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      Kalki Avatar : World’s Most Special Kalki Dham Temple to be Built before God’s Incarnation | Details Inside

      Prime Minister Narendra Modi laid the foundation stone for the Shri Kalki Dham temple on 19th February 2024 in Uttar Pradesh’s Sambhal district. Acharya Pramod Krishnam, chairman of Shri Kalki Dham Nirman Trust, express pride as PM Modi place the main stone in the temple’s sanctum sanctorum. 

      This significant event was mark by the presence of various dignitaries, saints, and religious leaders.

      Acharya Pramod Krishnam, has drawn attention due to its association with the concept of the Kalki Avatar, believe to be the 24th incarnation of Lord Vishnu.

      What is ‘Kalki’ Avatar of Lord Vishnu? 

      The Kalki Dham temple is dedicated to Lord Kalki, who is Lord Vidhnu’s tenth incarnation. 

      In religious stories, it is believe that when things go wrong in the world, Lord Vishnu comes to Earth to set things right. 

      There are said to be 24 avatars of Lord Vishnu, and 23 have already come.

      The 24th one, call as the ‘Kalki Avatar,’ is yet to come. 

      This temple is consider very special because it is where God’s temple will be built before his incarnation itself. 

      According to Hindu religious texts, Lord Vishnu takes incarnations to restore righteousness, and the Kalki Avatar is prophesied to be the 24th incarnation, emerging at the end of the Kali Yuga.

      The scriptures describe 24 avatars of Lord Vishnu, with 23 having already descend on Earth.

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      When will Kalki Dham Temple be Built?

      The temple will be built on a 5-acre plot and is expect to take about 5 years to complete. 

      As per the details, the birthplace of the Kalki avatar is said to be Sambhal, Uttar Pradesh.

      This is the reason why Kalki Dham is being construct in this location. 

      The temple will have 10 sanctums, each representing one of Lord Vishnu’s ten incarnations. 

      As per reports, the scriptures mention that when Lord Kalki incarnates, he will receive a white horse call as ‘Devdutt’ from Lord Shiva, a sword from Lord Parshuram, and education from Lord Brihaspati. 

      In the 16th chapter of the ‘Agni Purana,’ the Kalki avatar is depict as a horseman wielding a bow and arrow.

      So all these details will be consider while making the idol for the temple.

      Significance of Kalki Dham Temple

      Kalki Dham is dedicated to Lord Kalki, the temple is consider the world’s most special due to being the first ‘Dham’ where God’s temple is establish before the incarnation.

      Ten sanctums within the temple symbolise the ten incarnations of Lord Vishnu.

      Anticipated Birth of Kalki Avatar

      Kal Yug, which as per the religious texts, began after Lord Krishna’s departure, and is believe to last for 4 lakh 32 thousand years, with 5126 years having pass.

      The birth of Lord Kalki is predict to take place when Guru, Sun, and Moon align in Pushya Nakshatra, on the 5th day of the Shukla Paksha of the Sawan month.

      Appearance of Kalki Avatar

      As per the ‘Agni Purana’, Kalki avatar has visualise as a horseman holding a bow and arrow.

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      The avatar will ride a white horse named Devadatta, adorned with 64 arts, and acquire miraculous powers from Lord Shiva.

      Details of Kalki Dham Temple

      The temple will be spread across five acres, and the temple is expect to take around five years for completion.

      There will be many common things between this temple, Ayodhya Ram Mandir, and Somnath Temple: pink-coloured stone, similar architectural ‘shaili,’ and exclusion of steel or iron frames.

      ‘Shikhara’ of the temple will reach a height of 108 ft, with the platform elevated 11 ft above the ground.

      As per the records, a total of 68 pilgrimage sites will be establish within the temple premises.

      Kalki Peeth will remain in its original place, but a new idol of Lord Kalki will be made.

      Pran Pratishtha ceremony, similar to the Ram Mandir Consecration Ceremony, will be conduct.

      Details from scriptures will serve as a guide for the idol creation, including a white horse name ‘Devdutt’ from Lord Shiva, a sword from Lord Parshuram, and education from Lord Brihaspati.

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