'I Have Been Alive So Long, That My Great Grand-Children Have Been Dead For Years' says Mr. Murasi

Murasi who happens to be A retired cobbler from northern India, Mahashta Murasi, claims he was born in January 1835, making him not only the oldest man on earth but the oldest to have ever lived, according to the Guinness World Records.

The retired cobler had worked in the city until 1957. He was said to retire at the age of 122 years. However, the woman with the Guinness record of "oldest person ever" lived to the age of 122 years, which is the age Varanasi was said to have retired from his occupation as a Cobler.

Murasi was born at home in the city of Bangalore on January 6th, 1835, and is recorded to have lived in Varanasi since 1903, according to Indian officials.

His age was confirmed by his birth certificate and identity cards. but unfortunately, no medical examination can confirm his saying for now. The last doctor who he visited had died in 1971, so there is little information available about his previous medical files.

“I have been alive so long, that my great grand-children have been dead for years” explains Mr. Murasi.

He further said,“Somehow death forgot about me… And now there’s hardly any hope left. Look at the statistics, nobody dies past 150, even less at 170. At that point, I guess I’m immortal or something. I might as well enjoy it!”

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