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Jesus Christ - Grooming to Grave in India

It may be one of the most shocking and ironic historical fact of the Christianity that Jesus Christ who founded Christian faith and religion and have highest number of followers, presently more that 2.1 Billions concluding 33% of the world population, in fact was groomed in many religious and learning centers in India. The lessons of love, peace, compassion, forgiveness, and care which he preached to the World he learned through Vedic literatures through many priests and scholars in several temples and learning centers in India. His teachings about Karma and reincarnation are eastern philosophies coming from India. Unfortunately bible does not mentions many missing years of Christ, as he suddenly appeared at the age of 30 and disappeared after 12 appearances, last in Damascus, after being crucified. Another astonishing fact which may be very difficult for the followers of Jujus Christ to accept is that in the light of emerging some historic factual evidences Christ spent last about 26 years of his life in India especially in Kashmir valley and died there at the age of 80 years, some say that he lived 120 years. His grave tomb, which is still a matter of great controversy, can be seen in Rauza Bol Shrine in Kashmir.

Jesus Christ Hebru name was YUZA or YUZ. He has been known with different names in different countries and different times. In India and Sanskrit scriptures he is known as Isha Maseeh, In Tibet also he is known as Isa or Issa. In Arabic and in Koran he is called Hazrat Isa. When he healed many lepers he was known as Yuz Asaph or Yuza Asaf meaning the leader of healed. Some say it means son of Joseph. His activities in Persia (Iran) has been mentioned in Agha Mustafai’s Ahivali Ahaliau-I-Paras narrates that Jesus and Yus Asaph are the same person names. Even in Emperor Akbar court poet has mentioned jesus as Ai Ki Nam – I to Yuz o Kristo, meaning “thou whose name is Yuz or Christ. Even in Fatehpur Sirki main gate towards mosque “Jesus has said: “World is a bridge, pass over it, but don’t settle down” is written. Jesus came to Kashmir after 16 years of crucifixion, and lived 80 years of his age and got buried in Kashmir.

Swami Vivekananda was not the first spiritual leader who went outside India to promote spirituality and the Hindu way of life, but, in fact, since time immemorial many spiritual leaders and Yogis visiting all over world to spread the message of healthy and positive lifestyle, as per the old Hindu literature and Shastras. Hinduism, or to be more precise, Sanatan Dharma and its way of life have been preached all over the world in pre-historic times when many country’s boundaries were not in existence. Even artificial insemination was in practice during those times for childless couples, and it used to be done under a Yagyana, a religious ceremony where a Yogi used to perform this sacred act with a pious feeling without any passion and attachment. The birth of the character Karana of Mahabharata is an example of such a religious ceremony. Since the Yogis followed a very different code of conduct living a detached lifestyle earning their livelihood out of offering whatever was available or living on natural wild cultivation of fruits, honey, and other eatables, so there was no fear of any claim or attachment with the biological father.

During such a journey of a Yogic spiritual leader delivering his discourses, one lady named Mary fell in love with one of the great Yogis and during the service at the heat of the moment they made love in a trance. Well, it has still to be established whether it was the request of Mary to have a child from this great Yogi whose name and place is still not clearly known, or if it was a sudden spark which developed between both of them. Since she was an unwed mother, so to save her dignity she was named the Virgin Mary. After this incident the Yogi traveled back to India and when the next time he arrived at the same place it was told to him that a child was born and Mary asked him to marry her, but bounded by the strict code of conduct, however the spiritual leader turned down request to marry her, but promised that he would take the child during his adolescence age and give him all the wealth of knowledge, including the finer nuances of Yoga which he had gathered in all his lifetime. As promised to Mary he came back and took away the child named Christ with him at the age of thirteen and took him to Varanasi, a centre of higher learning of spiritualism and Yoga.

Jesus Christ learned deeply the principles of Sanatan Dharma, spiritualism, and advanced Yogic techniques from the priests and scholars in Varanasi, and later he started delivering discourses to the poor and underprivileged class of society, which was not liked by the priests who were delivering this highly reserved wisdom to the royal and upper class members of society. In spite of many warnings to Christ not to share the reserved knowledge and wisdom to the underprivileged class, he kept on delivering the discourses and practices of high level advance knowledge to common people and later due to threat of his life he had to leave Varanasi and went to Nalanda, and later to Tibet where he was accepted by Buddhist Monks. He lived in India and Tibet for many years, and later after gaining a wealth of knowledge he left for Jerusalem where later he was crucified, but due to his deep knowledge of spiritualism and Yoga and being a perfect Yogi he not only survived crucifixion but also could escape all the barriers and obstacle and came back to India and later died there.

Bible does not mention anything about eighteen missing years of Christ. After 13 years he suddenly appeared in the age of 30 and start preaching the lessons of love, compassion, forgiveness, care and shearing which he learned from Indian Gurus, priests and Vedic literature. He also leaned the Vedic code of conduct to be merciful, forgiveness, compassion and to heal lepers and deeper spiritual knowledge in Jaggannath Puri temple, Orissa for four years. It is confirmed by the 145 Shakaracharya. Nothing is also known about his death as he did not die on the cross as his all the vital organs were intact and not damaged. Usually people die on the cross due to starvation after long hours or if the ribs are broken and death can be due to suffocation. But he was taken down just after about four hours at the time of dusk, and nobody dies on the cross in four or five hours unless his vital organs are also pierced.. After leaving Israel he reached Kashmir, India via Yus Marg from Afghanistan at the time of King Gopa Nanda (49-109 CE), who ruled for sixty years and two months before he died. After staying few years there he went to Jaggannath Puri and stayed in the temple with the permission of the head priest and studied Vedic literature and also leaned to heal lepers. But due to his opposition and criticism to many local practices of cast system he was forced to leave. After leaving Puri he traveled to Kapilavastu (Limbini) the birth place of Buddha now in Southern Nepal, and studied with Buddhist monks.

After gaining lot of knowledge and wisdom in India he traveled to Lhasa in Tibet and stayed there for five years. Later he departed to Greece for some time before leaving to Egypt. At the age of 25 he went to Heliopolis and studied for another five years before returning to his homeland at the age of about 30 years. The book “Life of Saint Issa” from the Hemis Monastery in Ladakh, near Leh, explains all these details. There are thousands of original manuscripts are preserved under the strict guard of Buddhist monks. At the time of Mogul when many temples and sacred Vedic original manuscripts were in danger of destruction many priest and Buddhist monks ran with these valuable heritage and literatures to remote hilly Ares in India and Tibet, difficult to be reached, and hide there.

Nicolas Notovitch describes all the important life history of Jesus in India in his book “The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ” in 1886. His text was translated in Russian and then later published in France in 1894. Even Vatican library has 63 documents of various oriental languages that mentions the Jesus years in India. These important documents were brought to Vatican by missionaries from India, China and Saudi-Arabia. Scrolls of Hemis “The Life of Saint Issa” also mentions the “life of Christ in India” that how he gained knowledge with Buddhist and Hindus priests which he later preached in his own country.

Swami Abhedananda also read and translated the scrolls of Hemis and mentioned in his book “Journey into Kashmir and Tibet” the interesting aspects of Jesus\. This book can be available in Ramakrishna Vedanta Society in Kolkata. Nicolas Roerich, a Russian born Jew who later became Christian also mentions reading the Hemis scrolls in 1926.

After crucifixion he was put down and resuscitated which brought him back to life and became alright after three days. After his presumed death is said that he ascended to heaven and that is Kashmir which is known as heaven on the earth. After coming to life he tried to convince his followers that he is still alive and not a ghost. He asked his followers to feel him as a person in bone and flush. After being revived he gave 12 appearances in different places to convince his followers that he is still alive. His last appearance was in Damascus and later he reached to Kashmir probably at the age of 54 with his mother Marry who was at the age of 70, and some of his followers. He reached Kashmir through Yuz Marg after 16 years of crucifixion at the time when King Gopadutta was in power. On the way to Kashmir his mother Mary died in Mari or Murrree now in Pakistan. Her grave is still there in remnants. Muri is 70 kilometers east of Taxila and 170 kilometers west of Sri-Nagar on the border of Kashmir. The grave and its Tomb which is in Jewish pattern near Rawalpindi, is called Mai Mari da Asthan, meaning the final resting place of Mother Marry. This grave is facing East and West direction as per Jewish believe and tradition while Muslim graves are faced North and South. Unfortunately British ruined the grave and knocked down the Tomb to build a fort at that place due to the scenic view of that spot. They didn’t believe that it was the grave of Mother Marry.\But later local people rebuilt the grave although it is not at the same place any more.

After burring Mother Marry, Christ reached Kashmir through Yuz Marg, it is still located near village Naugam and Nilmag, 40 kilometetrs south to Srinagar. Later he rested at Aish Mukam about 50 kilometers southern part of Sri-Nagar. It is a cave in Pahalgoan and his stick is kept there. The stick which was used by Christ is from the horns of God erected there. Many Jews from Israel settled in Kashmir 722 BCE and their decedents are still living whose traditions and life styles are very different from the Muslims in that area. It is believed as per the documentation that when the Israelis were driven out from the Israel and neighboring areas by Assyrians moved to North India and later settled down in Kashmir Valley. Ten lost tribes of Israelis wondered in North India and later settled down in Kashmir. It is also believed that Great Philosopher Shankaracharya also visited Kashmir and meditated there on the hilltop many centuries ago. Shakaracharya Hill which is about 1100 feet above the city is at the top of Takh-I-Suleiman. The great Emperor son also built a temple 200 BCE there. All this close by area is suppose to be 2500 BCE where an original sandstone structure was built by the King Sandiman. A Chinese book “Glass Mirror” mentions about Christ and his teachings similar to Buddha. A Mahapurana written 2nd century AD clearly mentions the name of Isha Maseeh, Son of God, born to a virgin and wore only white cloths.

Christ married Murjan from a family of shepherd in Pahalgoan and a pillar in Shiva temple at Gopadari hill has been named Eli-Kim the son of Marjan. Jujus lived in Kashmir and neighboring areas for about 26 years after crucifixion and later died in Kashmir at the age of 80 years An old grave tomb is still there facing East and West as per Jews tradition and cultural believe system. It is located in old town of Srinagar in Anzimar close to a small Muslim cemetery in Khanjar. The place is called Roza Bol or Rauza Bol meaning the tomb of the prophet, this is the burial place of Yuz Asaph. There is a sign which mentions that this is the tomb of Ziarati Hazarati Youza and Nasir-U-din. The later one was buried in 1451, a descended of Imam Moosa Ali Raza, a great follower of Christ. It means there are two graves at the same place one of Christ and other a Muslim saint. A signed document of five Muslim judges also confirms that the tomb is of Prophet Yuz Asaph. There on a board an inscription suggests that Yuz Asaph arrived in Kashmir many centuries ago and devoted himself in the search of truth. Interesting evidence is the stone imprint of two feet with the healed wound seems to be due to the big nail. A round healed wound gap is imprinted on the left foot and a half moon arc-shaped healed wound gap in on the right foot sole imprint. These imprints show the healed wound scars which Jujus suffered during the crucifixion. Prof Fida Hussein, MA, L.L.B, PhD, D.Litt, former director of Archives and Archeological survey, Sri-Nagar, Kashmir also found a cross near the grave which is aligned East and West as Jewish tradition.

Suzanne Olson author of “Roza Bal: the Tomb of Jujus”, claimed to be the 59th descended of Christ says that the real grave does not contains any body but behind the wall in a ledge the real body of Yuz Asaph was kept and then it was sealed. She is in the process of getting permission from the concerned authorities to get a DNA test by getting a DNA sample of the body through a small hole in the wall. But unfortunately the Islamic militancy is strongly opposing this idea and so it is wondered if any time in future this DNA test could be possible. The reason is that the local Muslims believe that it is the grave of Muslim prophet Yousa so it has become a very sensitive issue. But this tomb is not as per Muslim tradition as their tombs face towards Mecca. One very important point which one should keep in mind that this tomb is very ancient and the person buried there arrived in Kashmir hundreds of years before Islam was established as a religion, as Islam was founded 1400 ago 622 AD by Prophet Mohammad in Saudi Arabia with one million followers at that time, while Christianity is 2000 years and Buddhism is about 2600 years old (563 BC), and Hinduism is more than 7000 years old. Zoroastrian religion was founded by Prophet Zoroaster who lived more than 600 BC, some believe that he lived about 3000 BC in Eastern Iran, and was suppose to be biggest religion one time with maximum number of followers. Judaism is about 3500 years old. Jainism religion was founded 550 BC by Mahavira and Sikhism was founded in 15th century by Guru Nanak. Today in the world 33% (2.1 Billion) are Christians, 22% (1.5 Billion) Muslims, 16% (1.1 Billion) Atheist and 14% (900 Millions) Hinduism believers. Rest are followers of other religion groups.