Date of Kalki Avatar!

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Research Article No.1735; Date:- 20th March, 2015

Written by London swaminathan

Uploaded at London time 9-23 am

We all know that Lord Vishnu will reincarnate himself as Kalki Avatar at the end of Kali Yuga for “Paritraaya Saadhunaam and Vinaasaaya sa dushkrtaam” (to protect the good and destroy the wicked). Then he will establish righteousness (Dharma sam sthaapanaarthaaya) .

When will this happen? Is there any indication in our scriptures?

Yes, there is a ‘sloka’ (couplet) which clearly tells us the date of his arrival here on earth.

For all the Ten Avatars we have information in the traditional hymns:

அவதாரங்கள்

TEN INCARNATIONS OF VISHNU

Fish – Matsya Avatar/ incarnation – Month Chitra – 13th day in bright half

Tortoise – Kurma Avatar/ incarnation – Month Jyeshta – 12th day in dark half

 

Boar – Varaha Avatar/ incarnation – Month Chitra – 5th day in dark half

Man Lion– Narasimha Avatar/ incarnation – Month Vaisaka – 14th day in bright half of the month – (Sukla Paksha)

 பரசுராம

PARASU RAMA AVATAR (RAMA WITH AXE)

Short man – Vamana Avatar/ incarnation – Month Bhadrapatha – 12th day in bright half of the month – (Sukla Paksha)

Rama with axe – Parasurama Avatar/ incarnation – Month Margasirsha – 2nd day in dark half of the month/ Krishna paksha.

Rama  – Rama Avatar/ incarnation – Month Chitra – 9th day in bright half

Man with a plough – Balarama Avatar/ incarnation – Month Vaisaka – 3rd  day in bright half of the month

balarama

BALARAMA= HALAYUDHA= RAMA WITH A PLOUGH = AGRICULTURAL ENGINEER

Blackman  – Krishna  Avatar/ incarnation – Month Sravana – 8th  day in dark half of the month/ Krishna paksha.

Tenth Avatar

 

Man on a White Horse – Kalki Avatar/ incarnation – Month Bhadrapatha – 2nd  day in bright half of the month – (Sukla Paksha) at the end of Kali Yuga

Masi Bhadrapathe sukla dwitiyaayaam Janardhana:

Mlechaakraantha kalavanthe Kalki rupo bhavishyati

—is the traditional sloka/couplet.

கல்கி

KALKI AVATAR- MAN ON A WHITE HORSE; MLECHAS WILL BE DESTROYED

But nobody knows when the current Kaliyuga will come to an end. Mlechas are interpreted as anti- Hindu or Anti religious.

The foreigners who translated Manu Smrti (Hindu law Book) translated Mlechas as barbarians.

2000 year old Sangam Tamil literature used this word for Romans and Greeks. Tamil commentators are very clear about it.

In Mahabharata , Shalva was a Mlecha king who fought on the side of Kauravas. There was another Shalva who invaded Dwaraka when Krishna was away, but he was defeated by Krishna’s son.

The engineers who built the inflammable House of Lac to kill the Pandavas are described as Mlechas in Mahabharata. Duryodhana borrowed foreign (Greek) ideas to destroy Pandavas.

Anga was another Mlecha in Mahabharata who fought on the side of Kauravas.

Later Sanskrit literature used it for Muslim invaders and British rulers because they were killing cows and eating beef.

The greatest of the modern Tamil poets Subramanya Bharati used the term for Muslim invaders who destroyed Hindu temples.

Tamil Encyclopedia Abidhana Chinatamani gives two more meanings:

1.Arabians

  1. Descendants of Durvasu, Son of Yayati; they were described as Mlechas because they were characterless.

In short Mlechas are those people who are against Hindu Dharma.

நரசிம்மர்

NARASIMHA = MAN LION = DESTRUCTION OF THE WICKED

Foreigners concocted a story saying that Mlechas were the occupants of Indus Valley. But actually those Mlechas were worshippers of Molek. Israelites sacrificed their children to Moloch by burning (Bible- 1 Kings 11-7 and 2 Kings 23-10)

Please read my article:

MLECHA: Most Misunderstood Word (Posted on 3 September,2012)

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