Contents: 1. Introduction. 2. Life and Mission. 3. Life and Mission of Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. 4. Ambedkaar and Buddhism. 5. Three Meetings. 6. The Hell of Caste. 7. Milestones on the Road to Conversion. 8. The Search for Roots. 9. Thinking about Buddhism. Bibliography. Index.
Dr. B.R. Ambedkar educated himself as a the most qualified person of his time, inspired untouchable castes to reject Brahmanical Social Order (BSO) that kept them socially degraded, economically poor, culturally despised, economically poor, culturally despised, politically powerless, and denied them the basic human rights. He challenged the leadership of his time by exposing follies of their proposition of freeing India without freeing millions of untouchables, tribals and socially and educationally backward classes living in sub-human conditions under the Socio-Economic Raj of the Hindus. As the Chief Architect of free India’s New Constitution, he abolished all forms of discriminations and inequalities based on caste, gender, race or status. But, what was his vision to uplift the Dalits?