Ahmedabad Man Lives Without Food and Water from Last 65 years

Prahlad Jani

Exhibiting a miraculous case for the medical fraternity, Prahlad Jani, an 83 year old resident of the Ahmedabad city in Gujarat, claims to be fit and fine even after fasting for the last 65 years.

Back in 2003, Prahlad Jani had undergone a 10 day medical checkup at the Sterling Hospital and had seemed normal despite fasting.

But this time round, the team of doctors wants to conduct more detailed tests to understand the phenomenon behind this unique man’s existence without food and water.

Dr. Sudhir Shah, an eminent Neurologist, is going to conduct a 15 days, thorough examination of Prahlad’s body and the tests will include MRIs, EEG, ECG, aura study, blood studies and neuro-physiological studies will be conducted during these analyses

Assisting Dr. Shah, will be a team of 30 doctors from the Defense Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences (DIPAS) jointly, with Sristi and Government of Gujarat.

After observing the man for 108 hours, the doctors reported that neither did Jani consume anything nor did he pass urine or stool. What surprised the doctors was that he was still active and in a position to climb stairs.

Dr. G Ilavazahagan, Director, DIPAS, states, "The exercise of taking this yogi under a medical scanner is to understand which energy supports his existence. The observations derived from this case study can help many soldiers, victims of calamities and astronauts”.


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