Did Jesus went to India?

Did Jesus went to India?

Did Jesus went to India?

Rejection by modern mainstream New Testament scholarship Marcus Borg states that the suggestions that an adult Jesus traveled to Egypt or India and came into contact with Buddhism are “without historical foundation”.

Did Jesus die in Kashmir?

According to the myth, Jesus survived crucifixion and spent his last days in Kashmir. But the locals don’t believe it to be true, and consider the myth profane. ‚ÄúThis is the grave of a Muslim saint. It is clearly written in our holy book, the Qur’an, that Jesus was ascended up to heaven, to God.

Is 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 live 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′.

Is India in the Bible?

India is mentioned in Esther 1:1 and 8:9 as the eastern boundary of the Persian Empire under Ahasuerus (c. fifth century B.C.) and in 1 Maccabees 6:37 in a reference to the Indian mahouts of Antiochus’s war elephants (second century B.C.). Otherwise there are no explicit references to India in the Old Testament.

Where was Jesus buried in India?

Jesus Christ did not die on the cross, nor did he ascend to Heaven. Instead he went over to Kashmir, lived there for some time, died a natural death and is buried in Rauza Bal, Khanyar, a densely populated area in the interior of the city of Srinagar. The gravestones of Yuz Asaf – the Kashmiri Christ?

Why 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. The head of the Drukpa Buddhist sect, Gwalyang Drukpa, who heads the Hemis monastery, also believes in the legend.