Here are few selective points of Kalagyana taken from the individual chapters of this book which were spoken by Sri Veera Brahmendra Swami. These are found to be in close match with the incidents cited in Kalki Purana.
“In the year named 'Vishwavasu' I would be born carrying a name 'Sri Veerabhogavasantaraya', and would later become famous by the name 'Kalki'. I would learn many Vidyas (arts/subjects) from Ashwatthama, Lord Dattaatreya, Sri Sanaree Vishveshwara Swami, Sri Achaarya Nagarjuna, Sri Swarna Amaralingeshwara Swami, and many other saints. [Refer to Ch. 91 – Verse 7]”. This verse is in sync with the story from the Kalki Purana where it is written that Kalki would learn many subjects and martial arts from Dattatreya, Ashwatthama, Parashurama, and other saints.
“In the year named ‘Parabhava’ I as Veerabhoga Vasantaraya’ would gain some boons from Lord ‘Mallikarjuna’ and would go to ‘Vindhya’ mountains to visit some ‘Rishis’ (saints). After accumulating the required boons and blessings, then finally I would be called as ‘Kalki’ [Refer to Ch. 91 – Verse 8]”. This is also indicated in Kalki Purana that Lord Kalki would visit many great saints dwelling on mountains and would take their blessings.
“As ‘Kalki’ in the year named, ‘Pramadicha’ I would become eight years old boy. [Refer to Ch. 91 – Verse 9]”. That means, probably education, blessings acquired etc. would happen in his childhood before eight years of age.
“In the 5047th year of Kaliyuga (not to be confused with the English AD number) which would be called by name ‘Pingali’ a fierce war would start and would continue in the northern countries till the year named ‘Kalayukti’ [Refer to Ch. 91 – Verse 12, & Ch. 94 – Verse 11]”.
“In the year named ‘Durmati’ by the ‘Kartika Suddha Pournami’ day (full moon day of November) I would become sixteen years old youngster and would be hailed by the name, ‘Veerabhoga Vasantaraya’ and would become famous by name – ‘KALKI’. I would protect the virtuous people and take care of them as my children. I would punish the sinners for their evils [Refer to Ch. 91 – Verse 14]”. Here Swami mentions the various names by which he would be known as. Also he clearly states that the name Kalki would be the most famous name.
“In the year named ‘Raktakshi’ I would get married [Refer to Ch. 91 – Verse 15]”. Kalki Purana states that Kalki would marry ‘Padmavati’ from the region called, ‘Simhala’. Some scholars believe that Simhala is another name of ‘Sri Lanka’, and some others believe that Sri Lanka was never referred to as ‘Simhala’ in epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata, and hence they map that region with ‘Vijayawada’ of Andhra Pradesh which is the abode of the Goddess Durga - the rider of Lion (Simha). Only Lord ‘Veerabhoga Vasantaraya (Kalki)’ might know about the truth behind ‘Simhala’.
“In the year named ‘Nandana’ I would visit ‘Sri Sailam’, I would worship Lord ‘Mallikarjuna’ by following 'Pasupata Diksha' (also called as Viraja Diksha). From Lord Shiva I would get a horse by name 'Devadatta', a parrot by name 'Shuka', a mighty sword named 'Ratnamaru', a celestial bow by name 'Karmukam', 'Akshaya Tooniram' (inexhaustible quiver), as boons from him. Again I would sit for penance in ‘Sri Sailam’. But before I sit for my penance, there would be some calamities on Earth which would indicate about my presence to you. In the year named ‘Nandana’ innumerable stars would fall on the earth erasing many lives from the surface [Refer to Ch. 91 – Verse 17]”.
“In the year named ‘Durmukhi’ starting from the ‘Kartika Suddha Chaturdasi’ day (fourth day after new moon in the month of November) I would start eliminating the sinners and that year onwards there would be many ‘Mahapralayam (cataclysms)’ [Refer to Ch. 91 – Verse 18]”.
“In the year named ‘Raudri’ in the month of November fierce wars would happen [Refer to Ch. 91 – Verse 13]”. As per some sources there would be World War-3 somewhere after 2037 and would last till 2046. If we translate this Hindu calendar year ‘Raudri’ into Christian calendar it maps to 2041.
“In ‘Badarikashrama’ place, I would reveal my true form to the great sages of that place for their long awaited desire. Then I would come to ‘Nandikonda’ village where I would teach them warrior skills [Refer to Ch. 94 – Verse 5]”.
“In ‘Kartika’ month (November) people would believe me and worship me as ‘Veerabhoga Vasantaraya’. On the ‘Kartika Suddha Dwadasi’ day (twelfth day after new moon day in November) people would recognize me as the incarnation of Lord Vishnu and would develop devotion towards Vishnu. People would pray me with verses from sacred book ‘Sama Veda’. Ignorant people wouldn’t be able to know me [Refer to Ch. 90 – Verse 11]”
“The way ‘Dharmaraja’ and ‘Sri Rama’ ruled over the country with righteousness I would rule over this world with the same integrity and righteousness for one hundred and ninety five years. That’s true! [Refer to Ch. 90 – Verse 17]”. Kalki Purana also states that Lord Kalki would rule over the entire world righteously and that time all religions would merge into one. This verse spoken by saint Veerabrahmam in his Kalagyana is in close match with the Kalki Purana.
So, from the above Kalagyana verses it becomes evident that ‘Sri Veerabhoga Vasantaraya’ would otherwise be called as Kalki.
Then another related question arises, “Why did Lord Vishnu incarnate as ‘Sri Veerabrahmendra Swami’ well before his planned tenth incarnation – Kalki?” The answer to this is given in ‘Chapter - 7’ of this book.
In fact Veerabrahmendra and Kalki are complementary to each other and together they achieve the purpose of the ‘Avatara Dharma’ (purpose of incarnation). It would be understood gradually as and when we progress through the chapters and finally in the Epilogue we would see that both incarna-tions are complementary to each other and serve the same divine purpose.
With this introduction and analysis about the forthcoming manifestation, let’s now proceed ahead.