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Indian Law: Indian and Dalit Scholar

indian law: The document goes on to elaborate on forms discrimination and makes allowances for special provisions for the emancipation of women, children and people from socially and educationally disadvantaged classes, according to NOW Magazine. The constitution, whose chief architect B.R. Ambedkar was a Dalit scholar, jurist and India's first minister of law and justice, was enacted on November 26, 1949. Article 15 outlines one of the fundamental rights of Indian citizens there can be no discrimination against any Indian citizen on grounds only of religion, race, caste, sex, place of birth. It's considered the source of Indian law and jurisprudence. In reality, both are mainly talking points for India's privileged classes of which I am a member. Today, many Indians may vaguely remember Ambedkar's legacy as a social reformer, or their constitutional rights of liberty, equality and fraternity learned in high school civic studies. ( As reported in the news.