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12 Dec 2016

Meet The 120-Year-Old Virgin Who Reaveled Lack Of S3x Is The Reason For His Longlife

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A '120-year-old' virgin monk who claims to be the oldest man alive has
credited non indulgence in s*x for his long life.

Swami
Sivananda was born on
August 8, 1896, according to details in his
passport.

Looking rather
youthful for a 120-year-old,
Swami is now applying to
Guinness World Records to
verify his claim.
Sivananda, who was born in an
extremely poor family, lives
in Kolkata city, India, but
had lived in the city of
Varanasi all his life.

Despite his astonishing age,
he lives with no help and no
medical aid, performing
yoga for hours every day.
He gives all the credit for his
longevity to yoga, food with no spices and no sex. He said: "Discipline is the
most important thing is life.
"One can conquer anything
with discipline in food
habits, exercise, and sexual
desires. Control over your needs is
the biggest gain in life. I
have lived for so long
because material things
don't make me happy." Sivananda believes that
times have changed but he
is still the same.

He said: "Because I was born
in poverty, I have never had
great demands from
life."Nowadays, people are
unhappy, unhealthy and
have become dishonest, which pains me a lot."I just
want people to be happy,
healthy and peaceful."

The Hindu monk has never
slept in a bed or used a
pillow in his life.He sleeps
on the floor with a jute mat
beneath him and uses a
stone brick as a pillow. Whether Guinness qualifies
him as the oldest man alive
or not, his lifestyle has
already made him a local
celebrity. He travels to give interviews
and lectures on life and
people from all over the
country flock to him in
search of peace and the
secret to his longevity.

He said: "My followers
persuaded me to come
forward to claim the record.
"Previously I was worried
about inviting publicity into
my life as these things don't serve any purpose in
life.""Though my followers
would be happy to see my
name in the Guinness Book
of World Records.

Source: Daily Mail
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