Have you heard the story of Jesus in Kashmir?
The information makes sense and fills in gaps in Jesus' life.
Find out what millions of people in this part of the world believe,
that Jesus never died on the cross.
After all, they say he was a healer.
Rozabal by Cacahuate - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0
This is a picture of the tomb that Kaiser-Faber speaks about in his book Jesus Died in Kashmir.
Theory, information and documentation connect pieces of the puzzle to this fascinating mystery.
This is Basharat Saleem, the late Kashmiri caretaker of the Martyr's Tomb of Yuz Asaf in Srinagar.
He believes he is a direct descendant of Jesus Christ,
who walked to Kashmir to live, marry
and have children after the Crucifixion.
Study the evidence, you might find it interesting.
Thus begins Holger Kersten's book "Jesus Lived in India".
This German book is a thorough,
methodical and authoritative examination of the evidence of Christ's life
beyond the Middle East
before the Crucifixion and in India and elsewhere after it.
This article is a summary of Kersten's
exhaustive research into Christ's travels after the Crucifixion,
his arrival in India with the Mother Mary
and finally his death and entombment in Kashmir.
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From Phantoms and Monsters Website: "The tomb had previously been maintained by local descendants of the buried sage. It is currently maintained by a Board of Directors consisting of Sunni Muslims. Sahibzada Basharat Saleem, a former caretaker (now deceased), claimed to hold genealogical tables that link him as a direct descendant of the buried sage. In recent times another man was buried there, who is revered by some local Muslims as a Sufi saint, although others point to historical data that he was only the shrine's long-serving caretaker. Efforts are currently underway to obtain DNA from the tomb to help ascertain the identity and/or eras of the men buried within and the claims for their descendants."
************************************************************************************************************************************************************ I love discovering articles with Sahibzada Basharat Saleem information. I knew him when I lived in Kashmir from May through September, 1985. I met him through a British ex pat who was living in Srinagar while painting a mural in town. We met one day after we glided by each other in shikara boats on Dal Lake. We saw each other, smiled and he immediately had his boatman row over to me so we could meet. That started a friendship that I will never forget, even all these years later, if he saw this, we could strike up our friendship once more. I would remind him of the $400 dollars he borrowed on my credit card. I was young and naive, trusting beyond belief. There was no peace from people trying to fool me, get my money in any way possible. They were piranha to my energy. I tried so hard to detect them but they were professionals, I think hereditary!
The weasal who stole money I didn't even have was also telling the truth when he told me he knew Basharat Saleem, caretaker of Rozabal Shrine and he wanted him to meet me. He told me about the lore, that Basharat is descended from Jesus Christ. I never heard this before. I jumped at the opportunity. The first words Basharat said to me upon meeting him at his front door was, "Oh, I see the shine on your forehead, you are indeed someone I would like to converse with, please come inside." He was a lovely person, exceedingly intellectual; genuinely kind and considerate. He knew we were one in spiritual fire and told me many times about the angels sitting on my shoulder. We had long conversations that I treasure. He befriended my two children and came to visit on our houseboat on the Jhelum River. My heart is full of love when I think of him. He taught me about Jesus and Kashmir and all kinds of history that I didn't know before. He let me pick his brain for everything I could think of to learn from his wise soul. Here's to you Basharat, and to you Jesus. Your teaching freed my abilities to soar.
Proof of Jesus Christ (as) in Kashmir The life, death and Tomb of Jesus is proof that Jesus was only a Humble Prophet of God, Not the Son of God, Was Crucified but Survived Crucifixion, Migrated to Asia to teach the Lost Tribes of Israel and died like a normal human being in Kashmir, India. Visit tomb of jesus website to know more about this Truth. Visit www.alislam.org to know more about the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community. Category People & Blogs License Standard YouTube License
http://psychics.co.uk Craig talks about Jesus (Issa) and the evidence that Jesus not only visited India but lived there from the age of 8 till 28. Speculation surrounds the unknown years of Jesus - also called the lost years of Jesus or missing years of Jesus – from the period between his childhood and the beginning of his ministry. This is a time missing from the Bible and is not described in the New Testament. Many believe that at this time he took the Silk Road and visited India, Tibet and Nepal. Jesus learned from the Vedic teachings of Hinduism and Buddhism and from his experiences grew his teachings about love, compassion and forgiveness. It is thought that Jesus survived his crucifixion and continued his life in India taking the name Issa or Isha. In this video Craig talks about his time near Rishikesh in India and his time spent in the Arundhati Guha Caves. These are located near Vashistha Guha and the Holy ashram of Swami Purushottamanad Ji Maharaj. The hidden caves of Arundhati Guha are believed to be the place where Isha meditated and found his enlightenment. It is also the place where other famous saints such as Papa Ramdas and Swami Rama Tirtha and other spiritual people have meditated in these caves for 7,000 years. Starting with the stories about the caves at Arundhati Craig describes the story of Jesus in India and his journey to find enlightenment. He asks the question Did Jesus ever live in India Tibet and Kashmir and examines some of the evidence. Some even claim that Jesus was a Buddhist monk and was not crucified. It is claimed that Jesus spent some of the time teaching in many holy Indian cities, including Jagannath, Rajagriha and Benares – today’s Varanasi. One story says that his teaching ledto some Brahmins excommunicating him and He had to flee to the Himalayas eventually ending up in Tibet where he studied Buddhism. The German scholar, Holger Kersten, wrote about Jesus early years and said that Jesus had settled in Sindh among the Aryans and he wanted to perfect himself. His body is said to now be buried at Roza Bal in Kashmir.
the Bible leaves17 years of the Life of Jesus unaccounted for, what if during that period of time he studied with holy men in India and Tibet? Ancient scrolls discovered in Tibet seems to reveal just that. Even more controversial is a suspected tomb of Jesus in Kashmir. History is perhaps quite different than we are told.
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My story of unexpectedly coming across the supposed burial site of Jesus Christ in India. Gabriel's adventure travel site: http://gabrieltraveler.com Gabriel Morris was born in Vancouver, Canada, raised in rural northern California and has also lived in Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon and Alberta, Canada. He is an admitted travel junkie, outdoors enthusiast, creative writer and spiritual seeker, with a B.A. in World Religions. He is author of 'Kundalini and the Art of Being', 'Kundalini and the Power of Awakening', 'The Mystery of Woman', 'Following My Thumb', 'Gabe's Guide to Budget Travel' and other books. The Day I Visited the Tomb of Jesus in India. Category Education License Standard YouTube License