Returning of Satyayuga
It is 100% truth that once a destruction on large level has to appear because Lord has to establish Dharma. Naturally, battle will appear between good and evil people. In this battle Kali or Malichha people or Evil people will destroy completely. Battle will be fought in two ways, time fixed by Lord – (1) With the power of Nature – Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Aakas i.e. Natural disaster and(2) With the power of human being.
Without fighting the battle, the condition of earth will not change. Kalki Puran 1;2:8 has prophesied that Lord Kalki will bring Satya Yuga (Krita Yuga), then He will establish Dharma as before and then He will kill the Kali. Mahabharata, Van Parva, Title “Kali Dharm and Kalki Avatar” Page No – 311 has prophesied the conditions of the earth when the Satya-yuga will return. “Creatures would come into existence again, beginning with the Brahmanas. When that age will pass away, creation will again increase. Providence will again be propitious at will. When the sun, the moon, and Jupiter enter in the constellation of Pushya, in one zodiacal the clouds will incessantly shower rains, and positions of the stars and planets will be auspicious. The planets, duly revolving in their orbits, will be greatly propitious. Abundance, prosperity, wealth, and peace will be everywhere.”
Shrimad Bhagawatam Maha Puran 12;2:24 ; Shri Vishnu Puran, Part – 4th Chapter 24, Ashlokas – 102, Page No – 302 has prophesied the condition of returning Satya Yuga – when the Moon, Sun and Jupiter will arrive in Pushya Nakshtra (pushy constellation), in one rashi (in one zodiacal) in the ascendant, Satya yuga will start.
The Astrological calculation says that the above period has started on 26th July 2014 at 3:11:00 p.m. Thus Satya yuga has started. Now, we are waiting for the re-establish of Dharma. Then the effect of Satya yuga will cover the earth once again. Herein we see that once balance or Dharma is restored, as re-established by Lord Kalki, the planet begins to heal and rejuvenate itself. Those creatures that were once extinct due to the pollution and imbalance caused by humanity will appear again. The sacred rivers of the Ganga and Yamuna and others also reappear. The planet creates what it needs again, and after years of drought and famine the clouds will supply rain again. Everywhere there will be peace and bountifulness. The following description shows how, at the beginning of the next Satya-yuga, everyone will again live in harmony and with a common cause and goal, based on spiritual upliftment for one and all. “Reaching at this stage, there will be an end to Kali-yuga, in which the truth and the tapas (austerity for spiritual insight) would re-emerge completely, together with Dharma. At that point in time the Brahmanas will perform their tapas.
They will be extremely religious and well-versed in the Vedic knowledge. In every household, there will again be chaste ladies devoted to religion (the Vedic spiritual path). There will be regional kings who will be devoted to their own Dharma (duties as an honest and principled ruler), devoted to (genuine and highly advanced) Brahmanas (the intellectuals and priests who understand Vedic spiritual knowledge), as well as glorious, devoted to Dharma, and will be performing always good deeds and activities. The Vaishyas (Vedically principled and honest merchants) will engage themselves in commerce and will be devoted to the Brahmanas and religion. The Shudras [or worker class, artists, performers, etc.] also will be quite meritorious, devoted to Dharma and adore the Brahmanas. The Brahmanas, Kshatriys and Vaishyas will perform the yajnas (Vedic rituals) of Vishnu. There will be Vaishnavas (worshipers of Vishnu) always reciting the name of Lord Vishnu and devoted to Me (Lord Narayana, Vishnu). They will be well-versed in the Smritis, Shrutis and Puranas, as well as Vedic Dharma and will enjoy the company of their wives only at the proper times. Therefore, Krita-yuga will be influenced only by Dharma and there will be no particle of adharma (non-Vedic or non-spiritual or immoral actions or thoughts). (Brahma-Vaivarta Purana, Prakriti Khanda, Chapter 7). Shrimad Devi Bhagawatam prophesied the same things.
The Mahabharata has also prophesied the same thing but with further elaborations on how conditions will be when Satya-yuga or Krita-yuga begins again: “O descendant of Bharata, when at the appearance of the Krita Yuga, sin will thus be completely destroyed and virtue will flourish, men will again be engaged in religious rites. Well-planted gardens, sacrificial grounds, large tanks, Vedic schools and colleges, ponds and temples, will (all) reappear everywhere; various sacrifices will also begin to be performed at the appearance of the Krita age. Brahmanas will be honest and good. Being devoted to asceticism, they will be Rishis (and wise sages). The hermitages occupied by the wicked wretches will once more be the homes of men devoted to Truth. Men in general will begin to honor and practice Truth. All seeds sown on earth will grow. O king of kings, every kind of crop will grow in every season. Men will devotedly practice charity, vows, and religious rites. The Brahmanas, devoted to meditation and sacrifices (Vedic rituals), will be of virtuous soul and cheerful disposition. The kings will virtuously govern the earth. In the Satya yuga (Krita Yuga), the Vaishyas will devote themselves to trade, the Brahmans will be devoted to their six duties and the Kshatriyas will be devoted to the display of prowess (for the protection of the citizens). The Shudras will be devoted to the service of the other three orders. Such will be the Dharma in Satya yuga (Krita yuga), Treta yuga, and Dvapara Yugas.
“O son of Pandu, I have now narrated to you everything. I have told you the periods embraced by the several yugas, that which is known to all. Thus have I now told you everything appertaining to both the past and the future as narrated by Vayu in his own Puran ordored by the Rishi. Immortal as I am, I have many times seen and ascertained the course of the world. I have now told you all that I have seen and felt.” (Mahabharata, Vana Parva) The Vishnu Purana (Book Four, Chapter One) has also co- related that the Vedas and the principles of Sanatana-dharma, or the eternal nature of the soul, fade and disappear from the planet at the end of every four ages. The Shrimad Bhagavatam Maha Puran 8;14:4-5 has also confirmed that there are saintly persons who help reestablish these principles in Satya-yuga along with the basis of varnashrama (the divisions of four varnas, such as Brahmanas, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas, and Shudras that are established not by one’s birth, but by one’s natural talents and tendencies; and the four ashramas, namely Brahmacari, Grihastha, Vanaprastha, and Sannyasa), which is the proper organization of society for humanity.
The Vishnu Puran has explained that it is in the jurisdiction of the seven universal sages or rishis (the Saptarishis) to make sure the Vedic knowledge is given currency again, even if these rishis must descend from the higher planets to do so. So in every Satya-yuga the Manu (the demigod son of Brahma who is the lawgiver of humanity) of that age is the author of the body of law, while the sons of Manu and their descendants are sovereigns of the earth. This means that although the genuine spiritual knowledge or Vedic information may disappear from the face of this planet, it is still dwelling elsewhere in the universe, or even out of the jurisdiction of society in this world, and it is the duty of higher authorities to reestablish it in its proper time.
For the purpose of doing help in this regard, it is predicted in the Srimad-Bhagavatam and the Vishnu Puran that there are two persons who are waiting for the end of Kali-yuga: Devapi of the race of Puru and brother of King Shantanu, and Maru, a descendant of King Ikshvaku. They will be great kings and will help in the process of reestablishing the proper principles in society. These two are alive even now by their great mystic strength obtained through the power of devotion. They have lived through all four of the yugas and reside in the village of Kalapa. They are waiting for the end of Kali-yuga. Then, at the beginning of Satya-yuga, under the instructions of the Supreme, they will return to society and be members of the family of the Manu and reestablish the eternal religion of humanity, Sanatana-dharma (based on the soul’s eternal nature to serve the Supreme), and the institution of varnashrama, which is the proper organization of society for its continued harmony in life, and its material and spiritual progress. They will become great kings and form proper government. (Srimad-Bhagavatam Maha Puran 12;2:37-38, and the Vishnu Purana, Book Four, Chapter 24)
The Srimad-Bhagavatam 9;12:6 has co-related the meaning by which Maru has been able to continue living and what his mission will be: “Having achieved perfection in the power of mystic yoga (pranayama or breath control), Maru still lives in a place known as Kalapa-grama. At the end of Kali-yuga, he will revive the lost Surya dynasty by begetting a son.” Thus, by the arrangement of the Supreme Being, there are those who will always be the guardians of that spiritual knowledge that contains the genuine principles for attaining the real goal of human existence, and who will provide the means so that it is passed along to others.
After all of this is accomplished, as related in the Srimad Bhagavatam Maha Puran (12;2:39), the cycle of the four ages of Satya, Treta, Dvapara, and Kali-yugas (a chaturyuga) will continue to repeat itself along with the same general pattern of events.
Those who repeatedly hear the transcendental glories of the Lord Kalki with pure devotion will find that all inauspiciousness within their hearts will be reduced to zero. (Kalki Puran) The above analysis is on the basis of Holy Books not practical; Thus let us watch the arrival of truth completely in coming time.