Jesus Lived in India and Died in Kashmir at the Age of 120.

Jesus came to India when he was thirteen years old, acquired knowledge of Vedas, Yoga, Buddhism and spiritualism. After a year he went to West. At the age of thirty-three, he was crucified, but he did not succumb, and again he came back to India and died ultimately at the age of 120.


For most people all around the world, it’s a startling story that Jesus Christ lived in India. People can’t believe that he lived for 120 years, and out of this, he lived in India for over 100 years. It may be unbelievable for you, but it is accurate, and there is enough evidence to prove this fact. Even church is not in a position to decline this fact, so they do maintain silence about it.

But for me, this was not a fantastic fact because it is quite apparent that during those “lost years” of Jesus where else he could have been? Where on the earth education and knowledge was available 2000 years back? Wisdom and knowledge in all forms were available in India at that time. Vedic scriptures, 3500 old Harappan civilization, Yoga, Ayurveda etc. are just a few pieces of evidence. Takshshila University in North-Western part (now in Pakistan) existed 2700 years back. Standard of this university was so high that only one out of three aspirants could get admission. Every year 10000 students graduated from here. A faculty of 3000 teachers used to teach subjects like Spiritualism, Vedas, Philosophy, Astronomy, Astrology, Economics, Administration, Yoga and Ayurveda.

For me, it was challenging to figure out as to why they had to hide the fact that Jesus lived in India? At that point of time, no one had any rivalry against India or its original culture, so why there was a need to conceal the fact that Jesus lived in India? It was this quest which set me into an exploration mode twenty-five years back.


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  1. Marjorie

    It is a valuable information about Indian History.

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