International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development

E-ISSN: 2349-4182
P-ISSN: 2349-5979

Vol. 3, Issue 3 (2016)

Dr. B. R. Ambedkar’s thoughts on linguistic states of India

Author(s): Dr. Suresh Kishan Bhadarge
Abstract: Language is plying crucial role in the development of Human beings. With help of language, man can express his emotions, his feelings and his needs very effectively. In India several languages are speaks. Languages are consults with tradition, law and custom. After the independent of India, there was big question in front of India that how to run the administration of India with multilingual culture of various state. During the British rule India was divided into several provinces for the better administration. That time British administrator never faced the problem of language to run the administration in India because they used English as the language of Administration. In this paper my intention is that how Dr. B. R. Ambedkar had been played an very important role to split the Indian states on the base of Language? How he has guided to the Dhar commission for the formation of state on the base of Language. Not only that he had also mention the advantages and disadvantages of the formation of State on the base of Language. While formulation states on the base of language what kind of policy has to be adopted by the state and center that was guided by Dr. B. R Ambedkar. While the States split on the base of language he had given importance to the national unity. While advocating the states on the base of language he had taken sufficient care that State should not be isolated due the character of one language one state. To establishment of unity among states and even between states and central government he advocated that every state should accepted their official language as the language of Central Government.
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