How did Lata Mangeshkar die
Lata Mangeshkar, a fabulous singer-artist, passed away Sunday at Mumbai’s Breach Candy Hospital. She was 92. This evening, she was cremated at Mumbai’s notorious Shivaji Park with full state honors. Narendra Modi, the prime minister, attended the cremation. Because of the COVID-19 test that resulted in being positive on January 8, Lata Mangeshkar was shifted to the intensive care unit. She had to be placed on ventilator support on Saturday since her condition had worsened. Hospital doctors were covering her.
Lata Mangeshkar was given treatment for both COVID-19 and pneumonia.
According to her family, Lata Mangeshkar has minor symptoms and is in the intensive care unit because of her advanced age.
Lata Mangeshkar displayed hints of enhancement during the preceding weeks. But on Saturday, according to hospital officers, Lata Mangeshkar’s condition worsened, and she was formerly again placed on a ventilator, according to news agency ANI. Lata Mangeshkar was an iconic figure in Indian cinema and a recipient of the Bharat Ratna, Padma Vibhushan, Padma Bhushan, and Dadasaheb Phalke Awards. She sang playback for a large number of Hindi films and also sang in several indigenous languages, similar to Marathi and Bengali.
Lata Mangeshkar, from a well-known musical family, also produced a few films and wrote some music. She was referred to as the “Indian Nightingale” in popular culture.
One of the first people to communicate the tragic news was Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who expressed his “anguish beyond words.”
Modiji tweeted and said-
“Our beloved Lata Didi has passed away. She leaves an unfillable hole in our country. She would be remembered as a pillar of Indian culture by future generations, whose melodic voice had an unmatched capacity to enthrall listeners.
Lata Mangeshkar’s “golden voice is everlasting and will continue to reverberate in the hearts of her devotees,” according to Congressman Rahul Gandhi.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah posted a photo of himself with the iconic singer and the caption, “Her passing is a personal tragedy for me.”
Anand Mahindra, a business magnate, posted a black-and-white photo of Lata Mangeshkar with the caption, “What can you say when you no longer have your voice…?”
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