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To Lata Mangeshkar, From Rahman And Others From Music World


To Lata Mangeshkar, From Rahman, Shreya Ghoshal And Others From Music World

A throwback of Lata Mangeshkar and AR Rahman. (courtesy: AnilKapoor)

Highlights

  • Lata Mangeshkar died on Sunday
  • She died on the age of 92 in a Mumbai hospital
  • She was admitted to the hospital on January 8

New Delhi:

Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar died in Mumbai’s Breach Sweet Hospital on Sunday on the age of 92. ‘The Nightingale Of India’, as she was popularly recognized, was taken to the intensive care unit on January 8 after testing optimistic for COVID-19. The icon, who offered generations with unbridled pleasure by way of her songs, has been India’s favorite voice ever since her debut within the Forties. The loss, due to this fact, feels private to scores of followers who’ve been paying tributes to the singer for the reason that information of her demise was made public. Famend personalities from varied fields have expressed their deepest condolences on social media.

Members of the music business, particularly, have expressed profound grief over the demise of the doyenne. Music composer-singer AR Rahman who has labored with Lata Mangeshkar a number of occasions shared a photograph with the icon and wrote, “Love, respect and prayers.”

Singer Shreya Ghosal shared a black-and-white picture of Ms Mangeshkar and mentioned, “Feeling numb. Devastated. Yesterday was Saraswati Puja and as we speak Ma took her blessed one along with her. In some way it feels that even the birds, timber and wind are silent as we speak. Swar Kokila Bharat Ratna. Lata Mangeshkar ji your divine voice will echo until eternity. Relaxation in peace. Om Shanti.”

“Music has been orphaned as we speak,” singer Adnan Sami mentioned. “Our ‘Nightingale’ has flown away. We now have been left unvoiced in the dead of night. We’ll actually miss her and but really feel blessed that we lived throughout her lifetime and had the privilege of respiratory the identical air that she as soon as breathed. Thanks for every little thing, expensive Didi.”

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Singer Shaan shared classic photos of the legend on Instagram and wrote, “She was Heaven Despatched to us so we’d know what the Voice of God seems like…Voice of Maa Saraswati…Voice of Divinity.” Talking of his bond with Ms Mangeshkar, he added, “Because of my Father, I’ve had the great fortune of getting her affections and blessings by way of all these years.” 

 Singer Chinmayi Sripaada mentioned, “It truly is the tip of an period. At the same time as  Lata ji passes on from this bodily realm – she’s going to all the time dwell on and her voice will all the time be with us.”

“Deeply saddened to listen to that Lata Didi handed away! No phrases. She was Maa Sarasvati for me and all of the singers,” singer Kumar Sanu wrote, paying respects to Ms Mangeshkar. He additionally mentioned, “She was a blessing for the music business. Bhagwan unki atma ko shanti de. Om Shanti.”

Singer-composer Vishal Dadlani shared a be aware about his interplay with the legendary singer. “She known as me over the last Indian Idol season. She was stuffed with laughter and pleasure when speaking about music.  I am damaged on the considered that chat along with her. So grateful for all that Lata Mangeshkar ji taught me and each musician in India, and that I obtained to thank her in particular person.”

Suresh Wadkar shared a throwback image of himself with Ms Mangeshkar. Within the caption (initially in Hindi), he wrote, “At the moment, on the day of Saraswati immersion, our Mom Saraswati went again to her world. Via her voice she can be with us eternally”

Composer- guitarist Ehsaan Noorani shared a picture of the late singer and mentioned, “There was magic in her voice …generations can be blessed by her songs.”

Singer Lisa Mishra shared a photograph of Ms Mangeshkar and wrote, “It’s going to by no means be the identical. My earliest reminiscences are of my mother singing Lata Ji’s songs by way of each room of my childhood residence. These are the songs that made me sing, hers is the voice that gave me mine.”

Neha Kakkar too shared an image and wrote, “Meri Awaz Hello Pehchaan Hai…Lata Mangeshkar Ji jaisa Koi Nahin hoga kabhi (There can be none like Lata Mangeshkar).”

As a mark of respect for the legendary singer, the nationwide flag will fly at half-mast for 2 days. The funeral can be held this night at 6.30 pm with full state honours.



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