Was Jesus Christ a Hindu Yogi?

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  1. p k says:

    Sir koti (crores) in Sanskrit also means types. Kotis here doesn’t mean crores

  2. Didianna says:

    The yogis in India loved Jesus and wrote many books about him, so I think they must know something about Jesus being in India, though I don’t think he was any Hindi necessarily. These yogies have a lot of intuition so they might know something. Besides many Western psychics tell also commonly that Jesus spend many years in India.

  3. Dr. John Pulparmpil says:

    This is a very good article, with valuable feedback attached to it. I enjoyed reading both.

    May I have your permission to copy and print out a copy of this article for personal study?

  4. Arcanjoe Almeida says:

    Dear Udaypai!

    Good Observation Sir and very well written..

    Hats Off to you and your article.

    Regards

    Joe

  5. muktipada says:

    Brahminical way of living — confusing. Why don’t we say Vedic way of living. Veda is not just Brahminical way of living. It is also Kshyatriya, Vaisya, Sudra way of living. This is how we perpetuate the caste through these kind of political word Brahminical way. This word does not make sense in Sanatana dharma and it divides people.

    Also Christ came to India is the opinion of many Hindu saints like sw Yogananda(YSS), sw Shivananda(Divine life society). Also organization believes Christ as God incarnation like Ramakrishna mission, Chinmaya Mission, Divine life society, Yogoda sat sang. Ramakrishna dev has a vision of Christ through spiritual practice and he said Christianity is a valid path for God realization.

  6. Hi Sir

    Very educating and shows how one should understand the reality called religion. I would like to call upon your attention a treatise written by Chattambi Swamikkal named ‘Christumatha chedanam’ which rightly shows some logical fallacies in the christian faith. I am not sure whether you have read it but would suggest it for a good awareness on christian religious fundamentals

    Thank you 🙂

  7. Jhonshon says:

    Dear sir,
    What you have said is completely correct. In tribal belft of India, all churches and missonary organisations are working with one goal to transform tribals to christian sect. The day when no one will be ready to convert, all social work of these organisations will come to halt. In fact these are supporting naxals covertly to attain their goal

  8. Radhe says:

    The writer of this speculative article says there are very wrong things in the bible and dramatizes poorly how the christian reacted upon it.

    The same applies to Geeta, Vedas and Puranas. They are full of weird concepts and things; an example being Panchali (only one of a million other examples).

    This article is a one-sided, biased, irrational “self-made” story… partly, if not wholly…

    Without doubt

  9. Nikhil says:

    Why get into all these religious debates ? Better to just be spiritual and follow one’s religion peacefully and also respect all other religions!!!

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  10. Nikhil says:

    Utter Bullshit!!!
    Be a responsible citizen.Its …People like YOU who ignites Communal Hatred & Subsequently , communal violence in which ever part of the world YOU reside in!!!YOUR above content can be also said as…”” A HINDU YOGI WAS JESUS””… !!!Grow up Guys!!!

  11. Ravi says:

    Dear Pai,

    Beautifully presented. Aatma anubhava and later paramatma anubhava to be preached to them.

  12. Dr.G.Nandakumar. says:

    The very birth of Jesus was known to the Indian Sages long before. This has been acknowledged by the Bible itself, by the mention of the 3 saints arrival at the time of his birth from East to identify the Son of God. “Eric Von Daniken” has given enough proof of Jesus spending his missing days with the Kashmiri Brahmins to perfect his Yogic powers, before going back, in his books. Also, the very Catholic way of surrender for salvation is based upon the ‘Saranagathi thathva’ of the Sri Vaishnava Sidhantha! Spirituality should nor be clouded by way of life and social order.
    Kaliyuga started on 18th,Feb’ 3102 B.C.(The day Krishna Left after his Last Incarnation)and the Day of Jesus Birth started ‘Anno Domini’,as of now 2013 A.D.To me Narayana’s incarnation in AD is as Christ to preach “TOLERANCE” (to forgive & to forget!)in Kaliyuga.

  13. Vishnu Prasad says:

    Uday Sir,
    Excellent article. However, this is not your best. And if somebody has not read any of your articles may even doubt that you have an attitude problem. However, I have seen that this article dates back to 2005. May be your classic articles came out after that. But the presentation, style and content are superb!

    I would like to add this: Francis Xavier, born Francisco de Jasso y Azpilicueta (7 April 1506 – 3 December 1552) . He wrote a letter to the Society of Jesus in which he said, ‘Following the Baptisms, the new Christians return to their homes and come back with their wives and families to be in their turn also prepared for Baptism. After all have been baptised, I order that everywhere the temples of the false Gods be pulled down and idols broken. I KNOW NOT HOW TO DESCRIBE IN WORDS THE JOY THAT I FEEL BEFORE THE SPECTACLE OF PULLING DOWN AND DESTROYING THE IDOLS BY THE VERY PEOPLE WHO FORMERLY WORSHIPPED THEM’. He was ruthless father of bloodiest inquisition in Goa

  14. Mark says:

    I have never read a more ignorant article. The author hasn’t the faintest clue what scripture is. To blaspheme the name of God this way is just drivel. Those who believe any of this over the Word of God is a fool. If you think you are a “good” person, you have never read the Word of God. If you think God is a liar, you are doomed already.

    Jesus is God. He was crucified for claiming it. He said He was the only way to heaven, and all those who believe the above drivel will spend eternity in real physical torment. So reap what you believe. Authentic Christianity (not the nonsense above) is the only path that is NOT based on works. All false religions (including Catholicism) are based on works … and are the wide path to destruction that Jesus warned against embracing. All religions are contradictory, so the law of logic dictates that either they are ALL wrong, or ONE is right. They cannot all be right. History, science, logic, law, scripture, and ethics all point to Jesus as God.

    Salvation is by grace alone, through faith alone, in Jesus alone.

    All other ground is sinking sand.

    • Sreenivas P Shenoy says:

      I would like to cite Swami Vivekananda’s quotes here

      “It is a sad fact that often the disciples of various paths misinterpret the teachings of their masters to the extent of claiming theirs as the only Master. In doing so, they bring their teachers down to the level of ordinary men. An aspirant, they claim, in spite of high achievements, counts for nothing unless and until he is prepared to give all credit to their master. What blind ignorance! If the master were an ear-witness of his disciple’s utterance, he would burn with shame.
      Suppose Jesus of Nazareth was teaching, and a man came and told him, “What you teach is beautiful. I believe that it is the way to perfection, and I am ready to follow it; but I do not want to worship you as the only begotten Son of God.” What would be the answer of Jesus of Nazareth?

      “Very well, brother, follow the ideal and advance in your own way. I do not care whether you give me the credit for the teaching or not… I only teach truth, and truth is nobody’s property, nobody’s patent truth. Truth is God Himself. Go forward. But what the disciples say nowadays is, “No matter whether you practise the teachings or not, do you give credit to the Man? If you credit the Master, you will be saved; if not there is no salvation for you.” “

    • Champak Roy says:

      Congratulations !!!
      You represent the obnoxious Christian perfectly and it is people like who will drive it to extinction soon.

  15. M R Rao says:

    Addition Devo Bhava . The last paragraph of the article sums up the essence of the entire article. Friendship with all enmity to none. Our sages, munis, and ancestors all have laid a strong foundation to lead life happily After reading the article I feel happy. Thanks

  16. Ashok Sharma says:

    This is the Time was to Unite all other Religions, and in no way attempt to denounce others. Hinduism, Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism and others must become just ONE UNITED HUMAN RACE, now. !

    It is here where safety and survival of human Race depends. Warring Faiths will only bring Misfortunes, Death and Global Deva stations for tens of Millions on earth belonging to all Faiths. Hope Sanity would prevail !

    Warm Regards

    Ashok Sharma

  17. Peter Kua says:

    People must not bastardize a religion’s teachings for selfish purposes be they for conquering another country or brainwashing others. As a Buddhist myself, I do see the good teachings of Islam, Hinduism, Christianity, etc., whether or not these religions buy into the concept of a God or no-God. The folklore must be taken with a pinch of salt. After all, they are just stories to accentuate a specific teaching.

  18. Anwar Sadit says:

    Christian Brothers, Unless and until the churches of today represent goodness, and NO GOALS of POWER AND PROFIT, Christianity shall and will fail. Because it’s no longer relevant. It’s on the shelf of time in the grocery store of the universe, and it’s far past it’s expiration date.

    Sir, we have to accept the facts. Bible has good teachings as well as superb blunders. Same is true in each book around the world. If you take a movie, there is a good-doer and bad-doer. We should accept the goodness in Bible and preach the goodness.

  19. Tincy Mathew says:

    Dear Uday Sir,
    Never think that the future of Christianity in India depends only on Churches. Because, God need not depend Churches to fulfill his wish to spread Gospel for increasing the boundaries of His kingdom
    Christianity in America and Europe is on a trajectory of extinction. Most churches are being converted into museums, hotels, hostels and even mosque. Many in the USA who identify as Christian do so only superficially. These “cultural Christians” use the term “Christian” but do not practice the faith. Now it seems that many of them are even giving up the label, and those cultural Christians are becoming “nones” (people with no religious label).
    Tincy Mathew

  20. Ramakrishnan K.R> says:

    Sir,
    Thanks for a good blog.
    If a Hindu goes to Vatican, will they provide free space to establish a temple? NO.
    So, Christians need to respect the tradition of Hindus. Please do not make mockery. I know Hindus are immersed in superstitions and funny-faiths. But I found it far better than believing in Semitic concepts of god. The Semitic god is insecure and wants to increase his market share.

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