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Mar 10 '16 at 22:17 comment added Narasimham @Hindu You can use normal font.
Feb 4 '16 at 14:33 comment added 3345 Apparently this site is more concerned with dogma than history.
Oct 12 '14 at 12:55 comment added Sebastien Palcoux Thank you for your comments. If you say "Yes I have seen these texts" then I will reply "Could you post a copy here?".
Oct 12 '14 at 3:36 comment added Hindu If the secret archives of Vatican are made public, you as well as the the western world would know MORE about the Jesus' education in India. Probably Vatican knows everything.
Oct 12 '14 at 3:28 comment added Hindu If I say "Yes I have seen those text" then you might reply, "why should I believe your statement". :) So its better that you seek that for yourself. "Isha" was name given to Jesus. But Greek language does not have an 'sh' sound. So 'Isha' became 'Isa' for Jesus himself. Wherever he went (apart from Europe) he told himself as 'Isa'. Which is also his currently popular Arabic name, mentioned in Quran. Greeks also had this weird habit of changing the name of everything according to their likings. They change 'Isa' to 'Jesus'. Thus 'Isha' became 'Jesus'.
Oct 11 '14 at 19:29 comment added Sebastien Palcoux You wrote "The ancient text in the temple mentioned a foreigner to be a pupil of Hindu Gurus". Did you see these texts by yourself? Else why believe the statements of Swami Nirmalananda Giri? Is it possible to consult the archives of the temple? Finally, why this foreigner (Isha) is considered to be Jesus?
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