Why Did PM Modi Recall Lata Mangeshkar Ahead Of Ayodhya Ram Temple's Consecration Ceremony? Said, ‘Didi Will Be Missed.’
Why Did PM Modi Recall Lata Mangeshkar Ahead Of Ayodhya Ram Temple's Consecration Ceremony? Said, ‘Didi Will Be Missed.’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed on January 17 that the nation will deeply feel the absence of the beloved legendary singer, Lata Mangeshkar, leading up to the consecration (Pran Pratishtha) ceremony of the Ayodhya Ram Temple.

Taking to social media platform X (formerly Twitter), PM Modi shared, “As the nation eagerly anticipates January 22, one of those we will dearly miss is our beloved Lata Didi.” He posted the shloka, ‘Shree Ramarpan, Mata Ramo Matpita Ramchandrah,’ sung by Lata Mangeshkar, highlighting that it was her final recording.

In anticipation of the Ayodhya Ram Temple consecration ceremony scheduled for January 22, PM Modi remarked, “As the nation awaits January 22 with great enthusiasm, one of the people who will be missed is our beloved Lata Didi. Here is a Shlok she sang. Her family told me that it was the last Shlok she recorded. #ShriRamBhajan.”

Lata Mangeshkar, The ‘Nightingale of India

Lata Mangeshkar, hailed as the ‘Nightingale of India,’ dominated the music industry for decades. Born on September 28, 1929, she garnered numerous honours during her lifetime, including the Dadasaheb Phalke Award and the Bharat Ratna in 2001. 2007 France honoured her with the Officer of the National Order of the Legion of Honour.

Her illustrious career encompassed three National Film Awards, fifteen Bengal Film Journalists’ Association Awards, four Filmfare Best Female Playback Awards, two Filmfare Special Awards, and the Filmfare Lifetime Achievement Award.

Lata Mangeshkar Golden Career

Lata Mangeshkar made history as the first Indian playback singer to perform at London’s Royal Albert Hall in England 1974. She passed away at 92 on February 6, 2022, due to multi-organ failure, but her musical legacy lives on in the hearts of devoted fans. Some of her renowned works include ‘Ajeeb Dastan Hai Ye,’ ‘Ae Mere Watan Ke Logo,’ ‘Lukka Chuppi,’ and ‘Tere Liye.’

Prime Minister Modi is set to be the chief guest at the ‘Pran Pratishtha’ ceremony, attended by various prominent political and public figures. Ayodhya is currently immersed in the celebrations of Amrit Mahotsav, marking the occasion, which commenced on January 14 and will culminate on January 22.

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