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Hindus must consider whether the time has not come for them to recognize that there is nothing fixed, nothing eternal, nothing sanatan; that everything is changing, that change is the law of life for individuals as well as for society. In a changing society, there must be a constant revolution of old values; and the Hindus must realize that if there must be standards to measure the acts of men, there must also be a readiness to revise those standards. Dalit scholar and activist B.R. Ambedkar

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1 Enakshi Ganguly = "This is true in many cases. In the case of time, kaal, we are only consumed by it. We are the ever-changing as time is the ever-expanding. Through the passage of time, we near our perfection, our Moksha, to be liberated and one with the Maker of time. Time, in the case of the cosmic world, is always moving, and taking us in with its movements."
2 Enakshi Ganguly = "Dr B R Ambedkar, popularly known as Babasaheb Ambedkar, was one of the architects of the Indian Constitution. He was a well-known politician and an eminent jurist. Ambedkar's efforts to eradicate the social evils like untouchablity and caste restrictions were remarkable. The leader, throughout his life, fought for the rights of the dalits and other 'socially backward'* classes.Source: http://www.culturalindia.net/reformers/br-ambedkar.html* 'Socially backward' is what the government calls the Dalits and lower-caste of India. The apostrophes are added in to note that I, the poster of this source, do not agree with this term."