(Kajal Singh intern journalist):
Except for the few tribals living in the forests, today there will be hardly any person in the world who does not brush or dent. But today we are going to tell you about a man who was once considered one of the strongest leaders in the world, but says that he never brushed his teeth in his life. The name of this person is Mao Tse Tung, also known as Mao Jedong. Ma Xi’s doctor, Ji Xi Li, has written a book on his life, titled ‘The Private Life of Chairman Mao’. In this, he has told many surprising things about this leader of China.
According to Ji Xi Li’s book, ‘Mao used to rinse tea to clean teeth instead of brushing when he woke up. This was his daily job. Looking at their teeth, it was as if someone had painted them green. ‘ Not only this, but Mao also used to bathe occasionally. It is said that he hated bathing.
Mao Tse Tung was completely different from the world in terms of sleeping and getting up. It is said that his day started at night. When the whole world used to sleep, they used to work and when it was time for people to get up, they used to go to sleep. One more thing about him and what is most famous is that Mao always slept on his own bed because he could not sleep on any other bed. Even when he used to travel abroad, his bed was always with him.
Born in Shaoshan town of Hunan province on December 26, 1893, Mao was one of the most influential people in the world. He was named among the 100 most influential people of the 20th century by the famous Time magazine. The people of China consider him a great administrator. He believes that Mao was the one who played an important role in making China a major power in the world with economic, technological, and cultural development through its policies and programs.
However, 62 years ago, due to a terrible mistake of Mao, crores of people were also killed. In fact, in 1958 Mao started a campaign, known as the ‘Four Pest Campaign’. Under this, he ordered to kill four creatures (mosquito, fly, rat, and sparrow bird). However, their stakes were reversed later, due to which there was a terrible famine in China and people became hungry. It is believed that at that time about 15 million or 150 million people died due to hunger.

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