Yeah Jesus did visited Jagannath Temple. The ancient text in the temple mentioned a foreigner to be a pupil of Hindu Gurus.
What is to be noted here is that, In India his Hindu masters initiated Jesus into yoga and the highest spiritual life, giving him the spiritual name “Isha” (from 'Ishvar') which is a descriptive title often applied to Gods.
Zohar (2:188a-b) a compilation of ancient Jewish mystical traditions and the major text of the Jewish Kabbalah, contains the following incident regarding the knowledge of an illumined rabbi concerning the religion of India and the Vedic religious rite known as the sandhya, which is an offering of prayers at dawn and sunset for enlightenment:
“Rabbi Yose and Rabbi Hiyya were walking on the road. While they were
walking, night fell; they sat down. While they were sitting, morning
began to shine; they rose and walked on. Rabbi Hiyya said, ‘See, the
face of the East, how it shines! Now all the children of the East [in
India], who dwell in the mountains of light [the Himalayas], are
bowing down to this light, which shines on behalf of the sun before it
comes forth, and they are worshipping it.…Now you might say: ‘This
worship is in vain!’ but since ancient, primordial days they have
discovered wisdom through it.”
According to Swami Nirmalananda Giri (see here):
“In the nineteen-fifties, the former head of the Govardhan Math, and
head of the entire monastic Swami Order of Shankaracharya, Jagadguru
Bharat Krishna Tirtha, claimed that he had discovered
“incontrovertible historical evidence” that Jesus had lived in the
Govardhan Math as well as in other places of India. He was writing a
book on the subject, but died before it could be finished.
Unfortunately the fate of his manuscript and research is presently
Moreover, it is generally supposed that at the end of his ministry in Israel Jesus ascended into heaven. But Saint Matthew and Saint John, the two Evangelists that were eye-witnesses of his departure, do not even mention such a thing, for they knew that he returned to India after departing from them.
Now, about some people in Jesus' period.
Apollonius of Tyna (born c. 4 AD), the great saint of the Greek world, was a teacher, a great ascetic, a celebate, a vegetarian. These practices were UNCOMMON among Greeks who practiced Pederast Homosexuality at the time. But on the other hand such practices were not only VERY common in India, but were a way of living of Hindus. A greek sophist of the Roman imperial period, Philostratus has devoted two and a half of the eight books of his Life of Apollonius (1.19–3.58) to the description of a journey of his hero to India. So its clear that traveling to India for things like medical treatment, education (Pythagoras traveled to India for treatment of his Epilepsy, thats when he came across the advanced ideas of Geometry taught in Indian 'Gurukuls'. Whatever that has been attributed to him is actually Indian knowledge.)
Because of Apollonius' Yogic skills, Apuleius ranked him with Moses and Zoroaster. Lampridius tells us that Alexander Severus included Apollonius with Abraham, and Orpheus amongst his household Gods. For this very fact, he became a hated name among the Christians (here, the followers of Jesus and NOT the Church). In their struggle against Christianity, Pagan philosophers often invoked his name. Hierocles, proconsul of Bithynia under Diocletian (c. 305) cited Apollonius' miracles to show that miracles were not the peculiar property of Christianity. Orthodox Christians could not believe that there could be such a great ethical and divine character outside the Christian fold, apparently OUT OF JEALOUSY.
So when it was so common and popular at the time, for the Europeans to travel to India for enlightenment, its not far fetched to believe Jesus must have got his wisdom from Hindu Gurus in India like others at the time. In fact, the Yogic miracles he showed were COMMON ATTRIBUTES of ascetics in ancient India. I mean even today there are ascetics in Himalayas who have great Yogic power.
Jesus was a GREAT ascetic Yogi, trained in India.