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Lata Mangeshkar Gets An Exotic Blue Rose Named After Her; View The Pic Inside To Go WOW!

Latestly 2018-11-07 17:42:00

Lata Mangeshkar: The iconic singer has voiced some of the greatest actresses across decades. (Photo credits: Wikimedia Commons/ Bollywood Hungama)

Lata Mangeshkar is very active on Twitter. Her energy and enthusiasm to discuss relevant topics is remarkable. One look at her Twitter account and you will know why is India's nightingale appreciated much on social media for her interest level.  And now this post has only made us happy thanks to the visual delight on offer. Mangeshkar with that beautiful post gives a message that goes on to show how popular is she the globe over.

Yes, a fan from Latin America, Argentina specifically has manged cultivated an exotic rose. He is  florist by profession and he named this  blue rose after Mangeshkar to showcase how much he loves and respect the singer and her work. Lata Mangeshkar on #MeToo Movement in Bollywood: Anyone Who Denies Woman Her Respect Must Be Taught a Lesson

"Namaskaar,

I was deeply touched by this, so sharing it with you all. Mr. Santiago Lopez, living in Argentina and Spanish by birth, is my fan and a florist by profession. He has named this flower Lata. He has also taken to learning Sanskrit, Hindi and Yoga. Humbled and grateful," she posted this message with this fabulous frame!



Namaskaar,

I was deeply touched by this, so sharing it with you all. Mr. Santiago Lopez, living in Argentina and Spanish by birth, is my fan and a florist by profession. He has named this flower Lata. He has also taken to learning Sanskrit, Hindi and Yoga. Humbled and grateful pic.twitter.com/Wi99NU1bDF

— Lata Mangeshkar (@mangeshkarlata) November 5, 2018


Mangeshkar is one of the best-known and most respected playback singers India has ever produced. She is a recipient of three National Film Awards and four Filmfare Best Female Playback Awards and many more. In her career spanning of over seven decades Mangeshkar has recorded songs for over a thousand Hindi films and sung in over thirty-six different foreign languages.