On the politico-ideological plane, the literary intrigues of the likes of A.K. Ramanujan are part of the larger Communist agenda to break Bharatavarsha culturally by axing off everything that binds it together. Needless, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata have done more to preserve this cultural unity than anything else. This vile project of cultural destruction through artistic and aesthetic destruction has passed through four broad stages:
1. Viewing our art and literature through the colonial lens with an express intent to establish cultural superiority and hegemony
2. Reducing our arts to sheer utilitarianism
3. Using non-literary standards to analyse literary works
4. Making it unfashionable, a term that is loaded with western bias
These four stages are imbued with several interlinked strands as well. The British colonial project of inducing self-shame in Hindus is understandable though not forgivable. However, what the Marxists learnt from this calculated attempt at cultural destruction was how to mix political ideology to hasten the collapse. Which is entirely consistent with their insane goal of a new egalitarian social utopia.