Apparently he has gone the past 7 decades without food or water...
Now, I'm fully aware that the skeptics will be up in arms screaming hoax!, and frankly I don't blame them .. After all, the evidence does tend to point toward an inevitable outcome of starvation should we prematurely cease nutritional nourishment..
However, I've read about enough of these cases to believe (perhaps falsely) that this need not always be the way things work..
Certainly, I believe that as far as nutrition goes, and our apparent physiological dependence on it, I really don't think science has done much more than scratch the surface, and should even just one case such as this of Prahlad Jani, be truthful, then clearly what little understanding we might think we already have, would most obviously be flawed..
Prhlad Jani was observed by a team of military doctors who confirmed that he neither ate nor drank, nor, naturally, needed the bathroom. He was under constant surveillance from a team of 30 medics, and also monitored by cameras and closed circuit television.
I especially liked one of the medics closing statements:
"As medical practitioners we cannot shut our eyes to possibilities, to a source of energy other than calories."
You can read more about this here.