Chauraha to be built in Ayodhya in the name of Lata Mangeshkar, Bhajans and songs sung by Lord Ram and Hanuman will be played

In the honor of Lata Mangeshkar, a Bharat Ratna and Sura queen, a square will be built in Ayodhya. Yes, a crossroads will be named Lata Mangeshkar Chauraha in honor of the late singer in the city of Lord Ram. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has given instructions to the Ayodhya administration in this regard. In a directive issued from the Chief Minister’s Office, it has been said that within the next 15 days, a major intersection in Ayodhya should be identified and named after late Lata Mangeshkar. Not only this, it has also been said that songs and hymns of Lord Rama and Hanuman sung in the voice of Lata ji should be played in the city.

As soon as this directive came, the Ayodhya Municipal Corporation has started identification of major crossings across the city. It is understood that for this the main crossroads in Ayodhya will be chosen on the way to Ram Janmabhoomi. Ayodhya Mayor Hrishikesh Upadhyay said a major crossing would be finalized in the next 10 days.

Lata didi took her last breath on 6th February
Lata Mangeshkar died on 6 February this year at the age of 92. The country’s most famous and most celebrated singer, Lata Mangeshkar reportedly sang more than 50 thousand songs in her career. He spread the magic of his melodious voice in 36 languages ​​of the country and abroad. In 2001, the Government of India honored him with ‘Bharat Ratna’. The news of the death of Lata Didi, who won three National Awards, had shocked everyone. Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself had also attended the funeral rites of Lata didi after reaching Mumbai from Delhi.

When Lata Mangeshkar turned down the offer to sing at the wedding, said – even if you give 100 million dollars, I will not sing
Lata Mangeshkar was the owner of a luxurious house, left behind a convoy of expensive vehicles
Lata Mangeshkar was hospitalized in 28 days
Lata Mangeshkar was admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai for 28 days. The doctor treating her then told that Lata Di had got corona and pneumonia. Due to this he had to be put on ventilator as well. Lata Mangeshkar passed away on 6 February at 8:12 am. Doctors told that after pneumonia and corona, he had multiple organ failure. That is, many parts of the body had stopped working.