An Indian-origin man in the UK, believed to hold the record for the world’s longest marriage, has died. Karam Chand (110) died in Bradford a month before his 111th birthday.
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Chand, along his wife Katari (103), were one of the oldest living couples in Britain and had celebrated their 90th marriage anniversary in December last year.
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They got married in December 1925 and moved to the UK after living in India for 40 years. The couple had eight children including four sons and four daughters, 27 grand children and 23 great grand children.
The couple were really encouraging of each other and never contended with each other, said family members.
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Katari, who’ll turn 104 on November 1, said it was blessing lived and to have been married for long. She said that he’d gone, she is going to pray for his peaceful rest.
My dad frequently said ‘happiness and contentment is what keeps me going through this kind of long and wonderful life ’ said Karam Chand’s son, Harbhajan Das.
“he’d an apple nearly daily,” said Das, including that at this age his eye sight didn’t neglect him and he used to read Punjabi publications daily minus the help of scenes.
Although He wasn’t prepared but used to read Punjabi” said Das.
Harbhajan Das, who retired as senior bank manager said he was hail and substantial afterward and some time past said he’d returned after residing for three months with his dad lately.
He used to speak to me and was an extremely jolly man. He needed to return and had come to Karari four years ago, included Harbhajan. After his cremation there all other rites will be performed at our native area he said.