The heart-rending sufferings that Dr.Bhimrao Ambedkar has to endure in his childhood proved to be a boon for the whole of India in the end. Being demoralised by the social system in his childhood and with the firm determinations to get justice for the so-called ‘untouchable, when Bhim Sakpal (his childhood name) reached Bombay in search for higher education, he told a shopkeeper about his being a Mahar. A soon as the shopkeeper get to know that Sakpal was a Mahar by caste, he rebuked him and chased him away from the shop in such a way that Sakpal fell into a ditch. But the child, who gathered himself together and rose that day, rose so high that he shone like a star in the Indian social firmament. Later that same Mahar boy Sakpal became ‘Baba Sahab Bhimrao Ambedkar’’ the architect of the Indian Constitution and the messiah of the untouchables and the downtrodden.