Author M.A.Sreenivasan introduces the devotion that people from all walks of life pay to the large, strong juggernaut of Avadi and seek blessings for their desired things and lives in the following booklet named ” The Juggernaut of Avadi.” Thousands of coconuts are offered, and garlands are pulled up on garlands to the music of the trumpet. It’s like a festival. However, the author also underlines the otherworldly aspects of the avadi juggernaut, such as men and women being forced to serve as sacrifices to the icons regardless of their gender. According to the author, priests operate as a middleman in these sacrifices because they are powerful, have complete control over everything, and are revered as living idols. The author draws a parallel between these idols and the elected officials that people elect through voting. The author focuses on the unnecessary and unjustified naturalisation of the Kolar Gold Mines Company, as well as other banks and insurance companies, as it was conceived in the computer of local politics for face saving and was in direct opposition to the Government’s original policy that the nation’s resources in money and trained technical and administrative personnel should be employed in new ventures. Furthermore, the author claims that the government’s refusal to approve the nationalisation of insurance in Mysore has shattered confidence and discouraged investment. It is not a healthy omen when those entrusted with shaping the country’s economic fate are intolerant of criticism and frequently disregard legitimate public objections. It is not healthy for the country for intelligent persons to be afraid of being labelled anti-social, tax evaders, and so on just because they voice concerns about the 2nd five-year plan deficit finance and so on. India should not be a country that maintains its independence by substituting mandates for incentives in order to achieve economic success. The author concludes by emphasising the importance of people voting carefully before electing these office bearers, which is comparable to the situation in which men are influenced by idols they worship in the avadi juggernaut. Temples and churches should have idols, but not legislatures, cabinet chambers, or government offices. As the author believes, if the force of liberty is eternal vigilance, then those who love liberty must give up fear and adoration and reject anything that kills individuality, as fear and apathy frequently leads to the loss of liberty.