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Jesus in India

June 9, 2013
Jesus in India Jesus in India

Being an account of Jesus’ escape from death on the cross and of his journey to India

by Hadhrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, The Promised Messiah and Mahdi
Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam

Read the book online in HTML format or PDF format . Read it in Urdu (Ruhani Khazain Volume 15) |Arabic
Table of Contents
Preface | Introduction
Chapter One
Chapter Two
Chapter Three
Chapter Four

This is an English version of an Urdu treatise written by the Holy Founder of the Ahmadiyya Movement in Islam, Hadrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908). The theme is the escape of Jesus from death on the cross, and his journey to India in search of the lost tribes of Israel. Christian as well as Muslim scriptures, and old medical and historical books including ancient Buddhist records, provide evidence about this journey. Jesus is shown to have reached Afghanistan, and to have met the Jews who had settled there after deliverance from the bondage of Nebuchadnezzar. From Afghanistan Jesus went on to Kashmir, where other Israelite tribes had settled. There he made his home, and there in time he died; his tomb has been found in Srinagar.

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Events of Kashmir establish without a trace of doubt that the origins of the Kashmiri people are to be found in the people of Israel- Jesus had to go to them to spread his Message

May 26, 2009

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The Ten Tribes of Israel
Who Came to Kashmir

Who are the lost sheep of Israel?

February 15, 2009


There were 12 tribes of Jews, out of which only two were in Judea in Jesus’ time, the rest 10 were not residing there and were in exile.

Second Coming 1835-1908 says:

The object of his journey was that he should meet the Israelites whom the king, Shalmaneser, had taken captive to Media.


it appears that, by travelling to Nasibain, Jesus intended to come to Afghanistan through Persia, and to invite to the Truth the lost Jews who had come to be known as Afghans. The word ‘Afghan’ appears to be of Hebrew origin; it is a derivative which means ‘brave’. It appears that at the height of their victories they adopted this name for themselves1.

In short, Jesus came to the Punjab after passing through Afghanistan, with the ultimate intention of going to Kashmir after seeing the Punjab and Hindustan. It would be noticed that Chitral and a strip of the Punjab separate Kashmir from Afghanistan. If one travels from Afghanistan to Kashmir, through the Punjab, one has to journey over a distance of 80 miles or about 135 kilometers.

Jesus, however, wisely adopted the route through Afghanistan, so that the lost tribes of Israel, known as Afghans, might profit from him. The eastern frontier of Kashmir touches Tibet. From Kashmir he could easily go to Tibet. Having come to the Punjab, he had no difficulty in wandering through the important places of Hindustan before going to Kashmir or Tibet. It is, therefore, quite possible, as some old historical records of this country show, that Jesus may have seen Nepal, Benares, and other places. He then must have gone to Kashmir through Jammu or Rawalpindi. As he belonged to a cold country, it is certain that he stayed in these territories only through the winter, and, by the end of March or the beginning of April, must have started for Kashmir. As Kashmir resembles Sham [Syria and its surrounding country] he must have taken up permanent residence in this land. It is possible, moreover, that he may have stayed for some time in Afghanistan and it is not impossible that he may have married in that country. One of the tribes of Afghans is known as ‘Isa Khel’ — it would not be surprising if they are descendants of Jesus.

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The Lost Tribes of Israel (Writings of Archeologist E. Raymond Capt)

November 22, 2008
[QUOTE=Thorwald;4442848][The Lost Tribes of Israel /QUOTE]


Excuxe me, presently I would confine myself to the first half of the caption. Lost Tribes of Israel; Jesus knew for sure were mostly settled in Persia, Afghanistan, North of Pakistan, Kashmir, Tibet and India. That is why after surviving as Paul says “a cursed death” on Cross; Jesus went alongwith Mary to a sojourn of the East.

[CENTER][B]New interest in j&k ‘Jesus grave’

– By Yusuf Jameel [/B][/CENTER]

Srinagar, June 11: The hypothesis that Jesus Christ is buried in a central Srinagar locality has aroused a lot of interest among historiographers, researchers, scholars, archaeologists and religious groups both in India and worldwide once again.

A team of German researchers, including two archaeologists, is planning to visit Srinagar later this year to investigate the subject. Within India, the Janata Party has set up a group of experts from among its members whic Kashmir’s summer capital soon to start research work.

The party’s president, Dr Subramanian Swamy, who was in Srinagar last week, said that after reading a booklet by a German he has a “feeling of curiosity” about Jesus Christ and Moses having visited Kashmir and in the belief that both had died and are buried in the Valley.

Muslims in Kashmir and elsewhere revere both Jesus and Moses as “noble prophets” of “Bani Israel” (Children of Israel), as the Quran makes a number of references to them. Dr Swamy also pointed to the belief of many Kashmiris that they were one of the “Lost Tribes” of Israel.

“It is a matter of great interest that Prophet Moses is buried in Kashmir and that Jesus too had visited the Vale, went to Ladakh to visit the Hemis monastery where he took Buddhism as his faith, returned home but left it again for Kashmir to escape persecution, and died here in Srinagar,” he said. The Janata Party leader said that the team he has set up would do methodical research on the subject and come out with its findings “which everybody in the country would be interested in.”

In the past teams of researchers from Israel, Germany and other parts of the world conducted studies on the subject but could not find any scientific verification of the hypothesis. The premise that Jesus is buried at Rozabal in the Khanyar area of Srinagar and that Moses is buried outside Bandipore town in north Kashmir thus requires a proper scientific study to ascertain the truth.

Kashmiri scholar and historian Fida Muhammad Hussein, a former director of the department of archaeology of the state, asserted that in history there is no such thing as the last word on any subject, “because research… and more research” could lead to fresh discoveries.

He believes that the hypothesis that [B]the people of Kashmir are one of the Lost Tribes cannot be baseless as there are many similarities between Israel and Kashmir [/B]in terms of language and traditions, and he would like to see a thorough study initiated into the subject. “I think these similarities only strengthen the belief that we are one of the Lost Tribes. Yet the research into the subject must go on,” he told this newspaper.

The article is lengthy; one may access the above link to know more details.

I love Jesus and Mary as I so love Buddha and Krishna


What is reality? Did Jesus die on cross?

June 4, 2008

What is reality? Did Jesus die on cross? Or he did not die on cross,


In my opinion Jesus  was delivered alive from cross, was treated in the room-like tomb by his close disciples, thus he survived from death, migrated to 10 tribes of the Israel and died later at some point in the history.It is very important for bringing unity in the Abrahamic religions i.e. Jews, Christians and the Muslims or if not possible at least understanding among the three.

Importance for the Jews

It is to be investigated as to why they tried to kill Jesus/Christ or put him on the cross. Were they politically motivated or due to some personal enmity or due to religious injunctions. Since they believed in Torah or the Old Testament as named by the Christians, and the Muslims also believe in Torah to an extant. The motive and the incidence of putting Jesus on cross should therefore be discussed. Anybody could take part in the discussion but references if any should be mainly from Torah the religious book of the Jews, not from the New Testament or Quran as Jews don’t believe in these books and reference to these books will be of no significance for them. The Jews have to state as to why they (or their elders in history) tried to kill an innocent person called Jesus. They should clear off their position in this respect.
Importance for the Christians
The incident of crucifixion and the events related to it should be discussed in the Christian also and the arguments should be primarily based with reference to the testimony of the New Testament and the historic evidences if any.Giving arguments from Quran would be of little significance for Christians unless somebody first convinces Christians of authenticity of Quran.

Importance for the Muslims

This is also very important for the Muslims. All Muslims do not believe that Jesus (or Issa) died on cross or even he was put on cross, there are different interpretations and beliefs among the Muslims based on Quran or tradition. Resolving this issue could unite the Muslims also. This is also one of the the central point concerning the Muslims also and for that the arguments should be primarily from Muslim scriptures Quran and Sunnah.

So to me this should be discussed in between the Jews, Christians and the Muslims for a better understanding.

We unite in truth, by myths and fictions we are off the path.This would be a useful topic of comparative study of the religions, I think.