Chundiwala Mataji passed away at Charada, had not taken food or water for the last 76 years

Chundiwala Mataji passed away at Charada, had not taken food or water for the last 76 years.

Prahladbhai Jani, known as Chundiwala Mataji at Ambaji, the holy pilgrimage site of Gujarat, is getting big news from those who are known as Chundiwala Mataji. Chundiwala Mataji Devlok at Banaskantha, on whom great researches have been done, has been found.


Chundiwala Mataji passed away late at Charada. He will now be laid to rest at Ambaji on May 28. It is said that for the last 76 years, Chundiwala Mataji did not take food and water. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation.

His body will be laid to rest at Ambaji from 26th to 27th so that the devotees of Mataji with Chundi can have his darshan. Went for checking at Ahmedabad a few days ago, where his Corona report came back negative. The message that Chundiwala Mataji has gone to Devlok went viral on social media. But he left the body at 2 a.m. Tuesday night. Let me tell you that various people including Akshay Kumar, Bala Saheb Thackeray, Narendra Modi have met him.

Who is Chundiwala Mataji?

Prahladbhai Maganlal Jani has been worshiping in the name of Jani Chundiwala Mataji for the last 76 years by staying on Ambaji Gabbar and giving up food and water. Mobhi Chundiwala is the mother of a family of 25 to 30 people, including six brothers and a sister. Chundiwala Mataji Prahladbhai Jani renounced food and water in her childhood at the age of 14. And currently this great Vibhuti Chundiwala Mataji is 88 years old.

Mataji's native Charada village taluka Mansa's native Chundiwala Mataji is annoyed with the whole country as well as doctors and scientists. The reason is that this Chundiwala Mataji has not eaten or drank for the last 76 years. It seems that this great Vibhuti has been living without eating and drinking. The costume of Mataji with this chundi shows that she looks like a hermit.

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The greatness of this Chundiwala Mataji is so much that people come from far and wide.

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