The lost life of Jesus Christ is a new biography of Christ written by Crimean Jewish journalist Nicholas Notovitch. He claims that Jesus spent many of his missing years traversing India. Notovitch traveled widely across the East in the late nineteenth century. He came from the outskirts of the former Russian Empire and then decided to explore the Indian subcontinent.
This book introduces the life of Saint Issah, the prodigal Son of God, told in the context of his summarized findings about Jesus (a.k.a Saint Issah) in 14 book chapters. He preaches in Jagannath, Rajagriha, Benares and other holy cities of Hinduism and Buddhism (chapter 5, verse 5). When Jesus is about 28 years old, he heads back to his homeland to preach the glory of God, passing through many countries; Afghanistan, Persia and many Middle Eastern countries, before arriving in Israel. Many people were deeply touched by his humility and his message and they became his followers. The story goes about Jesus’s travels to India with a caravan of merchants to study and understand the Vedic and Buddhist teachings (as pertained in Chapter 4, verses 12-13 of Bible).
His trip leads him to Jagannath, located in the modern state of Orissa where Hindu priests greeted him with open arms and taught him Sanskrit language and Vedas (chapter 5, verses 3-4). Having studied Hinduism and Buddhism for six years, Jesus was deeply influenced by Buddha’s teachings. He travels extensively in Northern India to spread the holy doctrine (chapter 5, verses 3-4). Jesus preaches against unfair treatment of shudras and vaishyas. His teachings focus on the equality of all men, irrespective of their wealth or physical strength or the caste. He works for the emancipation of the poor people.
This contextualization of Jesus, as formalized by Nicholas Notovitch, has given ground breaking research backed by rigorous corroborations to testify and ultimately establishes Notovitch as a respectable religious scholar. Nicholas brings justice in full brevity and examination to Jesus Christ, cleansing any signs of persuasive dogma from orthodox catholic interpretations.
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