Speech on Bhimrao Ambedkar Mahaparinirvan Diwas

Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar is known as one of the prominent leaders of free India. He is also known as the Father of the Indian Constitution. He was such a great personality that we celebrate his birth as well as death.

Short and Long Speeches on Dr. Ambedkar Mahaparinirvan Divas

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Speech on Mahaparinirvan Divas of Bhimrao Ambedkar for Students of Class 4, 5 and 6

Greeting for the very auspicious occasion to everyone. Today on such a great day I am feeling fortunate to stand in front of you to say some words in honour of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar sir.

Mahaparinirvan Divas is observed on the death anniversary of Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar. It was the 6th of December 1956 when he left us and his body was buried as per Buddhist tradition of last rights.

Mahaparinirvana is a Pali word that means to reach Salvation the ultimate goal of life. So, people celebrate this occasion. It is all a Karma of a person who brings either hell or salvation to him.

Ambedkar was a social reformer and did a lot for his nation and it was his good deeds that people believe he got salivation just after turning into Buddhism. He was a great supporter of Dalits because he himself was one of those and also closely faced the situation.

He was very knowledgeable and a bright student and people tried their best to stop him but he was unstoppable. He gained his higher education from Columbia University and the University of London. He was an economist, a lawyer, a professor, etc. one of the most knowledgeable persons of our parliament and this is the reason he was appointed as the head of the Constitution Assembly.

Our Constitution was made under his governance and there were many reforming ideas that helped a lot in the field of development. Ambedkar was really a protagonist of Independent India and I really feel sorry that still there has not been screened any film on such a great personality.

Thank You!

Speech on Death Anniversary of Dr. Ambedkar for Class 7, 8, 9 and 10

Good Morning to all my elders and my dear friends; today on the occasion of Mahaparinirvan Divas, I Soumya of class 5 going to tell you the importance of this day and I will try my best to bring the best of my knowledge for you.

Mahaparinirvan Divas the death anniversary of Dr. Ambedkar is celebrated on 6th December every year. Ambedkar was important because he played many roles in his real-life for the growth of India. He was a politician, economist, reformer, etc. he did a lot for society. This is the reason we celebrate his birth as well as death both.

On this day lots of supports get together and remember his deeds and sing tribute for him. He was a part of untouchables in the society and faced a lot of hindrance in his life and as a result, he thought to leave Hinduism and adopted Buddhism on the 14th of October in 1956 with some thousands of supporters at Nagpur.

He came with a ray of hope for people and worked for India. Although he completed his education in foreign Universities, he served his nation and also was an active social reformer. He was from a Dalit family and he closely saw the problems they faced. Today we really don’t have an idea of how these people were treated. There are many books written by various writers on Dalits and they show the close scenario of the untouchables of the society. Although there were temples, they were never allowed to enter them, and truly speaking God never came to help them, if it was someone then it was Dr. Ambedkar who was a God for them. Dada Saheb not only helped them but also bought new rules and regulations supporting them and they are still followed.

Today the scenario has been changed and all thanks to Dr. Ambedkar not it is time to do something for the poor, because there are a lot of people who are still away from education, good health, and many other basic things. Now we have to be another Ambedkar to make our country the best.

I hope you liked the speech and will definitely think about it. Thank You!

Speech on Mahaparinirvan Diwas of a Great Hero for Class 11, 12 and Higher Classes

Good Morning, respected principal Sir, Teachers, and my dear friends today on the occasion of Mahaparinirvan Divas I am on the stage to narrate a speech on this occasion. We celebrate the birthdays of great people but there are some people so special that we also celebrate their death anniversary. It is Dr. Ambedkar a famous legend of the Indian Constitution.

He lived for 65 years and on 6th December 1956 he left us and we celebrate this day as Mahaparinirvan Divas every year. Dada Saheb was the hero of the Indian Constitution and played a very important role in the demolition of the caste system.

Mahaparinirvan is a word made up of two words ‘Maha’ and ‘Parinirvan’. Where ‘Maha’ means great and ‘Parinirvan’ means getting nirvana after death. It is one of the main principles of Buddhism. Lord Buddha also gained Parinirvana similarly the death anniversary of Ambedkar is celebrated as Mahaparinirvan Divas. Every year in India people celebrate this occasion on the 6th of December.

He was a great social reformer and contributed a lot to the development of Dalits. It was the 14th of October 1956 when he with his 360,000 followers turned Buddhist. It was a historic moment when these many people left the social hierarchy of Hinduism and adopted Buddhism. Unfortunately, on the 6th of December Ambedkar Sahib left us, just after turning into Buddhism and his body was buried as per Buddhism. His cemetery is known as Chaityabhoomi.

We celebrate him because he worked a lot for the Dalits. Although today we sing the rhyme of secularism, there was no unity among people when India got free. Apart from other religions even there was a lot of gap among Hindu people itself. Society was divided into touchable and untouchables. Untouchables were treated very badly and thanks to our constitution that they got a new identity in our society.

He is an inspiration for our youth and his story tells that everything is possible just we need is hard work and dedication for our work. He was from a Dalit family still he never stopped and educated himself. He is an inspiration and that is why we can see his statue everywhere in India. He was the only ray of hope which saved not only the Dalit society but also brought such a great Constitution for us.

Really many of us don’t even have so much courage to stand firm if we are correct. He was the one with no support and godfather still he did his best just on the basis of his knowledge. His boldness made him Baba Sahib otherwise he could be counted as one of the freedom fighters only. We not only celebrate his birth but also his death because there is a belief that it is our Karma that gives us a good birth again.

Ambedkar was one of the best leaders at that time and was a bachelor in economics from Columbia University and also from the University of London. It was his education and presence of mind that made him a hero and we should really be thankful to him that we have a right to express ourselves on this public stage. We proudly address India as the largest democratic nation just because of him. Today apart from cast and social inequality people think about education and new business policies just because of Ambedkar.

Whenever I see his statue with a book it always inspires me and shows the power of education. Still, there are many uneducated in our country so, now it is our duty to contribute our part to the development of our society. I wish lots of wishes for this day when Dr. Bhimrao Ambedkar got Mahaparinirvana a direct entry to heaven. Really, his birth as well as death both is worth.

Thank You.