Jesus in Kashmir by Michael Mamas | Thursday, July 3, 2014 | World View | 5 comments In many parts of the world this is considered common knowledge. I leave it to you to decide for yourself what you believe. © Michael Mamas. All rights reserved. Share this blog...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedinemail 5 Comments michael brandon on July 6, 2014 at 12:55 am Fabulous story..thank you for sharing Maharshiji. I received a book many years ago that compared the teachings of The Budda and Jesus and it prompted lots of thoughts. I first heard this story(in part) from a friend who traveled to Kashmir and shared with me what he had learned. I say.. with respect to the many I know that are..I am not vested in the resurection of Jesus so it is much easier for me to believe that this story could be more true than not. Imagine if millions of people believed what Dr. Fida said in regards to the common thread with all the great teachers..love one another. It is a beautiful thought. Barbara on July 7, 2014 at 9:32 am I found this very interesting. It explains things that never quite settled in my mind. Susan Wilson on July 7, 2014 at 8:05 pm Thank you for this. anaonymous on July 10, 2014 at 2:47 am Wondering if our institutional framework of history really tell us much at all about the real stories ? I wonder if our conventional historical accounts are no more than a thread of reality. Sometimes it seems as if we could unravel these and a million other mysteries if we could just unravel the mystery of our own nature…our Self. I love the effect rethinking history has on me. Somehow I think we all know we have been fooled into believing nonsense. 🙂 What a strange world it is. anaonymous on July 10, 2014 at 2:54 am I just recalled coming to this country after traveling abroad and getting an early sense that the collective conscious of America had a unique world view, kind of like a sticky dream, that I felt a pull to align with somewhat. And I did, somewhat… I thought, or rationalized, well when in Rome… Now I wonder, omg what have I done.