A team of scientists and doctors are studying on the strange case of a man, Prahlad Jani who Claims to be alive without Food & Water for the last 70 Year.
Prahlad Jani, 83 years old man who says that he has lived without Food or Water for 70 Years. A yogi(Who does yoga) and holy man, Prahlad Jani living in India has the attention of the Indian military because of his assert that he does not require food or water to live. Now, Indian doctors are studying a man who claims to have spent the last seventy years without food and water. Due to the claim of Prahlad Jani, the long-haired and bearded yogi is under 24-hour surveillance by a team of 30 specialists during three weeks of tests at a hospital in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad. Jani grew up in Charod village in the Mehsana district in Gujarat.
Sudhir Shah, a Neurophysician from Sterling University said, “This is unexceptional: A person can live without food and water for three, four, seven to twelve days.” Since the experiment began on April 22, Jani has had no food or water.
According to the London Telegraph, Prahlad Jani claims to a “breatharian,” someone who can live on “religious life force.” Also, he said that the power for survival is come from a goddess when he was 8-years-old, who pours a magic elixir into a hole in his palate and it enables him to survive without nourishment. India’s Defense Research Development Organization said, “Prahlad may hold the key to helping soldiers survive longer without food, or aid disaster victims”, while he is dismissed as “village fraud” by some people. Military doctors hope that if experiment proves, it can help soldiers to develop their endurance strategies.
Dr. G. Ilavazhagan, director of the Defense Institute of Physiology & Allied Sciences told the Telegraph, “If his claims are verified, it will be a breakthrough in medical science. We will be able to help save human lives during natural disasters, high altitude, sea journeys and other natural and human extremities. We can educate people about the survival techniques in adverse conditions with little food and water or nothing at all.”
Dr Vasana Reddy, the speaker of Defence Research & Development Organization (DRDO) told “We would like to keep the information confidential for the time being, but we shall share it when the results are established.” Authorities at the Sterling Hospital, which is hosting & helping the examination, were more approaching. They claimed it may “help in working out strategies for survival during natural calamities, extreme stressful conditions, even extra terrestrial explorations like future missions to Moon and Mars by the human race.”
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