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Lata Mangeshkar Had Walked Out Of School After Asha Bhosle Was Not Allowed To Attend Class

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Lata
Mangeshkar,
known
by
the
affectionate
moniker
Nightingale
of
India,
passed
away
early
on
Sunday
(February
6)
at
the
age
of
92.
Many
actors
and
singer
paid
their
last
respects
to
the
legendary
singer
earlier
this
week.
Tributes
have
been
pouring
on
social
media
as
well
as
throwback
pictures
as
people
reminisce
the
singer’s
best
career
moments.

lata mangeshkar

Reports
of
Lata
ji’s
personal
moments
have
been
making
rounds
on
the
internet.
Recently
a
report
revealed
that
the
late
singer
had
stopped
going
to
school
on
finding
out
her
sister
wasn’t
allowed
to
attend
class.

Lata
Mangeshkar
had
taken
her
10-month-old
sister
Asha
with
her
to
the
class,
however,
the
teacher
objected
to
having
a
child
with
her.
She
reportedly
went
back
home
angry
and
did
not
return
to
school.
She
later
learnt
Marathi
alphabets
from
her
house
help
who
taught
the
singer
to
read
and
write
the
basics.

Lata
Mangeshkar
had
opened
up
about
the
same
to
filmmaker-author
Nasreen
Munni
Kabir.
He
quote
her
in
his
book

Lata
Mangeshkar…In
Her
Own
Voice
,
and
wrote,
“I
took
her
in
my
arms
and
off
I
went.
When
I
entered
the
class,
I
sat
down
with
Asha
in
my
lap.
The
teacher
said
firmly:
‘Babies
aren’t
allowed
here.’
I
was
very
angry
and
got
up.
I
took
Asha
home
and
never
went
back.”

Lata Mangeshkar's Demise: Singer's Doctor Reveals She Had A Smile On Her Face Even During Her Last DaysLata
Mangeshkar’s
Demise:
Singer’s
Doctor
Reveals
She
Had
A
Smile
On
Her
Face
Even
During
Her
Last
Days

Recalling
how
she
was
enrolled
into
the
school,
Lata
ji
revealed
she
occasionally
did
tag
along
with
her
cousin
Vasanti
to
school
and
would
attentively
listen
to
the
teacher
during
the
music
classes.
She
said,
“One
day,
the
teacher,
pointing
at
me,
asked
my
cousin:
‘Who
is
she?’
I
jumped
up
saying:
‘I
am
Master
Deenanath’s
daughter!’
She
said:
‘He
is
such
a
great
singer.
Can
you
sing?’
I
told
her
I
could
sing
many
raags,
and
rattled
off
their
names:
Malkauns,
Hindol,
etc.”

“She
led
me
straight
off
to
the
staff
room
where
all
the
teachers
were
sitting
and
asked
me
to
sing.
So,
I
sang
a
classical
song
based
on
Hindol.
I
was
four
or
five,”
the
book,
published
by
Niyogi,
added.

Amrita Rao Reveals She Had An Eerie Experience On The Day Of Lata Mangeshkar's DemiseAmrita
Rao
Reveals
She
Had
An
Eerie
Experience
On
The
Day
Of
Lata
Mangeshkar’s
Demise

Lata
Mangeshkar
revealed
that
she
learnt
Hindi
from
her
cousin
Indira
and
later
from
a
person
in
Bombay
named
Lekhraj
Sharma.
The
late
singer
had
also
learned
Urdu,
Bengali
and
a
little
bit
of
Punjabi.
She
also
sang
in
Tamil
and
could
understand
Sanskrit.


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