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Dr. Ambedkar (1891-1956) was a part of untouchable and poor class which never been accepted by upper class. He suffered from lot of problems like education, water, food and other amnesties. He was not allowed to touch holy books. He was the victim of inequality and treated badly. He took initiative for inequality and fought for justice. He imagined Indian without discrimination and racism. No doubt he is known as the founder of social justice in Indian history. He gave the shape to Gandhi’s lesson of principle and morality. He was the part of many movements. The purpose of these resolutions was to change the social frame inside and outside both.  It broke foundations of discriminations successfully. Further he wrote two journals with name of “Who were the Shudras?” and “The Untouchables”. It was the detail about Shudras and Untouchables. His purpose was to build a man by man society which will lead to justice and equality. After long journey and struggle, he succeeded to give a constitution about the principles of liberty, equality and Justice for depressed class