After the death of the “Indian nightingale” on February 7, Modi spoke out overnight and ordered flags to fly at half-mast across the country

2022-05-06 0 By

It is the unforeseen that always happens.No one knows which will come first, tomorrow or accident.February 7th is likely to be a very heavy and sad day for indians as a whole.It was the day one of India’s “national treasures” died.Bollywood superstar and legendary singer Rata Mangiska, known internationally as the “Nightingale of India”, died on February 7 at the age of 92.In after he heard the news, the Indian national mourning, prime minister, Mr Modi overnight, said “sister caring of the tower, India was unable to fill the blank of”, saying “their pain can’t describe in words,” then has captivated people praise of beautiful voice ability is incomparable, future generations will remember that she is a staunch supporter of the Indian culture.Meanwhile, Modi ordered flags at all government offices across the country to fly at half-mast and said he would pay his respects to the “Nightingale of India” by travelling to Mumbai for Latta’s state funeral.It is clear from the words “state funeral, flag flying at half-mast” and modi’s statements that the “Nightingale of India” is very high in the hearts of The Indian people, and her death has indeed moved the country.So, this “Indian nightingale”, what kind of legendary experience?Ratha was born in 1929 in Madhya Pradesh, India, into a musical family. His father was a classical singer and actor.Although she did not attend a formal music school, under the influence of her father’s acting career, She showed exceptional musical talent from an early age. She began learning classical music from her father at the age of five, made her first performance at the age of nine and recorded her first song at the age of 13.A month after recording her first song, her father died of a heart attack. Eight days later, her younger brother developed tuberculosis.At the age of 15, she met two excellent music teachers, and her talent was greatly stimulated. Later, she became the most successful female singer in India in the 1950s, and even “monopolized” the film backing vocals industry for a time.According to statistics, Rata recorded more than 50,000 songs in her life, won numerous awards and honors, her incomparable voice, not only witnessed the growth of generations of India, but also accompanied millions of families in India, her inspirational, legendary life has inspired countless Indian people.However, she has said that 75 percent of the glory and praise, as well as her legendary experiences and extraordinary achievements, are due to talent, and the rest is due to practice, patient study and perseverance. She has spent her life singing and composing beautiful music.It is also because of his legendary experience, extraordinary achievements and inspirational spirit that He has become a “national treasure” singer in India.The death of the legendary “Indian nightingale” was met with grief and sadness across India.In the end, the dead are gone, so are the living.The Indian nightingale may fly to another place and continue to sing.