Talk:Shankaracharya Temple

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It is well known after Islam came to Kashmir as to who gave this hill a Semitic name, namely Takt- e-suleiman. This is well dicumented. It is well known after Islam came to Kashmir as to who gave this hill a Semitic name, namely Takt- e-suleiman. We do not hear of any Takt- e-suleiman during the Hindu period in Kashmir and neither does the great Rajataringini mention any such Semitic (jewish-Arab) name. Yes indeed this temple is purely Aryan in architecture.

The true history is: The Islamic preacher Shah Hamadan on arriving in Kashmir named the Valley Baghe-i-Sulaiman and this region Takhte-i-Sulaiman. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 65.88.88.200 (talk) 00:35, 17 March 2011 (UTC)

Jesus in Kashmir[edit]

If temple inscription says "He is Jesus, prophet of the children of Israel", does it mean Jesus visited Kashmir? --AntanO 02:34, 22 March 2017 (UTC)