Ganid was a brilliant Indian boy who was taught by Jesus during a journey with him and his father Gonod.  The first meeting with Jesus took place during Passover of the year 22, in Jerusalem.  Ganid suffered a serious illness in Cyprus and was lovingly cared for by Jesus and his father. 
He put into practice the teachings of his teacher when in Antioch he spoke with an employee of his father who was dissatisfied with the tasks assigned to him.  Together with Jesus, he produced a translated synopsis of the best texts on the religions of the world that they found in the library of Alexandria.  He was a worthy successor to his eminent father.