The prince of darkness is here . But its for fun only and no blood please.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Jesus Buried in Kashmir ? Could it be True ?
Many scientists believe that Jesus survived the cross and lived to a ripe old age in Kashmir
On this topic Catholic and Christian thought have the belief that Jesus died on the cross and then after 2 days there was the resurrection. This is the bed rock of Christian belief and it is not something that can be easily contested.
But the human mind is inquisitive and searches for new avenues to exercise logic. One of these is research in history. Many historians have concluded after examining the available evidence that Jesus survived the crucifixion and lived to a ripe old age. They also claim to have gathered evidence that Jesus entered Kashmir in 30 AD and adopted the name Yusuf Raza. There is a shrine in Srinagar in the old city that has a tomb which Dr. Fida Hussain claims is the tomb of Jesus. Frankly this is all conjecture till the tomb is subjected to a DNA test, but the very fact that it goes against the grainof Christian thought is no reason to discard it all together.
The tomb is situated in down town Srinagar and as per locals has the remains of two Muslim saints. One of them is Yusuf Raza, who researchers claim is in reality Jesus Christ. Researcher’s point out that Jesus survived the crucifixion and travelled across Persia to Kashmir. Here he settled down and is also reported to have attended the Buddhist conference at Haran. The proof of Jesus in Kashmir hinges on some old manuscripts available in the monasteries at Leh and Ladakh. He is also supposed to have attended the world Buddhist conference at Haran in 80AD.
Coming to the tomb it is unlike a Muslim tomb and has distinct Jewish features. This is itself a sign that the person who is entombed there is a man with Jewish connections. But obviously the entire Christian faith is based on the resurrection after Christ died on the cross, which is the catch 22 situation and any research in this field will never be accepted. It is also possible that the tomb at Rozabal is not of Jesus but some other saint, but the veracity can only be established by a thorough research and DNA testing.