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Kaliki Avtar

Kaliki Avtar

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Kaliki Avtar
Q. Hindus believe that the final Avtar will visit this world in Kali-Yug and they are stillawaiting Kalki Avtar or the Final Avtar. But the Muslims believe that our ProphetMuhammad (Pbuh) is the final and last messenger of Allah and no more Prophets are goingto come. Could you shed some light on this so that we could remove the misconceptionamong our friends?Khalid, Bangalore.
Srimad Bhagvat Maha Puran
Hindus believe that there are a total of 10 Avtars (In some of their traditions, this number is 24)for the eradication of evils. All but one of them have had their visits, in the past ages i.e. Satyug,Treta-Yug and Dvapar-Yug. The present Yug is Kali-Yug in which the last and the final Avtar isto visit this world as Kalki Avtar. The starting of the present age Kali-Yug for which Kalki Avtar was destined, dates back to a time ranging from many thousand years to a few lakh years fromnow, according to different Hindu scholars. Hindus are still waiting for Kalki Avtar or the FinalAvtar. Now let us examine the signs of the Kalki Avtar in Srimad Bhagvat Puran. "After theexpiry of a great part of Kali-Yug, the nature of the people will resemble that of donkeys. Theywill engulf themselves in carrying the burden of the material life.At such a time, for the protection of the truth, Bhagvan will take Avtar." (12:216).There is a general misconception among Hindus that God Himself visits the earth as Avtar. It can be conclusively proved by the Hindu scriptures that the visit of a Prophet (Pbuh) of God wasallegorically described as God’s own visit. This, again is a lengthy topic. Anyway, see the nextrelevant shlokas.
 Shambhalgramm ukhyasya Brahmanasya Mahatmanah; Bhavane Vishnu Yashsah Kalki  Pradurbhavishyati 
 "In those days there will be a great man of good character (in the family of) the chief priest in‘Shambhal’ village, by the name of Vishnu Yash. Kalki would take birth in his home." (12:2:18)
Now let us analyses the above shloka
 1. Kalki will be born in ‘Shambhal’ village. There are three meanings of the word ‘Shambhal’, as per Sanskrit grammar [Refer. pp.29-30; Dr.Ved Prakash Upadhyay; Kalki Avtar Aur MohammadSahab](a) the place of peace. (Makkah is known as Darussalam which means ‘the home of peace’).(b) Which attracts people. (There is no other place in the world except Makkah where such alarge gathering, at a time, of about 25 lakh people is made, from all over the world. In fact if there were not restrictions from the respective governments, the gathering would have been incrores despite the financial hazards. In fact the word ‘Makkah’ has become the proverb for thecentre of attraction in other languages also e.g.., ‘Lords is the Mecca of cricket’).(c) A place near water (Makkah was in fact inhabited in the land of desert because of bursting outof a spring ‘Zam-zam’ there. Moreover Makkah is only a hundred kilometres away from the sea-shore).
2. The name of the father of Kalki Avtar would be Vishnu Yash. Vishnu is not the name of a godin a trinity. It is the name of one of the attributes of One God (Rigveda 2:1:3; also R.V.1:164:46). Yash means slave. Vishnu Yash means the slave of God. (The name of the father of Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) was Abdullah which means the slave of God. He was a man of avery sound character, is a part of history. Vishnu Yash would be a man of character, was prophesied in the above shloka).3. Kalki Avtar would be born in the family of the Head-Priest of Shambhal village. (The grandfather Abdul Muttalib of the Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) was the Head Priest of Ka’aba inMakkah city).
 Ashva mashugamaruhya Devadattam Jagatpati; Asin assadhudaman amashtaishvaryaguna nvitah.
 "He is the lone hope of all good qualities, the man of Ashtsiddhi (eight divine characteristics).He, the Jagatpati (leader of the world), riding the horse named Devadat will destroy the wicked by his sword'. (12:2:19)
 1. The man of eight divine characteristics. [Mahabharata has described the eight characteristicsas : Pragya (divine knowledge). Kuleenta (belonging to noble family), Indriyadaman (to keep allsenses in one control), shrut (divine revelation), Parakram (Physically strong), Abhubhashita (thetemperament of speaking less), Dan (giving alms to poor), Kritagyata (acknowledging favour of any benefactor).I don’t think I need giving you the detailed proof of each one of the above qualities abundantlyfound in Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh). I advise you to collect at least one specific example of each one of the above from the like history of the Prophet (Pbuh) before talking to your friends.Ask any Maulvi or religious scholar if you are unable to quote specific events yourself in supportof above.2. He will be Jagatpati. The equivalent Urdu word for Jagatpati is Sarwar-e-Alam which is very popularly used for the Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh).3. He would be a horse rider. Horses are no more used in the battles in the present day world, sothe hope of the arrival of a horse rider to lead in the battle field to destroy the wicked in the present age of tanks and planes, is ridiculous. We shall have to search for the Kalki Avtar in thehorse’s age.4. Sword would be his weapon. Again, hoping in future, when even the nuclear arsenal andmissiles may become obsolete, for a personage who is wielding a sword is ridiculous. You willcertainly have to go back to a few centuries in search of Kalki Avtar.5. He would ride a Devadat (divine) horse. The Prophet (Pbuh) had ridden a divine horse, Burraqto visit Jerusalem and the heavens. The relevant event can be seen in the books of Hadiths.
6. He would destroy the wicked. No man on the face of earth, in his own life time, in a short spanof two decades has such a record of conquering vast empires of evils as is accredited to theProphet Muhammad (Pbuh).
Vichrannashuna Chhonyam Hayenapratimadhyuti; Nripalingachhde Dasyun Kotisho Nihanishyati 
 "His whole body would emit incomparable splendour. He on his speedy horse shall ride alongthe earth and shall destroy the robbers disguising as kings." (12:2:20)
 1. Emission of splendour from his body. The following two Hadiths would suffice for theexplanation;"Narrated Mohammad, s/o Ammar s/o Yasir that Rabi d/o Muawwiz told her; son, I had you seenhim (the Prophet), you would have thought you had seen the bright sun." (Darami)"Narrated Jabir s/o Samra thus: I was gazing at the face of the Prophet (Pbuh) of God on amoonlit night. I kept comparing the face of the Prophet with moon and I found his splendour wasgreater than of the moon". (Tirmizi, Darmi) Qur’an has called the Prophet (Pbuh) by the nameSirajam Munira (the brilliant sun) (Q. 33:46)2. Destroyed the robbers in disguise of kings. (All the tribal heads of Makkah were robbers indisguise of kings. They had accumulated fortunes by making a whole community of peopleuntouchable. The worst sufferers of untouchability in India are in a far better condition than theuntouchable slaves of that society. The Prophet’s (Pbuh) revolution in two decades brought abouta change unparalleled in history so much so that Bilal, who was dragged bare-bodied on the burning sand with a chain around his neck, was elevated to such heights that he was revered andcalled Sayidna (our master) by the highest of the high castes.
 Ath Tesham Bhavishyanti Manansi Vishdani Vai;Vasudevangaragati punyagandhan ilasprisham;
 Paurjanapadanam vai Hatesvakhildasyushu
 "When all the robbers will be destroyed, the hearts of the city and the whole country would befilled by righteousness and piousness because the atmosphere will be surcharged by the fragranceof his body and they will be able to receive that fragrance". (12:2:21)
 1. The whole country will be turned into a picture of piety. (This is a page of history now andyou can quote to your friends as many examples as you wish).

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