About the birth of Kali Yuga and Kalki Avatar in Shri MaddBhagwat-
In the 12th Skandh of Shrimad Bhagwat under Kaliyuga Dharma, Shri Shukdevji tells Parikshitji that as the ultimate Kali Yuga approaches, Dharma, Truth, Purity, Forgiveness, Mercy, Age, Strength, and Memory-power will gradually disappear.
At the end of Kali Yuga, there will be fierce battles, heavy rains, strong thunderstorms, and scorching heat. People will not do agricultural work etc. Many looters will increase and will steal clothes and food items. Drinking water will be stolen. Will steal household items bags and boxes. Thieves will start stealing the property of thieves like themselves. Murder and looting will increase. People’s lives will become difficult.
It is also said that there will come a time in Kali Yuga when all men will spend their lives under the control of women. The domination of sin will be everywhere. Man will believe in leading a tamasic life rather than a sattvic life. After this, at the end of Kali Yuga, at the time of Kalki Avatar, the average age of a human being will be only 20 or 30 years. At the time when Kalki incarnation will come, at that time the stature of man must have reduced a lot.
In Shri Mad Bhagwat Mahapuran, the incarnation of Lord Kalki is described through a verse –
“Sambhal village Chiefsya Brahmanasyamahatmanah Bhavanevishnuyashasah Kalki Pradurbhavishyati.”
Lord Kalki will be born in Sambhal village as the son of a superior Brahmin named Vishnuyash. He will ride on a horse named Devadatta and kill the wicked with his sword Only then will the SatyaYug begin.
Maharishi Ved Vyas ji, who composed Shri Mad Bhagwat, later revises it in his next book, the Van Parva of Mahabharata, about the birth of Lord Kalki. In it, he writes –
“Kalki Vishnuyashanam Dwijakal Prachodit.
Sambhut Sambhal Grame Brahmana Basati Shubha Kalkivishnu”
The ancient Sambhal city has been told about the birth of Lord Kalki in Shri Mad Bhagwat. But Vyas Ji revises it in his later text Mahabharata and tells it to be Sambhut Sambhal. Sambhut Sambhal means the new Sambhal which has been established for the auspicious work i.e. Yagya.
It is noteworthy that Sambhut Sambhal is in the Biraja Kshetra of Orissa. In the eleventh century, the Jajati king Keshari from Orissa established this new Sambhal village for the purpose of Yagya, taking ten thousand brahmins from Sambhal village of Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh for the purpose of Yagya.
It is noteworthy that the great saint of Orissa, Achyutananda, who is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Param Shakha Sudama, has also pointed towards the Sambhut Sambhal of Birja Region regarding the birth of Lord Kalki.