As planned and prepared the panchamas enjoyed the sight of Bhagawan
Parameswar for the first time in life and realised what inexhaustible spiritual
treasure they had missed till then. And filled their belies with sumptuous feast,
the world renowned Annadana Prabhu had been serving to the high caste people
over centuries. And lo! they returned home garlanded in token of their achievement.
The protagonists of the progressive reformers, who. piloted the movement were
richly honoured in the media with head lines in the front page of almost all the
periodicals to the outright mortification of caste conscious, egoistical,
perverse orthodox, high-born Brahmins who languished in their hideouts
recounting their lot through streaming eyes, heaving hearts and up thrown hands
to the Omni compassionate Lord, who smiled away even without opening his eyes
signifying, as it were, his approval of their plight as the fittest retribution
for misinterpreting the divine injunctions.
What prevented the Vaikom lord to
remain mute at that revolutionary change? Why was the crashing down of temple
doors received with such infinite delight by all classes, except Brahmins? What
secret lay behind their autocracy? From whom did they inherit such absolute
power? When and how? Answers to these and similar unfold the mystery of the
Brahmin domination and envisage the bright chapter opened for the castaway
children of our Pujya Bharatamata.