Whatever be the reason for his decision to work on appellate cases, by the end of 1923, Ambedkar’s legal career had begun. He was Dr Ambedkar, Bar-at-Law. But could these impressive credentials compensate for the stigma of his caste? Continue reading Book Excerpt: Mr Ambedkar, to Ambedkar Bar-at-Law, to Dr Ambedkar
By Shashwat Singh The caste system is one of the most distinctive features of the Indian society which attempts to divide it into four distinctive hierarchical varnas, namely the Brahmin, Kshatriya, Vaishya and Shudra, with a large sub-population of untouchables excluded entirely from the system. A key feature of the caste system is that the varna status is inherited by birth. Given the traditional distribution … Continue reading Caste remains an impediment to occupational mobility in the Indian society
By Gautam (Gautam is a Co-founder and Lead – Research and Advocacy at TA. He tweets at @stoic_gautamkr) The Analysis (TA) is a research and communication group | To get free legal advise on COVID-related issues, get in touch with us through our WhatsApp number (9540792234), Email (email@example.com) or DM us on social media (@teamanalysis_). Continue reading TA Threads: What did Constituent Assembly say on Bicameralism in States?
By Vivek Anand It is an oft cited fact that Dr. Ambedkar is the chief draftsman of the Constitution of India. Today, on his birth anniversary, let me take you through an oft ignored yet original and enduring contribution of Dr. Ambedkar in the development of the Constitution of India, besides being the chief draftsman of the document. At its birth India as a country … Continue reading Fraternity in Ambedkarian Constitution
Often called an architect of Indian constitution-making, #BabaSahebAmbedkar played a significant role in making our #Constitution more inclusive. As his birth anniversary is approaching, let’s relive some of his inspirational quotes. Continue reading Baba Saheb Ambedkar