This Bengaluru grandfather now in the list of Guinness World Records by living 179 years long

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Hello friends, some people today live less than 70 years because today’s food we eat is so polluted… But not so in the days of our grandparents. Some have lived for more than 100 years as well.

Likewise here in Bengaluru, if I say there was a grandpa who lived for 179 years, will you believe it?

Yes, his name is Mahashta Murasi who was born on 6th January 1835 as he claims, if this is true then he is the oldest man on earth ever lived according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

According to officials, Murasi was born and raised in Bangalore and has been living in Varanasi since 1903. He worked as a cobbler in the city until 1957 and retired at the age of 122.

The man’s birth certificate and identification cards can confirm his sayings, but unfortunately, no medical exam can confirm his claim at this time.

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