It is known that spacetime is curved,so I am wandering to know if its possible to look into space and we see earth (light from earth long long ago). Did I understood spacetime correctly and if its possible then can some one after million years can see dinosaurs by looking into space?
The answer, for the universe we live in, is almost certainly No. The best guess is that the universe, on the largest scale, is very nearly flat and probably extends infinitely in all directions.
The physics of general relativity does permit a hypothetical universe that curves back on itself in the way you describe, and if it were small enough, we could indeed see ourselves. But I don't know whether stars and planets could evolve in such a universe.
Incidentally, it doesn't have to even have curvature to wrap around as you describe. The universe could be like the game Asteroids, where you wrap off one edge and come back on the other. That has the topology of a torus, but is geometrically flat -- for instance, the angles inside a triangle still add up to 180 degrees.
But it doesn't look like our universe is like that.