Baba Saheb Bhima Rao Ramji Ambedkar is still remembered as the greatest champion of social, political and religious views. He is known as the greatest leader of the social justice of India of the 20th century, as well as the greatest liberator of the lower, who struggled to improve his important events and harmed them. Being the biggest champion of social justice, he is considered as the greatest Messiah for this reason and the expectations of Indian politics. Dr. Ambedkar was a great figure in the form of President. Narayana says that he is remembered as the most memorable reformer as a great and compassionate rebel and a liberator of the sub-continent's oppressed people. Ambedkar is a socio-political idea that God Almighty is one and there is no intermediary between man and God and that greatness depends on the condition of the birth of anybody, the great hatred of races and rational rituals and the caste discrimination, there is no place should not be. The environment of society is a cause based on morality and humanism. He firmly believes in the philosophy of practicality that if a person has to enjoy real freedom, then it is necessary to consider the favorable societal situation to maintain independence. He believes that democracy is a way of life, which is said to teach people through each other, and its success is measured with the effect on their lives. His political view is right that the person is inherently and inherent, and therefore the person has some unique and unconnected rights which were made. This principle of social and political ideas has been made more powerful, the need to practice for the welfare of today's society is the universe. Ambedkar's idea is that the noble society should deliberately communicate and share many interests. There should be social medicines. Ambedkar's idea is that the only protection of all rights of social protection, fundamental and non-fundamental and this social conscience was a rebel against the wrong actions of any power on earth. His ideal emerged for human existence, but life of respect, justice and equality was. For them, there was nothing embarrassing for man than living a life independent of respect, self respect, great reason and love for man, society and country.