While the nation is in shock, people from a certain community mock Death of Lata Mangeshkar

While the nation is in shock, people from a certain community mock Death of Lata Mangeshkar

“Our true nationality is mankind”. No one is born hating another person because of the colour of his skin or his background or his religion. People learn to hate and if they can learn to hate, they can also be taught to love, for love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.

With social media dominating the world, people get to express their own opinion. But at times, netizens come up with comments which are deemed contrary to the spirit of human values.

We have come across people shaming or trolling every second person for their posts on social media. Be it right or wrong reason, some people still find a reason to troll them.

Meanwhile, just a day ago, Nightingale of Indian Cinema, Lata Mangeshkar passed away at the age of 92 due to multiple-organ failure. India declared 2 days of national mourning with “public broadcaster” Doordarshan declaring that Mangeshkar will be given a state funeral and that the national flag will fly at half-staff.

Her last rites took place at 6:30 pm (13:00GMT) yesterday. She never married and is survived by her four siblings, all accomplished singers and musicians. Condolence messages poured in quickly after her demise. 

While the nation is in shock, people from a certain community mock the Death of Lata Mangeshkar. Take a look at it below.

On the other hand, Lata Mangeshkar kick-started her career in 1942 when she was only 13 years. In a legendary career spanning over seven decades, she sang more than 30,000 songs in 36 languages. Her popularity extended even beyond India.

Notably, she was celebrated not only in nations likes Pakistan and Bangladesh but also in some Western countries. She was awarded the “Bharat Ratna”, which is India’s highest civilian honour in 2001.

It is also worth mentioning here that the government of France conferred on her its highest civilian award, “Officier de la Legion d’Honneur”, in 2007. She enthralled music lovers in India and across the globe with her euphonious and sublime voice for many decades. Her voice was recognized by billions of people. 

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