Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Rachana Sambhar Vol. 16 PDF Bengali and Hindi.
Author – Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar,
Language – Bengali and Hindi,
Book Format – PDF,
Book Size – B-12 MB, H- 22 MB,
Book quality – excellent,
Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Rachana Sambhar Vol. 16 PDF
The sixteenth volume of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar’s speeches and writings “What did Congress and Gandhi do for the untouchables?” And there is a reprint of “Shri M. K. Gandhi and the Salvation of the Untouchables”. Both of these texts now have only doctrinal importance. They highlight the differences between Dr. Ambedkar and Gandhiji.
These differences can be said to be two sides of the same problem. Both recognized and recognized the problem of the untouchables, but they differed as to the methods of solving it. Dr. Ambedkar used to emphasize on law and constitutional protections to protect the interests of the Scheduled Castes. Gandhiji understood that this problem was a moral stigma which should be removed by atonement. Accepting this social fact, in the Poona Pact of 24th September, 1932, it has been solemnly affirmed that no one among the Hindus shall be considered untouchable by reason of his birth. It also recognizes the need for some statutory protections. Subsequent events also confirmed the need for moral reforms and legal measures.
The principle of reservation of seats for scheduled castes and scheduled tribes was accepted in the constitution composed after independence. The practice of giving representation through nomination to one person from the Anglo-Indian community is still prevalent. There are also substantial constitutional protections for linguistic and religious minorities.
Our constitution has been designed for the welfare of all sections of the pluralistic Indian society. It is a combination of Dr. Ambedkar’s rational approach and Gandhiji’s moral ideas. In this way both Dr. Ambedkar and Gandhi ji have contributed in the governance system of modern India. Both were components of change. To protect the interests of the Scheduled Castes, for Dr. Ambedkar, the constitutional and complete protection of Babasaheb Dr. Ambedkar was necessary. Simply relying on a change of heart was not enough. He believed that the law itself should contain at least a moral element. Thus, law and morality have to go hand in hand. In fact, the Indian Constitution has a unique blend of law and morality.
The approach expressed by Dr. Ambedkar in “What did Congress and Gandhi do for the Untouchables?” highlights him as a creative reformist. As described by Jacob Bronowski in his book “Origins of Knowledge and Imagination” (Knowledge and Imagination) etymology) reads, “The creative personality is always the one who considers the world to be transformative and himself an instrument of change. Otherwise, for whom are you creating? If this world is complete in its present form, then Then there is no place for you here. A creative person sees the world as a canvas of change and himself as a component of change.’
Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi and Bharataratva V. Ambedkar is one of the two great men of the twentieth century, whose overall assessment is not possible for an ordinary person. Understanding these two great men requires devotion, patriotism, concentration and public relations like them. These two great men did much to save the untouchables. There may be some differences in the workplace for their different situations of self-awareness, but both had the same approach and goal towards the main problem. Gandhi wanted to change the order of this problem by making the society aware. And the father said. Ambedkar wanted rapid change through social revolution. What did Baba Saheb’s Congress and Gandhi do for the untouchables? The book contains deep thoughts and analysis on this subject.
The Constitution of Independent India has made untouchability a punishable offense for the abolition of untouchability. Our government is committed to social change by respecting the ideas of the framers of the constitution. I believe, Dr. Ambedkar’s “What have the Congress and Gandhi done for the untouchables?” Bengali readers, social workers and politicians will recognize the Bengali translation of the book as inspiring and useful.
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