So at the present moment in the Kali, Kali-yuga, they are, practically, they're all demons. All demons. So if Kṛṣṇa . . . of course, sometimes it will come that Kṛṣṇa has to come here simply to kill the demons. That is Kalki avatāra. That is described by Jayadeva Gosvāmī. What is that? Keśava dhṛta-kalki-śarīra jaya jagadīśa hare. Kalau, dhūmaketum iva kim api karālam, mleccha-nivaha-nidhane kalayasi karavālam. Mleccha, the mleccha, this word, yavana, these . . . There are words in Vedic language, mleccha, yavana. Yavana means meat-eaters. Yavana. It does not mean only Europeans are yavana, and Americans, not . . . Indians are not yavana. No. Anyone who eats meat, he's a yavana. Yavana means meat-eater. And mleccha means unclean. One who does not follow Vedic principles, he's called mleccha. Just like . . . as the Muhammadans say, kafir. One who does not follow Muslim religion, they are called kafir. That is religion point of view. And the Christians say: "Heathens." One who does not follow Christian religion, they are called heathens. Is it not? Similarly, anyone who does not follow Vedic principle, he's called mleccha. So time will come when nobody will follow Vedic principles of life. Therefore, mleccha.
So mleccha-nivaha, when all the people will become mlecchas, nobody following the Vedic principles, mleccha-nivaha-nidhane, at that time there is no more preaching, simply killing. Nivaha-nidhane kalau asi karavālaṁ. In this age a very fearful . . . not feature, but action is very fearful. Mleccha-nivaha-nidhane kalau asi karavālaṁ dhūmaketum iva (Daśāvatāra Stotra 10). Just like now they are apprehending the appearance of a comet. So Kṛṣṇa will appear just like a comet. Dhūmaketum iva, dhūmaketum iva, dhūmaketum iva. Kalau ati karavālam. So that is the end of Kali-yuga, that people will be so mlecchācāra, unclean habits, they, dull . . . now they have already become, already become. They have no brain. Even big, big, so-called . . . (break) . . . mahā-vadānya, very munificent incarnation. Or magnanimous. Mahā-vadānyāvatāra. Namo mahā-vadānyāya kṛṣṇa-prema . . . He is giving kṛṣṇa-prema, love of Kṛṣṇa. You . . . one cannot understand Kṛṣṇa, it is so difficult.