January 12, 2015 · 5:00 am
12 – 13 Jan 1936: The Depressed Classes Conference was held at Pune. Dr. Ambedkar reiterated his resolve of the Yeola Conference to leave Hinduism. The conference was presided over by Rav Bahadur N. Shina Raj.
13 Jan 1946: Dr. Ambedkar returned to Bombay from Delhi by train and left the same day to Sholapur where he addressed a public meeting.
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MY COUNTRY’S GREATEST LEADER AND VERY GOOD PERSONALITY IN THIS WORLD……….I LIKE HIS THOUGHTS AND WAY OF LIFE.
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Indeed Dr Ambedkar was the greatest Indian!