Dr. Babasaheb Bhimrao Ramji Ambedkar (1891-1956 A.D.) was the leader for the human right movement of Indian Dalit people in the 20th century. His strategy of cultural innovation and political action to release the Dalit people from the suppressions of over three thousand years caste system were called ”Ambedkarism”.Fundamentally, ”Ambedkarism” is based on Buddhism and the ideal of French revolution. Four criteria were highly emphasized. Dr. Ambedkar himself took three steps to actualize his goal. In 1927, he burned the ”Manu script” in which the caste system was formed. In 1947, the discrimination on ”Untouchables” was formally removed from India constitution. And finally in 1956, he leaded more than three million Dalit people to convert to Buddhism.By doing so, the human right movement and Buddhist revival in India become one. But Dr. Ambedkar died in 1956. After that, the Naxalism of radical violence oriented Maoist started in 1967 in India. It has become one of the biggest threats to India's national security in the past few years.In 1956, Dr. Ambedkar was in question whether he should follow Buddhism or Communism? Now India has come to the same point again: Peace or violence?The human right situation in India should not be treated as a regional case. If the conflicts are not properly resolved, India would become a big bomb in Asia. Global Ethic is an important issue in this new century. By seeing the Human right crisis in India, people around the world should take more positive action to help.