Habib Miyan (May 20, 1879? – August 19, 2008), of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India, was an Indian man who claimed to have lived to 138 years of age. At times he stated that he was born in 1870 or 1878; on at least one occasion he said 1851.
Miyan's claim was based upon documents issued in 1938, identifying a man named Rahim Khan as having been born in 1878. Miyan said he had been using these documents since he was discharged from the army in 1938 to claim a pension, thus also making him the "world's longest-registered" old-age pensioner. Miyan became the oldest Hajj pilgrim to visit Mecca in 2004, after benefactors donated funds to underwrite the trip.