BR Ambedkar's Death Anniversary

Babasaheb Ambedkar's first name was Ambawadekar; one of his instructors at school altered it to "Ambedkar."

 Ambedkar was a social reformer who participated in campaigns against social prejudice against the untouchables and served as an inspiration for the Dalit Buddhist movement.

Ambedkar was the first Indian to study for a doctorate in economics overseas.

Additionally, he holds the first double doctorate in economics in South Asia and the first PhD in economics.

Among Indians of his generation, he had among the highest levels of education.

Ambedkar, who served as the chief architect of the Indian constitution, prepared the Constitution of the World's Largest Democracy in the course of two years and eleven months.

He raised the topic of working hours on November 27, 1942, in New Delhi at the 7th session of the Indian Labor Conference.