Dr. Baba Sahib Ambedkar was one to raise his voice for Dalit cause. He brought out a social revolution through Dalit literature after the 1960s and through the establishment of a social organization based on his principles. The Maher movement of Maharastra has been seen as all India Movement under the leadership of B.R. Ambedkar. Ambedkarism protested against the established unjust social order. It exposes the sufferings, frustration, and torture imposed on them and their revolt against this inhuman treatment called modernism. Ambedkar, as a modernist with western thought, emerged as a leader of the oppressed communities. As he was highly educated, he tried to transform the Indian Hindu society. He put all his efforts to eradicate the evils of the caste system and untouchability of Indian society. He raised his voice for the cause of the down-trodden and degraded people of the society. His vast contribution to the up-gradation of the Dalits of India is uncalculated and immeasurable. Without Ambedkar, one cannot imagine the Indian constitution. He hoped for a casteless modern society which treats all people in an equal manner, irrespective of caste and creed, race and religion. The down-trodden people who lived away from the main villages suffered for generations from the social evils of the caste system. He put forward all his modern thoughts which came into force in the schedules of the Indian constitution. Though he worked for the equal society where people have equal rights and opportunities politically and economically and socially, even today it remains as a ‘wild goose chase’ due to the caste system that prevails in Indian Hindu society.