A. Brahmananda Sivayogi
B. Vaikunta Swamikal
C. Sree Narayana Guru
Ans: A. Brahmananda Sivayogi
Moksha Pradeepam is considered as a watershed book on the path of Kerala Renaissance.
Siva Yogi was the Chief of the then famous Ashram of Alathur. He was a Vedic Scholar who had deep hate for social evils emanating from superstitious practices. In fact, he was sternly against idol worship as well as creation of temples. His thinking used to be based on solid logic. He had frankly told in Moksha Pradeepam that one can easily get MOKSHA – emancipation – without idol worshipping and visiting temples.