What is written about the incarnation of God in Kaliyug in the vanaparva of Mahabharata?
A verse written by the great sage Vyasa in the Mahabharata attesting to the veracity of Bhavishya Malika
Sage Vyasa wrote about the incarnation of God in Kaliyug in the Vanaparva of Mahabharata…
“सम्भूत संभल ग्रामे
ब्राह्मण बसती सुभे।”
“sambhūta saṃbhala grāme
brāhmaṇa basatī subhe|”
In the Chatur Yugas (the four eras), only in the Satya Yuga (the era of truth, righteousness and justice), Sri Bhagwan incarnated in divine avataras(forms) like Matsya Avatar (fish form), Kurma Avatar (tortoise form), Narsingh Avatar (divine form of a part-lion, part-man) and Varaha Avatar (boar form), because in the Satya Yuga, dharma (righteousness) had all its four pillars. In both Treta and Dwapara Yuga, Lord incarnated in the ordinary human body like all other human beings according to the natural law of nature, and even in Kaliyuga, Lord will incarnate in the ordinary human body according to the law of nature created by himself.
Sambhut Sambhal village (Nabhi Gaya area) of the State of Orissa is the new Sambhal which has been established or constructed. King Yayati Keshari ji (or Jajati Keshari ji) brought ten thousand yajna brahmins from Kannauj in Uttar Pradesh and got them settled in the same holy place. Those Brahmins performed the ritual of Ashwamegh Yajna (an ancient homa) seven times at that place (Sambhut Sambhal). Lord Brahma also performed yajna rituals at the time of Adiyuga creation at the same holy place. In the same new Sambhal village, Lord Sri Hari will be born (incarnate) from the womb of his mother by taking control of nature with his illusory powers in the family of a highly spiritual and divine Brahmin.