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by Fida M. Hassnain,Suzanne Olsson


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Roza Bal The Tomb of Jesus. The Fifth Gospel: New Evidence from the Tibetan, Sanskrit, Arabic, Persian, and Urdu Sources About the Historical Life of Jesus Christ After the Crucifixion. This is a brave man, and a brilliant scholar. Now in his eighties, with white hair and a sparkle in his eye that never diminishes,he is a national treasure of Kashmir.

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In his book Jesus in India he elaborately claimed that Roza Bal was the tomb of Jesus (Urdu 1899, English 1944 .

In his book Jesus in India he elaborately claimed that Roza Bal was the tomb of Jesus (Urdu 1899, English 1944 مسیح ہندوستان میں Masih Hindustan-mein). The book was fully published in 1908, and the first complete English translation in 1944. Fida Hassnain, The Fifth Gospel, Dastgir Publications Srinagar, Kashmir, Printed by Leo Printers of Delhi, 1988 Pp. 222–223; confirmed by citation in Mark Bothe Die ende" – Eine alternative Jesus-Erzählung? 2011 – Page 53. ^ Per Beskow in The Blackwell Companion to Jesus Delbert Burkett 2011.

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Internet home of Suzanne Olsson who asks is Roza Bal the real tomb of Jesus? If there is one chance in a million, or one in a bill.

The tomb of Yuz Asaf in Roza Bal is also situated here. In 1899 Mirza Ghulam Ahmad claimed that it was the tomb of Jesus Christ. Over the years other people such as Fida Hassnain and historian Suzanne Olsson have claimed the same. Over the years other people such as Fida Hassnain and historian Suzanne Olsson have claimed the same Khanyar is surrounded on one side by once a freshwater lake known as Brari Nambal which at present day is in highly deteriorated condition due to official negligence and choking of it drainage canals.

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Jesus in Kashmir, The Lost Tomb by Suzanne Olsson, Booksurge USA, (2005) Gulshan Publishing, India. Gill & Macmillian, Ireland.

Jesus was the son of God, but under Jewish law Joseph became his father when he acknowledged paternity by.Holy Grail Books, Michael Baigent. Roza Bal The Tomb of Jesus in Kashmir Valley by Fida M. Hassnain, and Suzanne Olsson

Jesus was the son of God, but under Jewish law Joseph became his father when he acknowledged paternity by marrying Mary. The orthodox Muslim view is that Jesus was created in Mary's womb. Therefore, he was like Adam, without human parents. However, Mary was his mother in the sense she gave birth to him and Joseph was his father in the sense that he was Mary's legal husband. Hassnain, and Suzanne Olsson. Jesus in Kashmir: The Lost Tomb by Suzanne Olsson.

Suzanne Marie Olsson a graduate of New York University, is a self-published American historical . Together Olsson and Hassnain co-authored and self-published additional books, including 'Roza Bal, The Tomb of Jesus

Suzanne Marie Olsson a graduate of New York University, is a self-published American historical biographical author. She wrote "Jesus in Kashmir, The Lost Tomb" (ISBN 978-1419611759) about the little-known Roza Bal tomb of Jesus, who is known as Yuz Asaf or Issa in Kashmir. Together Olsson and Hassnain co-authored and self-published additional books, including 'Roza Bal, The Tomb of Jesus.

Could this be the tomb of Jesus Christ(as), or is Yuz Asaf as the current caretakers of the tomb have begun .

Could this be the tomb of Jesus Christ(as), or is Yuz Asaf as the current caretakers of the tomb have begun to insist, a Muslim saint with no connection to Jesus(as)? Easter News Coverage. In Easter 2010, several international news organisations and mainstream newspapers around the world ran stories on the Rozabal Tomb in Srinagar, Kashmir. Yet the ‘crazy’ professor referred to here is Dr Fida Hassnain, a well-qualified archaeologist and scholar of religion who held the position of Director of State Archives for Jammu and Kashmir, from 1954 until his retirement in 1983. Dr Hassnain’s degrees include a Master of Divinity, Doctorate of Indology and Doctorate of Sufism.

An amazing first-hand journey to Kashmir-a look into the evidence that Jesus survived crucifixion-proof that he lived and died in Kashmir and is buried in the famous tomb known as Roza Bal. Meet the family who claim that Yuzu Asaph, Jesus, is their ancestral grandfather. Learn about the efforts to create a DNA profile of Jesus' family. From John the Apostle to Saint Thomas, many were with Jesus years after the crucifixion who have historically verified his journey. Records in Kashmir mention his wife named Marjan and their son, Ely-Kim-the same son that Saul met on the road to Damascus known as Ely-mar, 'a man with a great mind'. The most startling revelation of all? Jesus lived to fullfill the last words on the titulus, he lived to become 'King of the Jews' in India. This is a troubling and factual investigation,but necessary for a complete study of the life of Jesus after crucifixion, a life that leads us directly to his tomb and his Grail children hidden away in Paradise on Earth, Kashmir. Behind this book have gone years of danger, personal hardships,and threats from fundamentalists to bring you the research of two world experts, best known for their intimate knowledge of the tomb of Jesus. Share their journey of discovery into his tomb. Enter the world of Roza Bal.

Comments: (6)

Raniconne
Once again Professor/Dr. Fida Hassnain has captured the essence of the life and times of Jesus, in his profound and thorough research, revealing long-kept secrets of Jesus life, death and time spent in between, that has been hidden from history by the powers-that-be, at least to the Western world. Prof. Hassnain has done the background work so that authors like Dan Brown have an opportunity to take this information a step further and reveal these long-kept and overdue revelations to the world via movies and novels. Unlike Dan Brown, Prof. Hassnain does not hide behind a novel, but instead reports his findings straight forwardly, reading from the original ancient texts as he does so expertly. His background as curator of antiquities of the museums of the Middle East, has served him well, and has provided the world with information that is crucial to open our minds to possibilities that could change the world's views and modern religious belief.

If you think Dan Browns books are great ~ then you haven't seen more than the "tip of the iceberg" until you've read Prof. Fida Hassnain's books, including "Roza Bal The Tomb of Jesus" ~ It is a true eye opener ~ A classic!
Gavinranadar
I am a missionary of the Ahmadiyya muslim community. Its a great peace of reference book. Very Interesting! its a must read!
Daron
Poorly edited, many typographical errors.

Reliance on sources long proven to be hoaxes (H) and/or of questionable reliability (QR). Sources of the latter type may have been produced with honest intentions, but are marred by sloppy reasoning, arbitrary assumptions, unsound scholarship, and occasional reference to known hoaxes to support their arguments.

Scattered throughout are references to the authors' previous work, including:

Jesus in Kashmir: The Lost Tomb (Olsson)
Historic Kashmir (Hassnain)
Hindu Kashmnir (Hassnain)
The Fifth Gospel: (Hassnain and Levi)
A Search for the Historical Jesus: (Hassnain)

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The book extensively quotes the Bible, which as a religious text, cannot be regarded as reliable, particularly with respect to matters such as the crucifixion of Jesus and its aftermath where it presents several conflicting accounts.

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Summary of hoax or questionable reliability source material used in each chapter:

Chapter 1: Crucifixion

The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus Christ: 6 citations (H)

The Crucifixion by an Eye-Witness: 5 citations. (H)

Section 60 The Crucifixion states:

"After this they drove through his [Jesus] hands thick iron nails, but none through his feet, for this was not customary. I note this particularly, my dear Brethren, inasmuch as it has been rumored that he was nailed through both his hands and his feet."

However, the authors make much of a carving at Roza Bal that purports to show injuries to the feet of Jesus caused by their being nailed one over the other to the cross.

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Chapter 2: Dispora

The Aquarian Gospel of Jesus Christ: 4 citations (H)

The Crucifixion by an Eye-Witness: 1 citation (H)

Bloodline of the Holy Grail: The Hidden Lineage of Jesus Revealed (H)

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Chapter 3: Thomas

Acts of Thomas: 5 citations (QR)

Jesus in Heaven on Earth: 3 citations (QR)

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The Second Life of Jesus Christ: 1 citation (QR)

Jesus Died in Kashmir: 3 citations (QR)

Christ in Kashmir: 1 citation (QR)

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Chapter 5: Ministry in Kashmir

Jesus in Heaven on Earth: 1 citation (QR)

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Chapter 6: Roza Bal

Jesus in Heaven on Earth: 1 citation (QR)

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Chapter 7: Bloodline

Jesus in Heaven on Earth: 1 citation (QR)

Jesus Died in Kashmir: 3 citations (QR)

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A list of questions I came up with to evaluate source material:

1. What is the source material?

2. Is the source material, or verifiable copies thereof, available for independent study?

3. From where does the source material originate and what are the circumstances of its discovery?

4. Is the source material supported by at least one other reliable external reference?

5. Is the source material internally consistent with its purported time and place?

6. How reliable are the sources, i.e. do they stand up to dispassionate scrutiny?

7. Do the source materials authors have an agenda?

8. Does the source material pass the smell test?

Lastly, apply Occam's razor.

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To give Olsson and Hassnain the benefit of the doubt, they appear to honestly attempt to research and present their conclusions on the veracity of myth of Jesus in Kashmir. However, the book clearly does not reflect the dispassionate scholarship necessary to support their arguments as evinced by their extensive reliance on worthless or otherwise unreliable source material. Arguments using known hoax material in support therefor are themselves hoaxes; arguments using otherwise unreliable material are little more a than expressions of faith which by definition requires suspension of critical thinking.

In summary, it is entirely possible that Jesus survived the crucifixion and spent parts of his life in Kashmir. However, the authors of Roza Bal are a long way from proving their hypothesis and their reliance on known suspect sources does little to burnish their credibility.

Decide for yourself.
PC-rider
This book is similar to the other "Jesus in India" populist books of the '80s and '90s, with the difference that the writer is actually associated with the muslim sect advancing this teaching rather than a western traveler.

The author Fida Hassnain (1924–2016) was an apologist for the views of Mirza Ghulam Ahmad (1835-1908), founder of the Ahmaddiya sect of Islam, considered heretical by most muslims. This book is a defence of Ahmad's reading of various islamic texts drawn from the Barlaam and Josaphat tradition - originally Christian recasting of the life of Gautama Buddha as a Christian saint, then recast in muslim literature as Yusafat, a muslim saint, and then finally recast a third time by Ahmad as relating to the burial of Christ in India.

Ahmad, as a Kashmiri, identified the tomb of an unknown muslim saint in Kashmir, as the tomb of Yusafat, though no local islamic burial records support this and the local muslim grave keepers reject Ahmaddiya claims. The conventional historical burial place of Yusafat (i.e. Gautama Buddha, before remaking as a Christian saint) is Kushinagar in Uttar Pradesh, not in Kashmir.

Hassnain accepts uncritically Ahmad's misreadings of the Barlaam and Josaphat traditions in muslim sources, not having access to the original Christian or Buddhist sources beneath the islamic texts, however Ahmad's readings of his source texts have been repeatedly rejected by scholars of Christian apocrypha and muslim literature including academics Günter Grönbold, Wilhelm Schneemelcher, Norbert Klatt, Per Beskow, and Gerald O'Collins.

So really unless someone is a member of the Ahmaddiya group or looking to convert someone to it this book is completely irrelevant. A reader wanting to understand more about the Barlaam and Josaphat legend and how Gautama Buddha was adopted as a Christian saint would be better off with 'Barlaam and Josaphat - A Christian Tale of the Buddha' by the medieval writer Gui de Cambrai in the Penguin Classics series. It's a much better story than Ahmaddiya attempts to preach a random muslim grave in Srinagar Kashmir belongs to either Buddha or Jesus.
Roza Bal The Tomb of Jesus download epub
Author: Fida M. Hassnain,Suzanne Olsson
ISBN: 1419697587
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Language: English
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (October 4, 2008)
Pages: 250 pages