Maha Yuga

[ muh-hah -yoog-uh ]
/ məˈhɑ ˈyʊg ə /

noun

a period of 12,000 years, comprising four Yugas.

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Example sentences from the Web for Maha Yuga

  • Each yuga, maha-yuga, and karpa is followed by a period of more or less complete destruction.

  • It is well known that the first era in the maha-yuga is called Sattia yuga, or the era of truth.