In Hinduism, Kalki ( meaning ‘Eternity,’ ‘White Horse,’ or ‘Destroyer of Filth’) is the incarnation of Vishnu in the current Mahayuga, foretold to appear at the end of Kali Yuga, the current epoch. Religious texts called the Puranas foretell that Kalki will be atop a white horse with a drawn blazing sword. He is the harbinger of end time in Hindu eschatology, after which he will usher in Satya Yuga.
The name Kalki is a metaphor for eternity or time. Its origins may lie in the Sanskrit word kalka which means foulness or filth. Hence, the name translates to the ‘destroyer of foulness,’ ‘destroyer of darkness,” or ‘destroyer of ignorance. Another etymology from Sanskrit is ‘white horse.
Kalachakra tantra was first taught by the Buddha to King Indrabhuti, the first dharmaraja of Shambhala.It is widely believed that the next Hindu Avatar known as Kalki will take birth at Sambalpur or Shambhala as this place was known in olden times.
There are several proofs of the place Shambhala in different Hindu and Buddhist religious texts as the birthplace of Kalki. The Mahabharatra (Vana Parva, 190.93-97) and Srimad-Bhagavatam Bhag.12.2.18 give reference of Shambhala as the birthplace. The blind Poet Bhima Bhoi and Many other poets mentioned about the place “Shambhala” as the birth place of KALKI Avatar as the next incarnation of GOD in their LEKHA (poetry).