Lata Mangeshkar, a well-known vocalist, died on February 6th in Mumbai. The devastating news sent the entire country to tears. The singer, also known as the Nightingale of India, was put to rest with full state honors at Mumbai’s Shivaji Park. In honor of the iconic singer, a two-day national mourning period will be observed, with the national flag flying at half-mast across the country. As soon as the news came, condolences to the wonderful singer poured in.
While the great singer’s songs were always the centerpiece of her career, her sister Asha Bhosle‘s friendship was equally valued. Asha Bhosle published a rare photo on her social media profile a few minutes ago, reminiscing about happy moments. The singer shared a childhood photograph from her book on her official social media handle. The singer selected a childhood picture from her album and posted it on her official social media handle. Along with the picture, Asha wrote, “Bachpan ke din bhi kya din the. Didi and I.” The unseen picture grabbed the singers’ fans’ attention who paid their tribute in the comment section.
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Lata Mangeshkar passed away after being hospitalized for several days. She was analyzed with COVID-19 and pneumonia. While she was in the hospital, Asha Bhosle would often visit her. The singer had also been exposed to a news portal that she held a particular puja for Lata Mangeshkar at her home. “Unke ghar par (Prabhukunj, Peddar Road) Shiv Bhagawan ke rudras bithaye hain aur puja-paath kar rahe hain for her recovery (Lord Shiva Rudras has been placed at her house and pujas are being organized for her recovery”.
Widely known as the Nightingale of India, the singer sang more than 30,000 songs in several Indian vocabularies.
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