Bhimrao Ambedkar: The Boy Who Asked Why
This book is about a boy who asked why and dared to stand up to create change when he couldn’t find rational answers! A lesser-known hero of India’s freedom movement, Babasaheb Ambedkar is an inspiration for all of us.
He was born into a low-caste in a rigid society but his status and experiences informed his life choices. He worked hard to educate himself and fought for the rights of marginalized people. Babasaheb went on to become India’s first law minister and established ‘equality and justice for all’ as the founding principles of the Constitution of the world’s largest democracy.
Bhimrao Ambedkar: The Boy Who Asked Why provides a biographical account of his life with the hopes of igniting young minds and bringing discussions on race and discrimination to the fore. We’ve included an informative timeline and a glossary for easy reference in this North American edition. This book also won an honorable mention by the South Asia Book Award committee in 2016.
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