Kalki

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Kalki, also called Kalkin or Karki, is the tenth avatar of Hindu god Vishnu to end the Kali Yuga, one of the four periods in the endless cycle of existence (krita) in Vaishnavism cosmology.wikipedia
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Vaishnavism

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Kalki, also called Kalkin or Karki, is the tenth avatar of Hindu god Vishnu to end the Kali Yuga, one of the four periods in the endless cycle of existence (krita) in Vaishnavism cosmology.
Rama, Krishna, Narayana, Kalki, Hari, Vithoba, Kesava, Madhava, Govinda, Srinathji and Jagannath are among the popular names used for the same supreme being.

Vishnu

Lord VishnuViṣṇuVisnu
Kalki, also called Kalkin or Karki, is the tenth avatar of Hindu god Vishnu to end the Kali Yuga, one of the four periods in the endless cycle of existence (krita) in Vaishnavism cosmology.

Satya Yuga

Krita YugaSatyaSat Yuga
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.
At the end of the cycle Kalki is said to take birth and reestablish righteousness, thus beginning a new Satya Yuga.

Shambhala

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In Tibetan Buddhism, the Kalachakra-Tantra describes 25 rulers, each named Kalki who rule from the heavenly Shambhala.
The mythological relevance of the place originates with a prophecy in Vishnu Purana (4.24) according to which Shambhala will be the birthplace of Kalki, the final incarnation of Vishnu, who will usher in a new Age (Satya Yuga).

Avatar

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Kalki, also called Kalkin or Karki, is the tenth avatar of Hindu god Vishnu to end the Kali Yuga, one of the four periods in the endless cycle of existence (krita) in Vaishnavism cosmology.

Kalki Purana

A minor text named Kalki Purana is a relatively recent text, likely composed in Bengal.
The Sri Kalki Purana (कल्कि पुराण Sri Kalki Purāṇa) is a prophetic work in Sanskrit that details the life and times of Kalki, the tenth and final of the Dashavatara (the ten Avatars) of the Hindu deity Lord Vishnu.

Bhagavata Purana

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The Kalki avatar is found in the Maha-Puranas such as Vishnu Purana, Matsya Purana, and Bhagavata Purana.
In regards to not being explicitly named as an avatar (unlike others such as Kalki) in the Bhagavata, this is also explained (Swami Prabhupada translation):

Kali (demon)

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In these panels, states D Dennis Hudson, the story depicted is in terms of Kalki fighting and defeating asura Kali.
According to Hindus, Kali (Devanāgari: कलि, IAST: ', with both vowels short; from a root ', "suffer, hurt, startle, confuse") is the reigning lord of the Kali Yuga and archenemy of Kalki, the 10th and final avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu.

Maitreya

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His mythology has been compared to the concepts of Messiah, Apocalypse, Frashokereti and Maitreya in other religions.
It is also possible that Maitreya Buddha originated with the Hindu Kalki, and that its similarities with the Iranian Mithra have to do with their common Indo-Iranian origin.

Messiah

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His mythology has been compared to the concepts of Messiah, Apocalypse, Frashokereti and Maitreya in other religions.

Kalachakra

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In Tibetan Buddhism, the Kalachakra-Tantra describes 25 rulers, each named Kalki who rule from the heavenly Shambhala.
Chögyam Trungpa, while not a noted Kālacakra master, became increasingly involved later in his life with what he termed Shambhala teachings, derived in part from the Kālacakra tradition, in particular, the mind terma which he received from the Kalki.

Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi

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MFI claims that Shahi is the Mehdi, Messiah, and Kalki Avatar.

Samael Aun Weor

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Thus he states that this union of Samael (the Logos) with Aun Weor (the human soul) is the Maitreya Buddha Kalki Avatar of the New Age of Aquarius.

End time

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In Hinduism, the end time occurs when Kalki, the final incarnation of Vishnu, descends atop a white horse and brings an end to the current Kali Yuga.

Dashavatara

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The Garuda Purana lists ten avatars, with Kalki being the tenth.
Most draw from the following set of figures, in this order: Matsya; Kurma; Varaha; Narasimha; Vamana; Parashurama; Rama; Krishna or Balarama; Buddha or Krishna; and Kalki.

Koka and Vikoka

Koka and Vikoka are figures from Hindu mythology, twin generals who will aid the demon Kali in his battle against Kalki, the 10th and final avatar of the god Vishnu, whose coming will herald the end of the age.

Sri Bhagavan

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Students also reported various spiritual experiences including mystical visions of their own personal God riding a white horse, similar to the Kalki form of Vishnu from traditional Hindu beliefs.

Kalki Avatar Foundation

The Kalki Avatar Foundation's goals include raising awareness of the spiritual sciences, promoting divine love and tolerance among all peoples, and propagating the belief that Shahi is the awaited Kalki Avatar.

Kali Yuga

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Kalki, also called Kalkin or Karki, is the tenth avatar of Hindu god Vishnu to end the Kali Yuga, one of the four periods in the endless cycle of existence (krita) in Vaishnavism cosmology.
Kali is the reigning lord of Kali Yuga and his nemesis is Kalki, the tenth and final Avatar of Vishnu.

Bahá'u'lláh

Baha'u'llahBahá’u’lláhBaha'ullah
Bahá'ís view Bahá'u'lláh as the "Promised One" of older world religions: the "Spirit of Truth" or Comforter predicted by Jesus in his farewell discourse of John 14–17 and the return of Christ "in the glory of the Father", the return of the Kalki avatar of Hinduism, the appearance of the Maitreya Buddha, the return of the Third Imam, or the return of Jesus (Isa) expected in Islam.

White horses in mythology

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Kalki, the tenth incarnation of Vishnu and final world saviour, is predicted to appear riding a white horse, or in the form of a white horse.

Suchandra

Dawa Sangpo
The twenty-five rulers that follow them are known as Kalki kings.

Adharma

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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.

Apocalyptic literature

Apocalypseapocalypticend of the world
His mythology has been compared to the concepts of Messiah, Apocalypse, Frashokereti and Maitreya in other religions.