Question - What are the four Yugas in Hinduism?

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Four such yugas (called Krita, Treta, Dvapara, and Kali, after the throws of an Indian game of dice) make up the mahayuga (“great yuga”), and 2, 000 mahayugas make up the basic cosmic cycle, the kalpa. The first yuga (Krita) was an age of perfection lasting 1, 728, 000 years. THE FOUR YUGAS (AGES) YUGA in Hindu philosophy is name of 'ERA' within a cycle of four ages. These are satya yug, treta yug, Dvaapar yug and kali yug. When the evil and decadence of the Kali Yuga reaches its zenith, Vishnu will have an incarnation (avatara) as Kalki the horse rider, to kill all the evil people and restore Dharma on earth, commencing a new Satya Yuga. According to Puranic sources, Krishna's departure marks the end of Dvapara Yuga and the start of Kali Yuga, which is dated to 17/18 February 3102 BCE. Based on a start year of 3102 BCE and a duration of 432, 000 years, Kali Yuga started roughly 5, 121 years ago with 426, 879 years remaining as of 2020 CE. 'The timeline also indicates that the ascending Kali Yuga, which is the current epoch in which we are living, will end in 2025 CE. The full manifestation of the next Yuga – the ascending Dwapara – will take place in 2325 CE, after a transitional period of 300 years.

Lord kalki will arrive after 2026(beginning of new ascending cycle on earth), in the new ascending kaliyuga to destroy evil Illuminati Rothschild families, their money control system and establish righteousness on earth.

3, 000 + 300 + 300 = 3, 600 divine years (= 1, 296, 000 human years) = 1 Treta Yuga. 2, 000 + 200 + 200 = 2, 400 divine years (= 864, 000 human years) = 1 Dvapara Yuga.

The Satya Yuga lasts 1, 728, 000 years. The goddess Dharma (depicted in the form of a cow), which symbolises morality, stood on all four legs during this period. Later on in the Treta Yuga, it would become three, followed by two in the Dvapara Yuga. Currently, in the immoral age of Kali, it stands on one leg.

Sri Ram came first. Sri Ram was 7th Incarnation of God Maha Vishnu. Sri Krishna was 8th Incarnation of God Maha Vishnu. Sri Ram was born in Treta Yuga (2nd Yuga).

“what are the symptoms of Kali yuga? There is an entire chapter. Sukadeva Gosvami said: Then, O King, religion, truthfulness, cleanliness, tolerance, mercy, duration of life, physical strength and memory will all diminish day by day because of the powerful influence of the age of Kali.

At the end of kalyug which will end with massive destruction and disaster by lord shiva. Then again lord brahma will again create new creative creatures and a whole new "srishti" the beginning of new life again "satyug" will start and the whole cycles of these yug.

Kalki (Devanagari:????? ; also rendered by some as Kalkin and Kalaki), in some Hindu traditions, is the tenth and final great avatar (appearance or incarnation) of Vishnu prophesied to end the present age of darkness and destruction known as Kali Yuga. The name Kalki is often used as a metaphor for eternity or time.

With Avatar of Narshimha and killing Hiranyakashyap or Hiranya Kashipu. Lord Vishnu came in ending phase of Satya Yuga. Later he took avatar of Vamana to defeat King Bali the grandson of Prahalad who were asuras. Later, Treta Yuga ended with death of King Rama and Dwapar Yuga ended with death of Lord Krishna.

The Indian texts state that Kalki will be born to Awejsirdenee and Bishenjun, or alternatively in the family of Sumati and Vishnuyasha. He appears at the end of Kali Yuga to restore the order of the world.

Kalyug, the "Age of Downfall", is the fourth and final era in the spiritual evolution of man. This is also referred to as the 'Iron Age' of Kalyug. The word 'Yug' stands for 'Era' or 'Time Cycle'.

The current, Seventh Manvantara – the interval of Vaivasvata Manu. Saptarshis list: Kashyapa, Atri, Vashista, Vishvamitra, Gautama, Jamadagni, Bharadvaja.

Hindu time cycles), a Kalpa is equal to 4. 32 billion years, a "day of Brahma" or one thousand mahayugas, measuring the duration of the world. Each kalpa is divided into 14 manvantara periods, each lasting 71 yuga cycles (306, 720, 000 years).

According to Hindus, Kali (Devanāgari:???, IAST: kali, with both vowels short; from a root kad, "suffer, hurt, startle, confuse") is the reigning lord of the Kali Yuga and archenemy of Kalki, the 10th and final avatar of the Hindu God Vishnu.