Does Hinduism believe in Jesus Christ 1

I distinctly remember even before going to school around five years of age we were told stories in our home about Gautama Buddha, Jesus Christ even Prophet Mohammed. All these enlightened souls are revered in Hinduism. Rather, Hinduism reveres all seekers who succeeded reaching state of enlightenment in their lifetime.


Before Jesus Christ became Jesus Christ there was no Christianity on mother earth. Likewise Buddhism emerged after teachings of Gautama Buddha.


Belief in Hinduism is never in any individual but the spirit existing in that individual. It is the spirit inside Jesus Christ that made him follow path of spirituality to gain enlightenment.


In the entire western world only Jesus Christ and Prophet Mohammed succeeded in reaching state of enlightenment. Comparatively in India (erstwhile Bharatvarsha) in its entire history hundreds succeeded in reaching state of enlightenment and would continue to do so.


Self realization in India never evolves into a religion. Sri Ramakrishna Paramhansa and Maharshi Ramana who succeeded in reaching state of self realization, god realization never went after developing a new religion. So was not the norm in Hinduism, India.


Even Jesus Christ and Gautama Buddha never asked anyone to develop a religion after them. But people in west were new to teachings of spirituality followed by both Jesus Christ and Prophet Mohammed. The teachings of Jesus Christ evolved into a large revolution called Christianity, and that of Gautama Buddha Buddhism.


In India followers of Hinduism know very well that following the teachings contained in Bhagavad Gita any human being world over could easily reach state of enlightenment. There was no reason for not believing in Jesus Christ or Gautama Buddha even Prophet Mohammed.


But one thing must always be borne in mind. Everything in Bible, Buddhist teachings and Koran was also available in Bhagavad Gita but not everything contained in Bhagavad Gita existed in Bible, Buddhist teachings and Koran.


There is little doubt in the fact that Jesus Christ during his missing years (age 14 to 29) came to India to indulge in teachings of spirituality contained in Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads (independent spiritual treatises) even Vedas. And so was the case with Prophet Mohammed who belonged to a region Persia that had its boundaries touching erstwhile Bharatvarsha (now India).


While in erstwhile Bharatvarsha Jesus Christ indulged both in Taxila and Nalanda Universities and wisdom of Prophet Mohammed was limited to Taxila University. The ruins of Taxila University presently lay in Pakistan and that of Nalanda in Bihar state of India.


In Hinduism it is primarily teachings of Bhagavad Gita that guided humanity towards state of self realization, god realization. Even though Bhagavad Gita forms part of Hinduism scriptures, it could be followed by anyone world over. Even while following ones religion, faith or belief one could freely indulge in teachings of Bhagavad Gita that has universal appeal.


The original teachings of Jesus Christ were known only to him. In present times the translations of Bible available are severely distorted, wrongly interpreted. There was nothing wrong in teachings of Jesus Christ but the interpretations, translations had great deformities that could not sustain the test of time, prime reason why people in Christianity feared the awaited Antichrist.


Interpreting a scripture wrongly does not bode well in the long run. The sinister design behind would be revealed one day. I have personally gone through many translations of Bible available in market, even authentic ones but there were many fallacies that would be exposed, proved wrong sooner or later.


Repeated wrongdoings by Vatican directly or wrongly supported by them are reported frequently in the media. How long shall Vatican sustain such gross inconsistencies?


In Hinduism, Jesus Christ is considered a perfect enlightened one but his teachings have been wrongly interpreted in the print edition.

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

One thought on “Does Hinduism believe in Jesus Christ

  • Dave

    I’m new to Hinduism and at the moment I’m catholic and I’m interested in learning more about the post crucifixion and what Jesus did afterwards. I’m under the impression that he might not have died on the cross but survived. Where did he go and when did he go back to the father? Also can I meditate on Jesus while meditating?