Sachin Tendulkar
On Sunday, Sachin Tendulkar offered a heartfelt tribute to Lata Mangeshkar, who passed away.

“I feel blessed” to have been in Lata Mangeshkar’s life, Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar said Sunday.

Sachin Tendulkar, an Indian cricket legend, stated on Sunday that he was “lucky” to have been a part of Lata Mangeshkar’s life. On Sunday, Lata Mangeshkar, who was 92 years old, passed away. After being diagnosed with COVID-19 and pneumonia, the iconic singer was rushed to Mumbai’s Breach Candy hospital on January 8th. Tendulkar came to Mumbai’s Breach Candy hospital, the final resting place of the great vocalist. The former cricketer also remarked that the iconic singer would always live on in our hearts because of her songs.

“I am grateful to have had the opportunity to know Lata Didi. She was a constant source of encouragement and affection for me. A part of me has also been snatched away by her death. We’ll remember her forever through the music she left behind “In a tweet, Sachin Tendulkar referred to himself.

In the meantime, Lata Mangeshkar will be remembered with a two-day period of national mourning. A State funeral and the flying of the national flag at half-mast are also planned as a gesture of respect.

Known as the “Nightingale of India,” Mangeshkar was an Indian playback vocalist and occasional music composer.

She was 13 when she started her career in 1942, the year after her birth, on September 28th, 1929. Over the course of a seven-decade career, the melody queen recorded more than 1,000 Hindi film songs. There were around thirty-six Indian languages and other languages that she had sung in.

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