar Jayanti 2019: Facts on Babasaheb to share with kids | Parenting News,The Indian Express
  3. How India’s Most Downtrodden Embraced the Power of Statues
  4. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar | Biography, Books, & Facts | Britannica
  5. All You Need To Know About BR Ambedkar On His 129th Birth Anniversary
  6. (2013) in Donald S. Lopez, Jr.: Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 34. ISBN 9780691157863.