Most of us know that India is the place of origin for religions like Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism. Very few know that Christianity too has originated from India. Christianity is the most prominent religion, established by Jesus Christ about nineteen centuries back. To-day it is followed by the highest number of people in the world. For nearly 17 centuries it has been practised by millions, and for so many generations. Just imagine what a big cover-up, for centuries fact has remained concealed. Name of Christianity has come from Krishna Neeti!
Jesus Christ, who is the founder of Christianity, lived a major portion of his life in India. He is born in Jerusalem. Very little is known about his childhood; there is a couple of mention about him at the age of thirteen. From the age of thirteen to thirty, his life is unknown to the world! Bible is also silent about these lost years of Jesus. He was in the west for three years and conducted his ministry. After that, he was crucified and is said to have been rising on the third day.
The untold story is that he came to India at the age of thirteen. He travelled through the Silk Route, via Babylon, Persia, Kabul, Sindh, Punjab, Ujjain, Jagannath Puri, Kanyakumari, Sri Lanka, Kerala, Magadh, Benaras, Rajagrih, Nalanda, Kapilavastu, Tibet, and Laddakh. He learnt about Vedas, Yoga, Meditation, Spiritual Healing, Buddhism and Jainism through sages and experts in ashrams and monasteries.
After completion of his education, he went back to Jerusalem and conducted ministry for three years. Jesus was known as Isa, Yuj Asaf, Musa and many other names. Christ has come from Vedic deity Krishna. At the age of thirty-three, after that, he is crucified by authorities, believed dead, his body is handed over to his well-wishers. But he survived on the third day he came back to India with his mother Mari and concert Magdalene. He lived in Kashmir till old age and died in Sri Nagar. His tomb is there in Khanyar area of Sri Nagar.Its time that the world should know the value of Vedic culture, which is full of knowledge and wisdom. It’s a matter of pride for Indian to be a part of such a great legacy.