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“The unifying king will be Manjushri-yashas, who will take the title Kalki and be the first of a line of twenty-five Kalki rulers of Shambhala.”
“After all, Manjushri Yashas assumed the title Kalki, the name of the tenth and final avatar (incarnation) of the Hindu god Vishnu.”
“According to the Hindu etymology, his name Kalki means “The Destroyer of What is Foul.””
“In The Vishnu Purana, the name Kalki, derived from the Sanskirt word kalka meaning “dirt” or “something foul,” is glossed as “Kalka-vinasana,” “The Destroyer of What Is Foul.””
“Then in the twilight of the Kali age, when kings will be as good as robbers, this protector of the world will be born of Vishnuyasa under the name Kalki".”
“Kalachakra uses the same Sanskrit name Kalki, but takes it as a variant of “Kulika” (from “kula,” caste), to mean “Holder of the Castes,” to signify that Manjushri-yashas will unify and hold together all the castes.”
“The hero she does most of her narrating about, J.mes J. Kelly, a k a Kalki, has come to announce the end of the world.”
“Besides the Academy archives, Sriram and Malathi got plenty of inputs from The Hindu archives, magazines such as Kalki, Ananda Vikatan, Sruti, and individuals such as R.jam and A.R. Sundaram.”
“Along with 'Kalki' Krishnamurthy, Rajaji went campaigning to villages, asking the menfolk to keep away from liquor.”
“Des O'Connor, Dusty Limits, Jonny Woo, Kalki Hula and Sarah-Louise Young are just some of the entertainers you'll find yourselves tripping up over.”
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