Professional historians tend to laugh out loud when you mention the notion that Jesus might have lived in Kashmir - but his tomb is now firmly on the tourist trail - and a growing number of credulous visitors believe that he was buried in the Rozabal shrine.
PB - I remember reading that they had some pretty interesting facts, including a document that was presumably translated this century after the book I refer to came out in its original form.
And for those who scoff, remember that others have argued, just as implausibly, that Jesus came to Britain.
PB - "Just as implausibly"? Not sure if this is very well thought at all. It would have been very plausible for Jesus to find his way to the far end of the Roman empire.