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Kishore Makwana - A devoted and vigilant Journalist, An activist in its true sense, Has in-depth study of Social Life, A Columnist of Social Network in Sunday Edition of renowned Gujarati Daily Divya Bhaskar; Editor of Namaskar a Popular Family Magazine; Publisher of Social Magazine Samaj Samvedna; Author of the books, Swami Vivekananda, Rashtriya Ghatnachakra,RSS nu Lakshya, Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar, Safalta no Mantra and other.

Compilation of articles and speeches 'Samajik Samrasta' 'Aapna Narendra bhai'. Accompanied the then Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee in Historic Lahore Tour in 1999; Honored with Awards like Panchjanya Nachiketa Samman and Pratap Narayan Mishra Yuva Sahitya Puraskar.

Kishore Makwana

Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar ke Sapno Ka Bharat


Dr. B. R. Ambedkar is known to all. But we know very little about him, which does not portray the true picture of Dr. Ambedkar. Baba Saheb Ambedkar is still known as the Messiah of a particular caste or a community. The struggle of his life began fighting for the rights of dalit community, but he never constrained himself confined to the same community. His struggle for the equality, liberty and fraternity of a particular country ended up with the same concern for the entire world. Probably this is that hidden part of Ambedkars portrait which very few have been able to see. Ambedkar made efforts to implement and accomplish his dream. The example he had set, of building a strong nation in favor of every person, no matter of any caste or creed; will always remain an inspiration for generations to come. He proved to be the true architect of building the nation for

the underprivileged and disadvantaged ‘Bharat’ rather than the rich, luxuriant, corrupt, inhuman and exploitative 'India'. Considering this, I will not be wrong if I say that only Ambedkar has the right to be called the ‘Father of the Nation’. In his entire life Baba Sahib Ambedkar saw many dreams which had great concern for majority of the population. His dreams were the reflections of aspirations of Dalits, children, youth, workers and women of the country. His dreams were related to the social, economic, political and cultural development of India. Till the last moment of his life, Ambedkar consistently made efforts totransform these dreams into reality.