Selasa, 02 September 2008

Evidences of Jesus of the Christians or Yuzu Asaph of the Muslims in Kashmir (India)

Yes, Our Hero, Yeshu, Yeshu, Yeshua, Jesus of Christians is the Nabi or Prophet Isa of the Muslims. He is revered as Saint Issa by the monk of Tibet. He is Isha Putra or Child of God to the Kashmiri Worshippers of Shiva, the All Auspicious One, and Yuzu Asaph to Kashmiri Muslims of Jewish descent.

One such fine quote is from a very old decree/verdict dated 1184 or perhaps 1194 of the Muslim Calendar (Around 1766 A.D.), by the Grand Mufti (The Islamic Religious Judge) of Kashmir :

"It has been established that during the reign of Raja Gopadatta, who had built and repaired many temples, including the Throne of Solomon on the Solomon Hill, Yuzu Asaph came to the valley of Kasmir. Prince by descent, he was pious and saintly and had given up earthly pursuits. He spent all his time in prayers and meditation."

Evidence of Jesus in Kashmir by Professor Fida Hassnain who has spent many, many years in the study of various text, written sources and oral traditions about Jesus in Kashmir and His tomb at Rozabal :

1. From "Kamal-ud-Din" - The Miracle of Faith
Also known as Kashful Hairat or Ikmal-Ud-Din, meaning more or less the same, this very important Persian work was written by the great historian Al Shaikh Said-us-Sadiq, who died at Khurassan in 962. In this book, he had described the travels of Yuzu Asaph, and :

"Then Yuzu Asaph after roaming about in many cities, reached that country which is called Kashmir. He traveled in it far and wide and stayed there and spent his remaining life there, until death overtook him, and he left the earthly body and was elevated towards the light.

"But before his death he sent for a disciple for his, Ba'bad by name, who used to serve him and was well-versed in all matters. He expressed his last will to him and said : My time for departing from this world has come. Carry on your duties properly....

"And directed Ba'bad to prepare a tomb over him at the very place he died. He then stretched his legs towards the West and head towards the East and died. May God bless him."

What a Yogic Way to die...As if He was just leaving for an excursion, all prepared... well prepared!.

2. From "Rajatarangini" - The Accounts of the kings (of Kashmir)
This is a very important historical work in Sanskrit, written by Historian Kalahana in about 1148. It was first translated into English by Aurel Stein in 1900.

In this book, we read the story of Saint Samdhimatti, who is described as the direct disciple of Guru Isana.

3. From "Tarikh-i-Kashmir" - The History of Kashmir

Written by famous Mulla Nadri in the year 1420 A.D., this is the first full record of the History of Kashmir. Having decribed the tomb of our Hero at Rozabal, he writes that :

"I have seen in a book of Hindus that this prophet was really Hazrat Isa (Jesus), the spirit of God,on whom be peace (and salutations) and had also assumed the name of Yuzu Asaph. The real knowledge is with God. He spent his life this (valley). After his departure (his death) he was laid to rest in Mohalla Anzmarah (This is the name of the area where Rozabal is - a.k.). It is also said that lights of prophet-hood used to emanate from the tomb of this Prophet."

4. From "Bhavisya Maha Purana" - The Book of the Future

Perhaps this is the Hindu Text mentioned by Mulla Nadri. The authorship and date of this text, both are lost in antiquity.

"One day, Shalivahan, the chief of the Shakyas, went into the Himalayas. There, in the Land of the Hun (Ladakh, a part of the Kushan empire), the powerful king saw a man sitting on a mountain, who seemed to promise auspiciousness. His skin was fair and he wore white garments.

The king asked the holy man who he was. The other replied : "I am called a son of God, born of a virgin, minister of the non-believers, relentless in search of the truth."

"The king then asked him : 'What is your religion?' The other replied, 'O great king, i come from a foreign country, where there is no longer truth and where evil knows no bounds. In the land of the non-believers, I appeared as the Messiah....

"I was called Isa-Masih."

5. From "The Grub-Tha-Thamas-Chad" - The Glass Mirror

This is Tibetan Translation of an ancient Chinese document entitled "The history of Religions and Doctrines - The Glass Mirror", which contains mention of "Yesu" (Jesus) and his teachings in Asia.

"Yesu, the teacher and founder of the religion, who was born miraculously, proclaimed himself the Savior of the world. He commanded his disciples to observe the ten vows (Ten Commandments), among which includes prohibition of manslaughter and attainment of eternal joy through good deeds. He preached that evil actions plunge one into hell, where there is eternal torment and misery. A sin committed in a state of consciousness cannot be condoned or pardoned. This one of virtuous results emerging out of the teachings of the Buddha. His doctrines did not spread extensively, but survived in Asia, for a long period. The above information is derived from the Chinese treatises on religions and doctrines."

6. From "Bagh-i-Sulaiman" - Garden of Solomon

This is a Persian work written by Mir Saadullah Shahabadi Kashmiri in 1780 A.D. It is a history of Kashmir in Persian verse.

From this work, we learn that Syed-Nasir-ud-din was also buried in Rozabal in 1451 together with our Hero....

"This tomb is significant because of the illuminated grave of a Prophet. All those who visit this sacred place receive aroma of perfumes. It has been narrated that a prince came, abandoned materialistic life, and adopted the path of piety and righteousness. God liked his obedience to Him (and) raised him to the status on an Apostle. He guided the people towards the Truth (and was) a mercy to the valley (of Kashmir). It is due to this reason that his tomb is famous all over the country."

7. From "Tarikh-i-Azami" - The Great history (of Kashmir)

written by famous Kashmiri Historian Khwaja Muhammad Azam, this was first published in 1814. We read a rather detailed description of the tomb in this book :

"Besides that grave (of Syed Nasir-ud-Din in Khaniyar) there is a tomb. It is well known amongst the people of the locality that here lies a Prophet who had come to Kashmir in ancient times. It is now known as the place of the Prophet. I have seen in a book of history that he had come, after great tribulations, from a great distance.

"It is said that a prince, after undergoing a good deal of penance and perseverance and through devotion and prayers, had become the Messenger of God to the people of Kashmir. On reaching Kashmir, he invited people to his religion and after death was laid to rest in Anzmarah...

"In that book the name of the Prophet is given as Yuzu Asaph. Anzmarah is in Khanyar. Many pious people and especially the spiritual guide of the author, Mulla Inayatullah Shaul, says that while visiting the tomb, Divine grace and blessings of Prophet-hood were witnessed."

8. From "Wajees-ut-Tawarikh"

According to another source called Tarikh-i-Hassan, "Wajees" was compiled in 1857 by Abdul Nabi Khanyari.

Our Hero, Yuzu Asaph is mentioned in this document as "Paigambar" or Messenger of God.

King Gopadatta (sometime called Gopananda) is also mentioned in this document and the term of his reign recorded, which corresponds to 49 to 109 A.D.

"The grave of Mir Syed Nasir-ud-din is in Khanyar. The place is also known as Rozabal. It is said that at that place exists the grave of Paigambar Yuzu Azaph. He was a prince who had come to this place. Due to his utmost piety and prayers, he was raised to the status of the Messenger (by God) for the people of Kashmir. He preached among the people. It is said that Raja Gopananda ruled over the country during that period. The aroma of musk used to emanate from a hole in the western wall."

9. From "Qisa Shahzada" - The Story of a Prince

This document comes from the Khuda Baksh Library in Patna,India.Khuda Baksh, the person after whom the library was named, was a lover of books who collected thousands of manuscripts and books.

Qisa Shahzada gives an account of the sojourn of Yuzu Asaph in Kashmir :

"Departing from that town, he visited several other towns preaching to the people. At last he reached the capital city of Kashmir. Having settled there, he called all people towards the Kingdom of God. He stayed there in Kashmir till the last day of his life. At the moment (of his death) he called one of his discipled,who was known amoung the people by the name of Yabid. This disciple had served his master with much devotion and had obtained a high status in the spiritual succession.

"Now making his will, Yuzu Asaph said,"Now at this last moment my spirit is ready to fly towards the Holy One. It is necessary for all of you to follow the Commandments of God. None should go towards the untruth leaving the truth. All of you should adhere to the prayers and hold fast to the truth."

"After saying this, he breathed his last. Dear readers, much wisdom is contained in this story. Understand the hidden wisdom and follow moral and spiritual teachings so that desires for the material world are destroyed from your hearts."

Whoever wrote this story seems to have understood the teachings of our Hero. Unlike the present day preachers, he stood by our Hero in firm conviction that, "Man does not live by bread alone...."

He did not emphasize on heavenly nymphs and worldly comforts, but advocated freedom from material desires.

Christ of Kashmiris, Anand Krishna, page 31-32,35-43

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