The Dvapara Yuga is the third out of four yugas, or ages in the Hindu religion. The Dvapara Yuga ended when Krishna, the eighth avatar of Vishnu dies, and the world enter the age of darkness, also known as Kali Yuga Lord Krishna Krishna (à¤à¥à¤·à¥à¤£, Sanskrit for black. Also said to mean All Attractive), is, according to common Hindu tradition, the eighth avatar of Vishnu. ... In Hinduism, an avatar is the incarnation (bodily manifestation) of an Immortal Being, or of the Ultimate Supreme Being. ... For other uses of the name Vishnu, see Vishnu (disambiguation). ... Kali Yuga is also the title of a book by Roland Charles Wagner. ...
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In a preceding article, it was shown that the true Age of the world at present (1933), as indicated by the position of the Autumnal Equinox on the zodiacal circle, is year 235 of DwaparaYuga of the Ascending Arc.
Kali Yuga institutions are unable to survive the vibrations of the new Age.
The children of DwaparaYuga cannot build the fairer structure of the future civilization on the crumbling and ill-laid foundations of the Dark Age now definitely past.
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