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6th December

We all know that Dr.Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar as the man behind the creation of the Indian Constitution.

But, there was more to his life and legacy.

Ambedkar was a social reformer and inspired the Dalit Buddhist Movement.

Today, we took a closer look at why December 6 is celebrated as the Mahaparinirvan DIWAS in India.

Parinirvan is one of the chief Principles and goals of Buddhism.

The Sanskrit term written in Pali as Parinibbana literally means " Nirvana after Death", which refers to the achievement of Nirvana after the body dies.

Nirvana is very difficult to attain, and it suggests that one has lived a pure and blessed life.

Lord Buddha's death at the age of 80years is known as the Original Mahaparinirvan according to the Buddhist Text, Mahaparinibbana Sutta,

Written in Pali.

Dr.Ambedkar passed away on 6th December 1956, at his home in Delhi just few days after completing his last work" The Buddha and his Dhamma".

Dr.B.R Ambedkar, who finally converted into Buddhism after studying the Buddhism for years on October 14,1956 in Nagpur along with his 5 lacs supporter was considered to be a Buddhist Leader by his followers , especially after his passing .

Because of his stature and his contribution to eradication of untouchability in India,he was considered to be a Buddhist Guru.

The place where he was cremated was marked as holy and is known as Chaitya Bhoomi Today.

Ambedkar's followers believed that their leader was pure, influential

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