Kalki (Hindu myth) By Tim B. On 5 September 2019 In Other He is described in the Puranas as the avatar who rejuvenates existence by ending the darkest and destructive period to remove adharma and ushering in the Satya Yuga, while riding a white horse with a fiery sword. Source: Kalki – Wikipedia Related writing & researchJapheth (Biblical myth, Sons of Noah)Acclaimed or punished?Fragmentology (manuscripts)Many Uses of PapyrusHigh Council of the Five Kings (Kremel) Previous Makkarin’s gift to Tob Next Hyperborea (Greek myth) 1 Comment Add Comment → Tim B. “[Lord Shiva said to Lord Kalki:] “This horse was manifested from Garuda, and it can go anywhere at will and assume many different forms. Here also is a parrot [ Shuka ] that knows everything – past, present, and future. I would like to offer You both the horse and the parrot and so please accept them. By the influence of this horse and parrot, the people of the world will know You as a learned scholar of all scriptures who is a master of the art of releasing arrows, and thus the conqueror of all. I would also like to present You this sharp, strong sword and so please accept it. The handle of this sword is bedecked with jewels, and it is extremely powerful. As such, the sword will help You to reduce the heavy burden of the earth.” Thereafter, Lord Kalki picked up His brightly shining trident and bow and arrows and set out from His palace, riding upon His victorious horse and wearing His amulet. “ 5 September 2019 Leave a ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.