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Ambedkar was one of the most extraordinary figures in the history of India. He was born in poor circumstances as an Untouchable — high castes regarded physical contact with Untouchables as polluting and condemned them to do the dirtiest of jobs, sweeping and the collection of human detritus. He was the chief architect of the Indian constitution introduced at Independence in and saw the concept of Untouchability made illegal. But he had campaigned for decades. In Dr Ambedkar wrote a speech — famously not delivered — in which he outlined the case against the whole existence of caste divisions in India. In Annihilation of Caste, rationally and methodically, he takes apart the basis on which caste exists, and which has delivered harm, pain and misery on untold generations — and continues to do so.
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The Buddhist scholar and commentator Buddhaghosa explains that each saying recorded in the collection was made on a different occasion in response to a unique situation that had arisen in the life of the Buddha and his monastic community. His translation of the commentary, the Dhammapada Atthakatha , presents the details of these events and is a rich source of legend for the life and times of the Buddha. The title, "Dhammapada," is a compound term composed of dhamma and pada , each word having a number of denotations and connotations. Generally, dhamma can refer to the Buddha 's "doctrine" or an "eternal truth" or "righteousness" or all "phenomena";  and, at its root, pada means "foot" and thus by extension, especially in this context, means either "path" or "verse" cf. In Malayalam language 'Pada' means 'way'. In Tamil language 'Padam' means subject,  English translations of this text's title have used various combinations of these and related words. According to tradition, the Dhammapada's verses were spoken by the Buddha on various occasions.