His travels took him to different parts of World for promoting Buddhism like his mentor, Mahapandit Rahul Sankrityayan. He always wanted to have experience of travelling far distances across many countries and discover new things. His aim was to continue the tradition started by his inspirations. He is one of the pioneers of Indian travel literature. Works[ edit ] He contributed a lot to Indian travel literature and Hindi. He used very simple language in his books that everyone can easily understand.
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Bhadant Anand Kausalyayan Dr. He always wanted to have experience of traveling far distances across many countries and discover new things. His aim was to continue the tradition started by his inspirations. More than 20 of his books were published. Ambedkar left behind lacs of Buddhist followers who were in need of strong Buddhist religious leader particularly in Maharashtra.
He also translated Dr. He also traced and collected original resources from Pali Tripitika and other Buddhist literature, which Dr. Ambedkar had not done. Ambedkar on 7 December at Dadar, Mumbai.
He had declared that Dr Amabedkar had attained nirvana. It was under his guidance that the cremation ceremony was performed. Gautam Life and work of Ven. The local Christians were eager to hear his views on religion. So he addressed a meeting of the Christians under the Presidentship of the Rev. Gangadhar Jadhav. He said in a very sarcastic tone that since the day he declared his intention to adjure Hindu religion, he had become a commodity for bargain or a source of comedy.
He referred to the comedy, Vande Bharatam, written by Acharya P. Atre, a well-known playwright in Maharashtra, who had ridiculed the idea of conversion in his play.
Yet he stated that he was firm in his resolve. From his study of comparative religion he could say that two personalities could captivate him. They were the Buddha and Christ. He further said that he wanted a religion which instructed people how they should behave with one another and prescribed for man his duty to another and relation with God in the light of equality, fraternity and liberty.
He told the Christians that their co-religionists in Southern India observed caste system in churches. In the page judgment, the SC has given a thorough research on tribals who constitute about 8 per cent of the population, concluding that they were the original inhabitants of India but were being subjected to injustice since the days of Mahabharat.
The Bench virtually reprimanded the Maharashtra Government for not filing an appeal seeking enhancement of the punishment, ranging from three months to one year on various counts, awarded by the trial court. Babasaheb Ambedkar and the significance of his movement — a chronology book, Pg 70  Dhananjay Keer, Dr.
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