Onam is the national celebration of Kerala. It tells the tragic story of the Brahmin invasion and the total defeat of the people of Kerala resulting in the brutal murder of their emperor, Mahabali in the hands of Vamana and slavery of the people.
The victorious Brahmins introduced the inhuman Caste System, projecting Vamana as the incarnation of the Lord Vishnu and the Brahmins as the divine people. Without knowing the true story, now Vamana is worshiped in Kerala especially during Onam celebrations making the victim Mahabali a comic hero. Onam is the death anniversary of Mahabali and victory of the Brahmins over the people of Kerala and above all the slavery of the entire people by the foreign invaders.
Brahmins were basically a dissident group of Jews or Israelis who revolted against Moses. They were forced to settle in India and projected themselves as the people of the Supreme Indian God, 'Brahman' and came to be known as Bramins. They were wrongly projected as 'Aryans' by the western historians besides Adolf Hitler in his Meain Kampf out of ignorance.
Kerala had done crime against the Pulays and the other original settlers and for the last several centuries they have been living like Slaves. The Mythologies of Onam and the Origin of Kerala- Parsurama tell about the story of Brahmin dominance over the highly cultured Pulayas and growth of Islam and Christianity and also the economic dominance of the Nairs. Mythologies are coded events and histories. Using the techniques of decoding Mythologies, this work is made.
Early history of Kerala, its original settlers and the history of the Nairs, Brahmins, Ezhavas, Pulayas, Muslims and Christians can be traced out from the two well known Mythologies of Kerala in the absence of the valid historical evidences. This presentation provides valid insights in to the unknown history of the people of Kerala scattered in different communities. It deals with the invasion of Brahmins and Kshythriyas from the Northern India and the oppression of its original settlers on the one hand and the total annihilation or racial cleaning of Buddhism from Kerala and their impacts.,
This is a rich source for poets, script writers, painters, novelists and dramatists to bring out wonderful works. Researchers can also be benefited.