Chana, the man of 38 wives, 89 children and 33 grandsons, died at 76

Considered the largest family man in the modern world, Ziona Chana, leader of a religious sect, died Sunday at Trinity Hospital in Aizawl, India. Dead at 76, Ziona Chana will be mourned by a more than extended family.

In fact, 38 women, 89 children and 33 grandchildren are in mourning with his death. The particularity of this family is that they will be there to mourn the missing head of the family.

Ziona Chana had indeed managed to find a home for her large family. In the village of Baktwang Tlangnuam, the man lived with the whole family in a 100-room, four-story house. Very famous, his death was the subject of a government communication. Indeed, the news of Chana’s death was confirmed by Mizoram Chief Minister Zoramthanga the day before yesterday afternoon.

This polygamy practitioner was admitted to hospital after feeling unwell on June 7. A few days later, he died of high blood pressure and diabetes. “Mizoram and his village at Baktawng Tlangnuam have become a major tourist attraction in the state because of the family. Rest in peace sir! », Wrote village officials.