Tuesday, 13 December 2011 11:02
NEW DELHI - Parsaram Gurjar, who is believed to be one of the oldest men in India, died in Bhopal, central India, Saturday at the age of 125, media reports said on Sunday.
Born on Oct. 10, 1886, Gurjar had been conferred the Shatayu Samman prize by the Madhya Pradesh state government for attaining the age of more than 100 years.
Agriculturist by profession, Gurjar was keeping good health and only suffered from a hearing problem.
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