Mumbai. Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar has left the world. 92-year-old Lata ji passed away on Sunday morning at Breachcandy Hospital in Mumbai. Lata ji was lit with moist eyes by her brother at Shivaji Park in Mumbai. During this, people from many fields including politics, sports, entertainment world participated in this last journey of Lata ji.
Lata Mangeshkar was infected with the corona virus, after which she also developed pneumonia. For this reason, she was admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai for the past one month. But in the end she could not win the battle with death. Lata Mangeshkar breathed her last on Sunday morning at 8:12 am. Lata Mangeshkar loved her father Dinanath Mangeshkar very much and that is why Swara Kokila remembered her father even in her last time.
The ‘Lata Di’ of 138 crore Indians, who made people cry every time by singing ‘Aye mere watan ke logon, zara aankh mein bhar lo paani’, went to Asthal with the sun on Sunday. 92-year-old Lata Mangeshkar, who was called ‘Didi’ of the country, died on Sunday morning at Breach Candy Hospital due to corona and pneumonia. Lata Mangeshkar, who was in the hospital for four weeks, tried to harmonize with her father Master Deenanath Mangeshkar’s songs two days ago even when she regained consciousness for the last time.
When Saraswati idols worshiped a day ago came out for immersion on Sunday, this time Mother Saraswati went on taking her lifelong seeker along with her. The Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi also reached to bid farewell to Lata Mangeshkar. At the time of the funeral, a gathering of eminent personalities of the country was seen at the Shivaji Park ground here.
The streets of South Mumbai have seen the struggle of Lata Mangeshkar. When Lata Mangeshkar’s last journey left for Shivaji Park from her residence Prabha Kunj, it took about one and a half hours to cover this route of a few minutes. People arriving from different areas of Mumbai and Maharashtra were seen on both sides of the way. Picture of Lata Mangeshkar in someone’s hands and a flower bouquet in someone’s hands.
Some even brought their children along to show that the era in which you were born will now be known as Lata Yuga. Lata Mangeshkar, who was the favorite singer of seven generations of the country, was given a final farewell with state honors. The three wings of the Indian Army, Land, Naval and Navy saluted him. After paying tribute to Lata Mangeshkar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also circumambulated her body and offered condolences to the bereaved family members.