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There, states Luis Reimann, can "hardly be any doubt that the Markandeya section is a late addition to the Epic.
Making Yudhisthira ask a question about conditions at the end of Kali and the beginning of Krta — something far removed from his own situation — is merely a device for justifying the inclusion of this subject matter in the Epic." The coverage of Kalki in these Hindu texts is scant, in contrast to the legends of Matsya, Kurma, Varaha, Vamana, Narasimha and Krishna, all of which are repeatedly and extensively described.
the G3.6 manuscript) that have been found, where the Sanskrit verses name the avatar to be "karki", rather than "kalki". Avatara means "descent" and refers to a descent of the divine into the material realm of human existence.
The Garuda Purana lists ten avatars, with Kalki being the tenth.
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The Epic character of Kalki restores dharma, restores justice in the world, but does not end the cycle of existence.
The Kalkin section in the Mahabharata occurs in the Markandeya section.
The last Kalki of Shambhala destroys a barbarian Muslim army, after which Buddhism flourishes. This has led scholars such as Otto Schrader to suggest that the original term may have been karki (white, from the horse) which morphed into Kalki.
This proposal is supported by two versions of Mahabharata manuscripts (e.g.
Mitchiner states that some Puranas such as the Yuga Purana do not mention Kalki and offer a different cosmology than the other Puranas.