Chunriwala Mataji – Prahlad jani mataji Documentary

Chunriwala Mataji - Prahlad jani mataji Documentary

Prahlad jani mataji Documentary – Chunriwala Mataji :- Prahlad Jani is also known as “Chunriwala Mataji”. He is an Indian monk who claimed to have been without food and water since 1940. Born on 13 August 1929, in the name of Chunriwala Mataji, Jani grew up in Charada village in Mehsana district. According to Jani, he left his home in Rajasthan at the age of seven, and went to live in the jungle.

Chunriwala Mataji – Prahlad jani mataji

If we take the name of food then water comes in our mouth. And also good for our body. But there is also a man named Prahlad Jani mataji who did not eat drink food and water for many years. Do not think too much, please read the complete information about him.

Chunriwala Mataji - Prahlad jani mataji DocumentaryAt the age of 11, Jani underwent a religious experience and became a follower of the Hindu goddess Amba. From that time, he chose to dress as a female devotee of Amba, wearing a red sari-like garment, jewellery and crimson flowers in his shoulder-length hair. Jani is commonly known as Mataji (“[a manifestation of] The Great Mother”). Jani believes that the goddess provides him a liquid sustenance or water which drops down through a hole in his palate, allowing him to live without food or drink.

Since the 1970s, Jani has lived as a hermit in a cave in the rainforest near the Gujarati temple of Ambaji, awakening at 4am each day and spending most of his time meditating.

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Chunriwala Mataji - Prahlad jani mataji Documentary

Two observational studies of Jani have been conducted, one in 2003 and one in 2010, both Investigations were done involving Dr Sudhir Shah. In both cases the investigators confirmed Jani’s ability to survive healthily without food and water during the testing periods.

2003 Test :- In 2003, Dr Sudhir Shah and other physicians at Sterling Hospitals, Ahmedabad, India observed Jani for 10 days. He stayed in a sealed room. Doctors say that he passed no urine or stool during the observation, but that urine appeared to form in the bladder. A hospital spokesperson said that Jani was physically normal, but noted that a hole in the palate was an abnormal condition. The fact that Jani’s weight dropped slightly during the 10 days has cast some doubt on his claim to go indefinitely without food.

2010 Test :- From 22 April until 6 May 2010, Prahlad Jani was again observed and tested. Prahlad Jani was observed and tested by Dr Sudhir Shah and a team of 35 researchers from the Indian Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences (DIPAS), as well as other organizations. The director of DIPAS said that the results of the observations could “tremendously benefit mankind”. The tests were again conducted at Sterling Hospitals. Professor Anil Gupta of SRISTI, involved in monitoring the tests, described the team as being “intrigued” by Jani’s kriyas apparently allowing him to control his body’s physiological functions.

Source :-  Wikipedia

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