|Revolutionary Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar's statue at Kadambarahalli Ambedkar Nagar Village|
Kadambarahalli Ambedkar Nagar is a village in Karimangalam Taluk ( erstwhile Harur Taluk ) in Dharmapuri (once called as Dhammapuri i,e Town of Dhamma. It was a noted centre of Buddhist activities) district of Tamil Nadu, India. Scheduled Class population accounted wholly in this village. At the centre of the village there is a 15 ft tall standing statue of Revolutionary Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar. This village is situated in the Northern part of Dharmapuri district. It is basically a dry terrain land. The flat lands are irrigated by the Sanath Kumar River. It experiences hot climate as well as pleasant. The important cultivation crops of this village are Paddy, Ragi, Cotton. Along the road sides Tamarind trees are largely found.
|Google Caption of Kadambarahalli Ambedkar Nagar Village|
Almost 90% of the people are from agrarian, unskilled labourers and daily wagers background. Mostly they are working as the unskilled labourers nearby Bangalore or Coimbatore.
C. Govindan who was the first graduate not only from Kadambarahalli Ambedkar village but also nearer surrounding villages. He was the first batch of Dharmapuri Arts College who studied B.Sc (Mathematics). He inspired from Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar has earned him the name a straight-forward and his social contribution to this village.
|1st graduate of Kadambarahalli Ambedkar Nagar Village|
The present younger generation of my co-aged brethren of my village are going spearhead to change the scenario of the society. Surely the works of Revolutionary Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar will not down instead it will capitalize the upcoming generations of my society to lead them a great confide youths to build themselves as spearhead in terms of Education and Economically self-reliant. I hope the day will be no longer, one day my brethren of my village will understand the BUDDHISM path of Revolutionary Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar and will follow it.
~ Ambeth Sakyan B.E
(A Youth from Kadambarahalli Ambedkar Nagar Village).
Long Live Ambedkarism..!