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I think OP should give some reference to the claim of who actually said about kalki avtar appearing and when. 

In Chaubies Avtar, Guru Gobind Singh ji writes about the time when Kalki will come. This time is believed to be towards the end of Kalyug. 

 

Historically, Kalyug began when King Parakshit ( grandson of Arjun - one of the pandavas) died. So, we are a little over 5,100 years in Kalyug. 

 

Put that in perspective of the total age of Kalyug being 432,000 years!

 

 

About Nehklank ( meaning stainless) , Guru Granth Sahib and Guru Khalsa are Nehklank.

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20 minutes ago, WaljinderSingh said:

I think OP should give some reference to the claim of who actually said about kalki avtat appearing. 

In Chaubies Avtar, Guru Gobind Singh ji writes about the time when Kalki will come. This time is believed to be towards the end of Kalyug. 

 

Historically, Kalyug began when King Parikshat ( grandson of Arjun - one of the padavas) died. So, we are a little over 5,100 years in Kalyug. 

 

Put that in perspective of the total age of Kalyug being 480,000 years!

 

 

About Nehklank ( meaning stainless) , Guru Granth Sahib and Guru Khalsa are Nehklank.

Kalki avatar and Nehklank are actually the same person. Just a different name. As far as I know Kaljug began after the death of Krishna.

 

The origins of Kalki avatar are from the Puranas. Kalki comes in Vishnu Purana and  Bhagwat Purana. Also Kalki Purana

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Just now, Arsh1469 said:

Kalki avatar and Nehklank are actually the same person. Just a different name. As far as I know Kaljug began after the death of Krishna.

 

The origins of Kalki avatar are from the Puranas. Kalki comes in Vishnu Purana and  Bhagwat Purana. Also Kalki Purana

So do we believe, there is no Kalki avtar, is Guru Sahib kalki avtar, or that kalki avtar is yet to come?

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11 minutes ago, intrigued said:

So do we believe, there is no Kalki avtar, is Guru Sahib kalki avtar, or that kalki avtar is yet to come?

Well every one has different answers. It depends on your understanding of Bani. I personally don't have a belief as I need to do more research on this topic.

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3 hours ago, Arsh1469 said:

Kalki avatar and Nehklank are actually the same person. Just a different name. As far as I know Kaljug began after the death of Krishna.

 

The origins of Kalki avatar are from the Puranas. Kalki comes in Vishnu Purana and  Bhagwat Purana. Also Kalki Purana

Well, Kalyug never started its influence until Parakshit's death. 

After the Parakshit became the king of the world, these were restricted:

 

1) Adultery

2) Prostitution 

3) Gambling

4) Intoxication influenced by forbidden drugs

Kalyug appeared to Parakshit and said that he (Kalyug) cannot reign and infiltrate the atmosphere built by the great king Parakshit. He requested to allow any of the above restrictions. Parakshit refused.

 

Kalki avtar to which Guru Gobind Singh ji refers is an incarnation of Vishnu ji and will come towards the end of Kalyug. It is speculated that there will be Satyug within Kalyug which refers to Khalsa Raj.

Nehklank and Kalki do not need to be the same individuals. Nehklank literally means without stain and Kalki is related to Kalyug.

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Adultery Prostitution Gambling etc happened in satyug treta and duapar as well.
 

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Bhagat Parladh was in satyugh his father killed every citizen in his kingdom who believed in God. 

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Vishvamitra was shiromani rishi he was such big japi tapi that he could create a universe of his own and control it but he fell for kaam when he saw Urvashi sent by Inder again satyugh

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Vishwamitra has two mentions in rig veda and ramayna (where he is related to Parshurama again satyugh avtar of Shiva). He was creator of Gaitri Mantra to me he was in satyugh.

Guru Gobind Singh ji wrote 24 avtar katha how many of these avtars from satyugh ? How come when Dharma has 4 legs God has to take a form to save his Bhagats and Dharma again and again as opposed to duapar treta or kalyugh ?

The definition of satyugh and what happened in satyugh dont correlate ? Why is this question offending you ? 

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