Nightingale Of Bollywood Passed Away
Named as “The Nightingale of Bollywood” Lata Mangeshkar died on 6 Feb at Breach Candy Hospital. Her demise is a great loss to the whole nation. She lived a wonderful life and passed away at the age of 92 years. She was blessed with such a melodious voice that she earned legendary awards like Bharat Ratna, Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan, and many more. Lists of her earned awards are very long and a whole new article can be written on them. Lata Mangeshkar sings her first Hindi song “Mata Ek Sapoot Ki Duniya Badal De Tu” for the Marathi film Called ‘Gajaabhaau’. This was released in 1943 and everyone praises her voice. She has sung thousands of songs in various regional languages like Hindi, Bengali, Marathi, and many more.
According to Doctors Lata Mangeshkar Was Recovering
According to the doctors, Lata Mangeshkar died due to multiple organ failure. Doctors were treating her since 11 January, after she was admitted to the hospital due to Covid-19 complications. She was in the ICU as the symptoms were major. But after a few days of treatment, she was showing improvements so doctors take off the ventilator. However, her health again showed complications. And on 6th February at 8:12 am she passed away in Breach Candy Hospital of Mumbai.
Government Actions After Her Demise
As our legend died to pay the respect central government declared mourning for two days. Maharashtra government showed respect by announcing a public holiday in the state on Monday. Goa government also showed their condolences and declared three-day mourning from 6 to 8 Feb. Prime Minister Narendra Modi also reached Shivaji Park to attend the state funeral.
As soon as the Prime Minister heard about the death of the singer, he showed grief and tweeted “I am anguished beyond words. The kind and caring Lata Didi has left us. She leaves a void in our nation that cannot be filled. The coming generations will remember her as a stalwart of Indian culture, whose melodious voice had an unparalleled ability to mesmerize people.”