Contribution of Dr.B.R.Ambedkar in making of the constitution of
Dr. Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar
was the Architect
of the Indian Constitution. As a chairman of the Constitutional Committee he gave a shape to our country of a complete
Sovereign, Democratic and Republic. Upon India's independence in 1947, the Constitution Assembly appointed a
with the seven members including Dr. Ambedkar for preparing a draft of
the Constitution of the independent
India on 29th August, 1947. Initially he was the member of the Constituent
Assembly, later he was honored as the first ‘Law Minister’ of the independent
India and then he was honored as the chairman of the ‘Drafting Committee’.
Dr. Ambedkar played a very
significant role with a superior responsibility of drafting the Constitution. He sought to achieve unity
of the nation through the constitution of India by incorporating the following
principles 1. More power was offered to center, in order to equalize the rights
and values of each individual and development of each province. 2. Constitution
is a dynamic document, so it should suit the changing needs and circumstances.
3. Dr. Ambedkar prescribed single citizenship, a single judiciary and
uniformity in fundamental Laws to integrate Indian society.