The Maharaja of Baroda sent bhimrao Ambedkar to America.
In America Ambedkar had experience of a new life. There was no
untouchability. In this atmosphere, he quoted in a letter he wrote to his
friend a few lines from shakespear, a great dramtist; they mean, In the life of man
now and again there is a swlling wave; if a man uses thisopportunity, it will carry him
towards his fortune.
Ambedkar wrote very learned and theories obtained his M.A and Ph.D. degrees.
He returned to India on the 21st of August 1917.
There is one thing to note in the years of Ambedkars education. He studied
English and Persian languages in India. In America he studied Political Science, Ethics,
Anthropology, Social Science and Economics. In this way he studied many subjects. He
obtained his doctorate. Even at that time Ambedkar had a revolutionary mind. He had made
an unshakable resolution to wipe out the injustice done to the people of the low cast; in
this way he wanted to bring about a revolution in the Hindu Scociety. But and this
is important before becoming a revolutionary he increased his knowledge. Because of this
his toughts were not mere froth. They had a solid foundation of information. This enabled
him to pay a very effective part in framing the Constitution of India.