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Tomb of Jesus a.s in India


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Tomb of Jesus , a set on Flickr.
Tomb of Jesus a.s in Mohallah Khanyaar Kashmir

where is this 'Tomb' of Jesus Christ situated?
The Tomb featured at this site is in the Kan Yar District of Shrinagar, Kashmir, India. There is evidence to support the thesis put forward upon this site that Jesus Christ journeyed here after surviving the Crucifixion. There are historical records talking of his presence in India under the name of "Yus Asaph".
The exact location of the tomb is: 34 05 39.10 N, 74 48 58.76 E
Through Google Earth we have obtained the following image and had it verified by those that have visited the tomb.




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