Where was Jesus buried in Kashmir?

A belief that Jesus survived the crucifixion and spent his remaining years in Kashmir has led to a run-down shrine in Srinagar making it firmly onto the must-visit-in India tourist trail. In the backstreets of downtown Srinagar is an old building known as the Rozabal shrine.

Where did Jesus go in India?

He (Jesus) spent six years in Puri and Rajgir, near Nalanda, the ancient seat of Hindu learning. Then he went to the Himalayas and spent time in Tibetan monasteries studying Buddhism and through Persia returned to Judea at the age of 29′.

Did Jesus came to India?

“Jesus is said to have visited our land and Kashmir to study Buddhism. He was inspired by the laws and wisdom of Buddha,” a senior lama of the Hemis monastery told IANS. According to Roerich, “Jesus passed his time in several ancient cities of India such as Benares or Varanasi”.

Where was God was born?

As Feiler himself notes in his earlier book “Walking the Bible,” the first place mentioned in Scripture that experts are relatively certain about is Mount Ararat, several chapters after the account of Eden, and that is because it happens to have the same name today.

Did Paul spent 3 years with Jesus?

He was struck blind, but after three days his sight was restored by Ananias of Damascus and Paul began to preach that Jesus of Nazareth was the Jewish messiah and the Son of God….Paul the Apostle.

Saint Paul the Apostle
Patronage Missionaries, theologians, evangelists, and Gentile Christians Theology career
Education School of Gamaliel

Is there any evidence that Jesus died in Kashmir?

Jesus in Kashmir. Much evidence has been shown in books and documentaries about Jesus not having died on the cross but having traveled to India where his remains are kept, writes Bhagawati.

Who is the saint of the tomb of Jesus in Kashmir?

Many researchers claim that the shrine houses the graves saint and prophet Yuzasaf (Youza Asaf or Youza Asouph in modern local Kashmiri), who was born as a prince and of a Shia Muslim saint Mir Syed Naseer-ud-Din, as suggested by the signage outside the shrine. A Stabat Mater depiction (1868) of Crucifixion of Jesus.

Who was the king who crucified Jesus in Kashmir?

Hassnain concludes that Yuzu Asaph is indeed Issa of the Muslims and Jesus of the Christians who came from Palestine to Kashmir during the reign of Raja Gopadatta (49-109 A.D.). Osho lines out what really happened during the alleged crucifixion of Jesus and the aftermath:

Why is Kashmir known as Heaven on Earth?

The Bible declared that Jesus ascended to heaven — Kashmir is known as “heaven on earth.” Moreover, many Kashmiris believe they are the descendants of one of the lost 10 tribes of Israel who fled the Assyrian occupation (suggesting that Jesus would seek refuge among his own people).