"The book is full of brain stroming positive and constructive ideas for all social
reformers who try for social equality, harmony and brotherhood; for government policy
makers, who intend to give meaning to the constitutional commitments with a view to serve
the nation; for victims of the graded Indian society to take lessonful inspiration from
the struggle, achievement and unparallelled contribution in the nation-building and
establishment of socio-economic justice oriented society, of Dr. Ambeddkar and Justice K.
Ramaswamy and for upper class people to rethink over Mahatma Gandhi's ideological
commitment toward untouchables to ensure respectable life to them in our Hindu-fold so as
to endure equal participation of all in the nation building and have introduction as
losses done in the history due to our graded division. It has message for academicians who
have power of pen which is said to be mightier than sword, to start a fresh reconciliatory
approachment between the two haters of the practice of untouchability, dehumanizing some
people only on ground of birth and lover of humanity, Justice and equality - the father of
the nation and the father of the Constitution. It may invite attention of all to brood
over the national profit and loss. Birth is not the basis of our consideration of social
behaviour and worth is given precedence as our founding fathers of the constitution
adopted Ashoka's Dharmachakra as our symbol of national honour (through he was Shudra by
caste). It may also provide inspiration to think patiently how much our Indian society
would have benefitted had Shambboka not been beheaded. Eklabyas's thumb would not have
been cut and Rohith Vemula would have been allowed to blossom?
With its inter-disciplinary dimension the Book is equally valuable for politico-social
thinkers, policy makers and personnel involved in the governance of the country, and also
the students, researchers and teachers in the discipline of Law, Political Science,
Sociology and Social Anthropology."