&TV artists share their life lessons from Dr B.R. Ambedkar on his 64th death anniversary


One such leader in Indian history, who rallied a revolution and became a voice to reckon with, is Ek Mahanayak – Dr B.R. Ambedkar. The founding father of the Indian constitution. A man who has etched a prominent place in millions of Indian hearts. A leader par excellence, whose legacy is unparalleled. As the nation remembers Babasaheb on his death anniversary, artists from &TV’s Ek Mahanayak Dr
B. R. Ambedkar – Bhimabai (Neha Joshi), Ramji Sakpal (Jagannath Nivangune), and Meerabai (Falguni Dave) share their life lessons from Babasaheb.

Neha Joshi (Bhimabai) shares, “Babasaheb was considered the symbol of knowledge and was one of the best lawyers of his times. He was First Law Minister of India and Chairman of Drafting Committee of Constitution of India because of his vast knowledge of the law. He always believed that knowledge is free and limitless. Babasaheb was a master in 64 subjects and knew nine languages. Jagannath Nivangune (Ramji Sakpal) shares, “Being a father to two daughters, I resonate a lot with his teachings on women empowerment and education. I do believe an educated woman is the key to success for a nation. Quoting one of his famous quotes, ‘I measure the progress of a community by the degree of progress which women have achieved.” Babasaheb used education as his tool to the forefront of the
cause of liberty, equality, and fraternity. He firmly believed that the only way the society can progress is through empowering women. He, therefore, strongly endorsed women’s right to high education and employment.”

Ek Mahanayak Dr B R Ambedkar airs every Monday to Friday at 8:30 pm on &TV.


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