Events and Exhibitions • Featured • Jalsa Salana/Annual Conventions
29th July 2019
A Remarkable Journey to the East
One of the most controversial subjects among academics, theologians and historians is the fate of Jesus (as), son of Mary. There are varying interpretations of exactly what happened to Jesus as after the crucifixion.
Through his book ‘Jesus in India’, Hazrat Mirza Ghulam Ahmad(as), the Promised Messiah and Imam Mahdi followed a biblical narrative to illustrate how God planned to save Jesus(as) from an ignoble death on the cross and through the use of historical documents, he was able to discover a probable route that Jesus(as) may have taken. The Promised Messiah(as) narrates how Jesus(as) travelled across many lands in search of the lost tribes of Israel after the crucifixion.
With over 38,000 people attending the Annual Convention of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community in the UK last year, dignitaries, guests and members of the Community had the opportunity to enjoy and learn from the famous Shroud of Turin Exhibition, Islam in the East and the unique Al-Qalam Project. This year, in addition to the running Al-Qalam Project and Shroud of Turin exhibition, alongside the new ‘In Search of the Creator – Through the eyes of the Craftsman‘ we shall be holding the ‘Jesus in India‘ exhibition for you to experience the journey of Jesus(as) from the time he prophesied the sign of Jonah(as) to his eventual burial in Kashmir. Likewise, there will be visual elements and artefacts on display; some dating back 100s of years, for the attendees to enjoy.
Having re-appeared after the crucifixion the world is still debating what happened to Jesus(as).
What evidence is there to back such a theory that Jesus(as) survived the crucifixion and travelled all the way to Kashmir? Find out by joining us this year August 2-4 at the The Review of Religions ‘Jesus in India’ Exhibition!
For information on the exhibition please visit http://www.rorexhibition.org
About the Author: Ahmad Nooruddeen Jahangheer Khan is an Imam of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community and serves as the Deputy Editor of the Christianity Section of The Review of Religions.