Deekshabhoomi is a sacred monument of Navayana Buddhism located wherein the architect of the Indian Constitution, B. R. Ambedkar, transformed to Buddhism with about 600,000 fans on Ashok Vijaya Dashami on 14 October 1956. Ambedkar's conversion to Buddhism is deeply sizeable for tens of millions of humans in India. Ambedkar had d in 1935 that even though he turned into born as a Hindu, he could now not die as one, as conversion turned into the solution to abandon the caste system.
After this assertion and having substantially and exhaustively studied the doctrines of all main world religions, Ambedkar could choose Buddhism for himself and his followers. Buddhism changed into 2,550 years old in 1956, so it changed into a high-quality year of birthday celebration for the Buddhist spiritual global globally and 14 October became the conventional date of conversion of Emperor Ashoka, the extraordinary Indian Buddhist Monarch and the day is Ashok Vijaya Dashmi. He decided on Nagpur for his conversion rite, as he explained in his speech at that event, because Nagpur become the place of origin of 'Nag' people who embraced Buddhism, supported it with exquisite efforts in its early duration, and propagated it throughout India.