The Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar Award was instituted in the memory and honour of legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, affectionately known as Lata didi, who died at the age of 92 on February 6.
State leader Narendra Modi on Sunday got the primary Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar Award for his magnanimous support of the country and society at the 80th yearly Master Deenanath Mangeshkar Awards function in Mumbai.
Modi, who was prior in Jammu and Kashmir, left for Mumbai and showed up at Maharashtra's capital city at around 4.45 pm. Tending to the honor service, Modi said that he devotes this honor to all residents of the country. "Music can give a sensation of parenthood and love. Music can take you to the apex of enthusiasm and obligation. We as a whole are lucky that we have seen this force of music, this power as Lata didi," Modi said.
The Prime Minister likewise said that separated from being a ruler of music, Lata Mangeshkar was additionally his senior sister. "What can be a more prominent honor than to have the affection for a sister from Lata didi, who has given the endowment of adoration and feeling to ages," he added.
The Lata Deenanath Mangeshkar Award was organized in the memory and distinction of Lata Mangeshkar, lovingly known as Lata didi, who kicked the bucket at 92 years old on February 6. Alluding to Modi, who will be the primary beneficiary, the articulation added, "He is a worldwide legislator who has placed India on the way of worldwide authority. The staggering advancement that has, and, is occurring in each angle and aspect of our adored country is driven and enlivened by him. He is without a doubt probably the best chief our extraordinary country has found in its sublime history of millennia."
On February 6 evening, Modi offered his final appreciation to Lata Mangeshkar at the Shivaji Park in Mumbai where her memorial service was held. Taking to Twitter, Modi expressed prior in the day that her melodies drew out an assortment of feelings.