My entrails were in knots. She had just woken up but stepped out smiling, her long braid visible … her smile as serenely sweet as ever! Raised to avoid direct eye contact with those one reveres, my eyes focused on her feet and someday, when I get a tad luckier, I shall get a picture of them because … Hers are probably the most beautiful feet in the world. read more
Like the billion or more Indians, I, too have enjoyed Didi's voice which to me is ' Divine "! In my humble opinion our Didi is the undisputed " Swar Samragnee", the empress of Music and Melody. read more
"Such a museum on this world-wide web will be accessible globally and it will also let the visitor actually listen to her songs, see her videos, check out books on her and read articles, interviews and tributes related to her."- by Dr. Mandar V. Bichu. read more
"The 50s Lata voice was the epitome of perfection. Its tanpura-like resonance could have been the envy of even highly trained classical voices."- writes Chetan Vinchhi. read more
'It is ‘kichhu to chaahini aami…’ that has made me subconsciously aware of the phenomenon that is Lata Mangeshkar.'- writes Archisman Mozumder. read more
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The reference point
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The making of the Lata Museum
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