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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureReligion & Spirituality · 1 decade ago

Was Jesus a student of Buddhism and Hindu.?

There is an excellent video available in the market named UNKNOWN YEARS OF JESUS CHRIST. You should get that and watch it and make your own conclusion.

According to that Video, Jesus was in Tibet learing Buddhism along with Tibetian monks and they called SAINT ISSA. Every one were taken by the greatness of SAINT ISSA . Jesus later left Tibet and went to Benaras and learned all Hindu scriptures under Hindu saints. Jesus was sick of the caste system existed among Hindus.

Jesus wanted to fight what he saw in India, but he was told his mission is back home to take care of his own people. So he returned back to Judea along with an Arab carvan.

It is said that thereis historical evidence of Jesus Visit to Ladak, Tibet, India. That fact is documented in a Russian Nicolas Notovitch' works. His book "The Unknown Life of Jesus Christ" was written after he made a trip to ladak in 1890's. According that book he saw a manuscript in a Tibetian lamasery dealing with Jesus's visit. He published his book in 1894. There are two more books dealing with Jesus visit to India. One is "A Search for the Historical Jesus. From Apocryphal, Buddhist, Islamic & Sanskrit Sources" written by Fida M. Hassnain (first published 1994 by Gateway Books, U.K.), the second one is "Jesus lived in India" by Holger Kersten.

Update:

Since there is no proof that Jesus did not go there, why are the Christians going to freak out and claim there is no way?

Update 2:

One more example of Jesus true message was enlightenment.

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  • Peace
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
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    i have read and seen some documentaries on this subject and it does make sense for me

    there is even a shrine where Jesus supposedly lies

    we may never know , and no one can say for sure one way or the other

    but i would imagine that a great teacher like Jesus would be interested in other great teachers of that time and seek them out

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  • 1 decade ago

    No, I've not seen, or heard of, the video. But I've heard of this idea before. It's based on two premises: that Jesus was just a good man--not sent from heaven, and therefore, what he taught must come from somewhere else. Also, it assumes that "the Far East" holds wisdom far superior to that found elsewhere.

    As to the "unknown years of Jesus," there are only 18 of them, from the time he was 12 until he began his ministry at 30. Yes, that's enough time for him to travel to the Orient and back. But, Luke 2: 51, 52 says, concerning the time after the incident at the temple when he was twelve that he "continued subject to" his parents. That could NOT have happened if he was away from them!

    And another thing: At Mark 6: 3, at the beginning of his ministry the Jews called Jesus "the carpenter, the son of Mary." Which means that up till then he was known as a carpenter. It was the custom back then for fathers to train their sons in the occupation they held; Joseph was a carpenter, so he trained Jesus to be such. How could that be so if Jesus was off galivantin' all over the place?

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  • 3 years ago

    The question isn't no remember if Jesus is God or no remember if he had to benefit. The question makes no assumption approximately Jesus being (or not being) god. The question assumes that a guy or woman talked approximately as Jesus actual existed and that this guy or woman's area and works have been unknown for some years. consistent with those unproven assumptions, we are being asked to guess the place he exchange into and what he did for the time of those years. moreover, we are being asked no remember if something that Jesus did in his existence could have made him a various guy or woman. If Jesus (or every physique, rather) studied Hindusim and Buddhism, his learn could have had some non secular result on him -- until, of direction, he exchange into completely insensitive and lacking in intelligence, wherein case he could have never finished the acceptance he now has. So, assuming that Jesus existed and that he exchange into sensible, gentle, and curious, the possibility is high that his learn of quite a few religions could have made him an rather tolerant and spiritually enlightened man or woman -- as he's, in certainty, stated to be. and probably he did would desire to learn -- at no element does Jesus declare to be god. Jesus is even baptised -- god, possibly, does not would desire to be baptised, as between the justifications for baptism is to introduce the baby to god and yet another is to bathe away sin. even although, maximum great non secular leaders studied the religions that already existed of their time. Judaism, Buddhism, and Hinduism, all pre-dated Jesus, so ti is rather possibly that, no remember if or not he went to India or Israel or everywhere else, he in all danger did learn quite a few religions. and that's in all danger between the justifications that human beings of varioss religions have been interested in Jesus if, certainly, this variety of guy or woman existed.

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  • Beng T
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    The main sources we have about Jesus are the New Testament gospels. They have him going to Egypt and then living in Nazareth, there is no mention of him making any trips to Tibet ot India. If the Tibetans have such legends then they must concern somebody else, perhaps a Chrstian missionary? The apostle Thomas is said to have gone to India according to tradition. Perhaps he told them about Jesus.

    Perhaps stories about Jesus reached India or tibet and became incorporated into local folklore. Similar things have happened for example wth the story of Solomon and the wise ruling between the two women disputing over the baby. Versions of it are found in India and Cambodia, with Solomon replaced by local kings. And the birth story of Moses may have been modified by the Assyrians and used as the basis for the birth legend of Sargon of Akkad.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Al things are possible with God. However somethings are not plausible, or probable. The things that Christ did & the places that He did them had a specific purpose in regards to mankind. Jesus Christ was not just a great teacher, or a very learned man. He is God the Son! God knows all of human history & all of our ways of understanding, all of our thoughts & our ways of thinking, as He is the Creator. Therefore there would be no need for Him to "study" with any form of religious methodology.

    Read the Bible for yourself.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    No, Jesus was a Jew, not a Buddhist or a Hindu. Besides, if he had gone to India, there probably would have been some record of it in the Bible.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Jesus was a Jewish scholar, he spent his first thirty years in Jewish schools and at thirty began his ministry, he would not have had time or the money to travel to those countries and study their teachings, not to mention that he would have had no need to learn those teachings because according to him they are false and take away from the teachings of the father.

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  • 1 decade ago

    ...and then He went to memphis and helped elvis invent rock n' roll...or was that forrest gump? or so 'it is said'...let me get this straight... a 'documentary' based on books written in 1894, 1994, and later "prove" that Christ lived in tibet and india????? that's thinner than kate moss's shadow

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  • 1 decade ago

    Jesus Christ is the pre-existing God, Creator of the World. Try not to obscure your mind with useless fantasies.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Jesus was God ...he didn't need Hinduism or any religion that doesn't possess the Word of God, That is , the Old Testament Scripture.

    He knew who he was ...and that he was the prophecied Messiah in The O T Scripture.

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