The nightgale of Indian singing, Lata Mangeshkar, died at the age of 92, due to complications from the Corona virus.
(India )- Today, Sunday, February 26, 2022, India’s Nightingale has left our world due to the Corona virus.
What Is lata Mangeshkar’s Death Reason ?
Lata was admitted to the intensive care unit in a Mumbai hospital after contracting the virus that caused her pneumonia, and her doctor requested that she be kept under observation for 10-12 days, but she died on Sunday due to complications.
The Indian government has ordered two days of national mourning for the late singer. The national flag will be flown at half-mast from Sunday through Monday, India’s Ministry of Home Affairs said in a statement Sunday. “There will be no official entertainment,” the ministry added.
Who Is lata Mangeshkar ?
Her real name is Hema Hardikar, and she is the daughter of singer and stage actor, the star of the thirties and forties, Dianas Hardikar, who later changed the family name to the Mangeshkar family.
He also changed the name of Hema to become Lata, and Lata loved singing and art from her father, and singing was her first and only passion, and her mother is Mrs. Shivante, who is the sister of Dianas’ first wife.
Mangeshkar was a playback singer — providing music to be mimed by actors — for innumerable Indian movies. Her soft voice, which could attain a high pitch with an unsurpassable ease became a part of almost every Indian household.
Known as the “Indian Nightingale”, Lata has recorded songs in over 1000 films in several languages, and has won 3 National Film Awards, a Dadasaheb Phalke Award and a Bharat Ratna Award, among other awards. Who Is lata Mangeshkar ?
Who is the husband of Lata Mangeshkar?
She has never married. She was known as the Nightingale of Bollywood. She was conferred India’s highest civilian award Bharat Ratna in 2001.
lata Mangeshkar Early Life
Lata Mangeshkar was born in 1929, the eldest daughter of Deenanath Mangeshkar, a Marathi and Konkani musician, and his wife Shevanti in Indore (in present-day Madhya Pradesh and then the capital of the princely state of Indore which was part of the Central India Agency in British India).
Her father, Deenanath Mangeshkar, was a classical singer and theatre actor. Her mother, Shevanti (later renamed Shudhamati), a Gujarati woman from Thalner, Bombay Presidency (now in northwest Maharashtra), was Deenanath’s second wife; his first wife Narmada, who had died, was Shevanti’s older sister.
lata Mangeshkar Songs
Lata recorded hundreds of songs, perhaps thousands, for many films, and it is difficult to determine the exact number.
lata mangeshkar last song
Lata Mangeshkar’s last recorded song was the Gayatri Mantra for Isha Ambani’s wedding.