Welcome to TombOfJesus.com  (also known as TOJ website)

This website presents evidence that Jesus Christ survived his crucifixion and travelled to Kashmir, India. 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.


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In addition to the above-mentioned fascinating topics, we have provided helpful and exciting tools designed to enhance the study of Jesus in India, such as:
 1.) A Media section where you can learn about the books, television documentaries, movies, and magazines that have covered the Jesus-in-India theory;
 2.) A section entitled, "The Tomb" where you can see photographs of the tomb, take an actual video tour of the tomb, examine actual stone foot-carvings, with wound marks, that were carved by an ancient disciple of Jesus, as well as a fascinating short video clip from a BBC TV broadcast;
 3.) A "Utilities" section where you can participate in discussions, as well as examine the most current and up-to-date news and announcements relating to the subject of Jesus in India.
 4.) An Updates and Links page (located under the "Home" menu).
 A very special feature of The Tomb of Jesus Christ Website are the various video clips, taken from actual TV documentaries, that you will come across throughout the text. We believe that you will greatly enjoy these video clips, which powerfully enhance the accompanying reading material.
 In short, we have created The Tomb of Jesus Christ Website as your "one-stop" website for Jesus-in-India studies. We hope that you will enjoy your visits to the site.

Was it possible to survive a crucifixion? Read the following account from the ancient historian, Flavius Josephus:

 "I was sent by Titus Caesar with Ceralius and a thousand riders to a certain town by the name of Thecoa, to find out whether a camp could be set up at this place. On my return I saw many prisoners who had been crucified, and recognized three of them as my former companions. I was inwardly very sad about this and went with tears in my eyes to Titus and told him about them. He at once gave the order that they should be taken down and given the best treatment so they could get better. However two of them died while being attended to by the doctor; the third recovered." (The Life of Flavius Josephus (Vita), Section 75) .

There have been many books on the subject now and the number of researchers in this field is growing continually. Since the turn of the millenium docuemantaries on the subject have even appeared detailing the tomb and its story.

The material from the website can also be found in the various books that have been published on the subject of Jesus in India  over the last 100 years, from 1899 to 1999, and also the books that have been published since 1999, such as Saving the Savior: Did Christ Survive the Crucifixion (published in 2001), or the more recent Christ of Kashmiris, by Anand Krishna.

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.

The theory put forward on this website continues that after surviving the crucifixion, Jesus Christ arrived in Kashmir, where he took up residence for the remainder of his life. There he ministered to Israelite tribes of the area, continuing to preach. The Negaristan-i-Kashmir book allegedly says that he eventually married a woman named Maryan, who bore him children. He died at the ripe old age of 120 years. His tomb is located in the Mohala Kan Yar district of the capital city of Srinagar, Jammu & Kashmir, Northern India, and is called the Roza Bal ("The Site of the Honored Tomb").

Throughout his travels, it is claimed, he assumed the name, Yuz Asaf (Yus Asaph), a name which, some believe, meant, "Jesus the Gatherer," and he is buried in the Roza Bal under that name.

This site, and the information it contains, is not the property of any particular belief or ism or organization, nor is the idea of a post-crucifixion life of Jesus the invention of any one individual.

From St. Irenaeus (125 A.D. to 202 A.D.) all the way to scholar Dr. Fida Hassnain, there have been many people who have contributed information concerning the fact that Jesus was seen in "Asia" or India long after the crucifixion.