The sign reads “Ziarati Hazrati Youza Asouph and Syed Nasir-u-Din. Muslim holy man, Mir Sayyid Naseeruddin. This view is maintained by Ahmadis today, though the local Sunni caretakers of the srinagar travel guide pdf believe that “the theory that Jesus is buried anywhere on the face of the earth is blasphemous to Islam. The structure stands in front of a Muslim cemetery.
It consists of a low rectangular building on a raised platform, surrounded by railings at the front and an entry. Within is a shrine to Youza Asouph. Ahmadi beliefs, the tomb contains a rock carving that is said to show feet bearing crucifixion wounds and the body is buried according to what Hassnain considers are the Jewish tradition of directions and not according to the Islamic tradition. The Sunni Muslim authorities at the shrine believe Youza Asouph and Mir Sayyid Naseeruddin to be Muslim holy men. Muhammed Azam states that the tomb is of a foreign prophet and prince, Yuzasuf, or in modern local Kashimiri transcription Youza Asouph.
The Seal of The Justice of Islam Mullah Fazil 1184-A. Verdict: Now this Court, after obtaining evidence, concludes that during the reign of Raja Gopadatta, who built and repaired many temples, especially the Throne of Solomon, Yuz Asaph came to the Valley. Prince by descent, he was pious and saintly and had given up earthly pursuits. He spent all his time in prayers and meditation. The people of Kashmir, having become idolators, after the great flood of Noah, the God Almighty, sent Yuz Asaph as a prophet to the people of Kashmir.
He proclaimed oneness of God till he passed away. Asaph was buried at Khanyar on the banks of the lake and his shrine is known as Roza Bal. In the year 871 A. Syed Nasir-ud-Din, a descendant of Imam Musa-Raza, was also buried besides the grave of Yuz Asaph. Since the shrine is visited by devotees, both high and common, and since the applicant, Rehman Khan, is the hereditary custodian of the shrine, it is ordered that he be entitled to receive the offerings made at the shrine as before, and no one else shall have any right to such offerings. Given under our hand, 11th Jamad-ud-sani, 1184 A.
Gautama Buddha, into two syllables, “Yuz Asaf. Hindu-Muslim and Muslim-Muslim tensions and incidents the Ziarat Rozabal was desecrated and the grave dug up on 27 October 1965. Pakistani operatives, but this is not confirmed by other sources. The founder of Ahmadiyyat, Mirza Ghulam Ahmad, inferring from the Verse 23:50 of the Quran, believed that the only occasion in the life of Jesus, son of Mary, that his life was seriously threatened, when an attempt was made to kill him by the cross.
Ahmad says, may very fittingly apply to the Valley of Kashmir. The book was fully published in 1908, and the first complete English translation in 1944. Ahmad had separately advocated the view that Jesus did not die by crucifixion, but travelled to the Indian subcontinent and died there at age 120. There are ruins of a Hindu temple near Srinagar where Ghulam Ahmad claimed Jesus had preached. 15th century Muslim sources in their reconstruction of an eastern travel path for Jesus. Christians, Ghulam Ahmad simply picked up the legend that Jesus had visited India to increase his self-identification with Jesus.
Ghulam Ahmad’s theory that Jesus died in India. Ghulam Ahmad specifically disagreed with Notovitch. Notovitch’s claims to have found a manuscript about Jesus’ travels to India have been totally discredited by modern scholarship as a hoax. Notovitch later confessed to having fabricated his evidence. Modern scholars generally hold that in general there is no historical basis to substantiate any of the claims of the travels of Jesus to India.
Ahmadi missionary in Woking, developed Ghulam Ahmad’s ideas in the 1940s. He also claimed that Moses was buried at Boot on Mt. Then Yuz Asaf, after roaming about in many cities, reached that country which is called Kashmir. He travelled in it far and wide and stayed there and spent his remaining life there until death overtook him He left the earthly body and was elevated towards the Light. Ahmad’s earlier 1902 use of the same text. Ahmadi websites and print sources cite various local documents and traditions in support of Ghulam Ahmad’s identification of the Srinagar shrine as Jesus tomb.
Yuzasaf, and no historian cites Tarikh-i-Kashmir as containing a Yuzasaf tradition. The original page, which Ahmad tried to buy in 1946 is now lost, so no tests can be conducted to the age of the document. Rozabal as Yuzasaf and Sayyid Naseeruddin. Kashmir which comments on the other Muslim holy man buried at the Roza Bal shrine, Sayyid Naseeruddin. History of the Sikh period of Kashmir which mentions the Rozabal as grave of Sayyid Naseeruddin and prince Yuzasaf.