A 5,000-year-old man is accepted to be as yet alive and found in the Siva Temple close Lakhimpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. Ashwatthama or Drain was the child of master Drona, and he is the grandson of the Brahmin sage Bharadwaja. Ashwaddhama is a strong Maharathi who battled on the Kaurava side against the Pandavas. Ashwatthama is considered as avatar of one of the eleven Rudras and one of the seven Chiranjivi. Alongside his maternal uncle Kripa, Ashwatthama is accepted to be a living survivor of the Kurukshetra War. The bits of gossip about his passing prompted the demise of Drona by Prince Dhrishtadyumna. The last president of the Kauravas, Ashwatthama butchers numerous in the Pandava camp in a sneak assault. Appalled, Krishna then reviled Ashwatthama that he will meander in the woods for a long time with blood and puss overflowing out of his wounds and weeping for death.