Ambedkar in the 1950s
The Buddhist Movement for Dalits was begun by Ambedkar when he converted with his followers in 1956 in Deekshabhoomi, Nagpur
Ambedkar as a student
Ambedkar delivering a speech to a rally at Yeola, Nashik, on 13 October 1935
Ambedkar (In center line, first from right) with his professors and friends from the London School of Economics (1916–17)
Ambedkar delivering speech during conversion, Nagpur, 14 October 1956
Ambedkar as a barrister in 1922
Statue of B.R.Ambedkar inside Ambedkar Park, Lucknow
M.R. Jayakar, Tej Bahadur Sapru and Ambedkar at Yerwada jail, in Poona, on 24 September 1932, the day the Poona Pact was signed
Flag symbolises Dalit movement in India.
Ambedkar with his family members at Rajgraha in February 1934. From left – Yashwant (son), Ambedkar, Ramabai (wife), Laxmibai (wife of his elder brother, Balaram), Mukund (nephew) and Ambedkar's favourite dog, Tobby
Deekshabhoomi Stupa in Nagpur where Ambedkar converted to Buddhism.
Ambedkar, chairman of the Drafting Committee, presenting the final draft of the Indian Constitution to Rajendra Prasad, president of the Constituent Assembly, on 25 November 1949.
Ambedkar with wife Savita in 1948
Ambedkar delivering a speech during a mass conversion ceremony.
Mahaparinirvana of B. R. Ambedkar
People paying tribute at the central statue of Ambedkar in Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University in Aurangabad.
1990 1 Rupee commemorative coin of India dedicated to B.R. Ambedkar

Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (14 April 1891 – 6 December 1956) was an Indian jurist, economist, social reformer and political leader who headed the committee drafting the Constitution of India from the Constituent Assembly debates, served as Law and Justice minister in the first cabinet of Jawaharlal Nehru, and inspired the Dalit Buddhist movement after renouncing Hinduism.

- B. R. Ambedkar

The Neo Buddhist movement (also known as the Buddhist movement For Dalits, Ambedkarite Buddhist movement or Modern Buddhist movement ) is a religious as well as a socio-political movement among Dalits in India which was started by B. R. Ambedkar.

- Dalit Buddhist movement
Ambedkar in the 1950s

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Third largest city and the winter capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra.

Third largest city and the winter capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra.

Nag River
statue of Bakht Buland Shah in Nagpur
Main entrance of the Nagardhan Fort, commissioned by Raghuji Bhonsle of the Bhonsale dynasty of the Maratha Empire in the 18th century
Map of Nagpur district with major towns and rivers
Central Provinces and Berar, 1903. Princely states are shown in yellow.
Vidhan Bhavan (State Legislative Assembly) Nagpur
NIT- Nagpur Improvement Trust
Government Medical College and Hospital, Nagpur
Sitabuldi fort is home to Indian Army's 118th infantry battalion.
Sitabuldi Market, one of the busiest commercial areas of Nagpur
Nagpur branch of the Reserve Bank of India
TCS Campus in MIHAN Nagpur
Persistent Campus at IT Park, Parsodi
College of Agriculture, Nagpur
VNIT Nagpur
RSTM Nagpur University Campus
Deeksha Bhoomi
Shri Ganesh
Dargah Baba Tajuddin
Seminary Hill of Nagpur
Kadhi-Traditional dish of Nagpur
Schematic Tourist Map of Nagpur city
scenic beauty of Tadoba Andhari tiger reserve
scenic beauty of Pench Tiger reserve
Nagpur Central Museum
A view at NPL starting ceremony
Nagpur Junction Railway Station building
Nagpur Metro
Green Bus in Nagpur
Nagpur International Airport has the busiest air traffic control room in India.

In addition, the city derives unique importance from being an important location for the Dalit Buddhist movement and the headquarters for the Hindu organization RSS.

B. R. Ambedkar claimed that both the city and the river are named after the 'Nags' who were opponents of the Indo-Aryans.