The Tomb of Jesus

Tomb of Jesus in Kashmir

This website presents evidence that Jesus Christ survived his crucifixion and travelled to Kashmir, India. It presents evidence that he lived the rest of his life in Kashmir, and his tomb is located in the Kan Yar section of Srinagar, the capital of Kashmir, India.

It is important to realize, at the outset, that this subject is not the invention of the “New Age” movement. This site is devoted to presenting the hypothesis that Jesus Christ physically survived the crucifixion as an “ordinary” human being, then travelled eastwards to join Jewish tribes that had been scattered to the northern tier of Afghanistan and also Kashmir, Northern India. Read More

Tomb of the Jesus Description

Tomb of Jesus In Kashmir

A Description of the Tomb of Yuz Asaf, believed to be the name Jesus took in Kashmir, by Dr Fida Hassnain The present building built from bricks and mortar is raised on the ancient stone sepulchre. the building is rectangular, with an attached entrance chamber. Towards the East of the structure lies the common grave-yard. “The plinth of the present building is in reality a rectangular structure enclosed by walls made of chiselled stone blocks of big size.

Very recently, the ancient stone wallings have been plastered with cement, but the upper portion of the original door, for access to the crypt, is still visible. Its decorated stones have been plastered with cement. The cella is an ancient structure decorated internally but access to is blocked now by the road towards its West, which have arisen [sic] in the past. There is also a small niche towards the North of this access door. This cella is the original sepulchre containing the remains of Yuz Asaf. Read More

Tomb of Jesus Sign Post

“Nearby is situated the stone of the grave which, according to the people, is the prophet’s who arrived from a far off place during ancient times. Anointed for Kashmir: This spot is famous as the resting place of a messenger: I have read in an ancient book that a prince from a foreign land arrived here and engaged himself in piety and prayers [and] became a messenger of God for the Kashmiri people. In that ancient book his name is mentioned as Yuz Asaf.” Read More

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