Lata Mangeshkar Returns Home After 28 Days

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By Lekhaka


Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar, the Nightingale of India who was admitted within the hospital from the previous 28 days, has lastly returned residence after a full restoration. The legendary singer was admitted to the Breach Candy hospital after she complained problem in respiration on November 11. She was later recognized with pneumonia.

After returning residence, the Nightingale took Twitter to replace her followers and wellwishers about her well being and thanked them for his or her prayers and desires.

Here is what Lata Mangeshkar stated on her return residence…

Lata Mangeshkar Returns Home After 28 Days


For the previous 28 days, I was at Breach Candy hospital…

I was recognized with pneumonia. The medical doctors most well-liked that I lengthen my keep within the hospital and go residence when fully wholesome.

Today, I am again residence with the blessings of Mai and Baba I have my deepest gratitude to all my well-wishers throughout. Your prayers and good needs have labored and I humbly bow down to every one among you.

My medical doctors at Breach Candy have been my guardian angels and I stand in everlasting gratitude to every one among them. The nursing workers has been distinctive. A particular thanks to the group of medical doctors who handled me with the utmost care and love… Dr. Pratit Samdani, Dr. Ashwin Mehta, Dr. Zareer Udwadia, Dr. Nishit Shah, Dr. Janardan Nimbolkar and Dr. Rajeev Sharma. Your countless love and blessings are treasured. Thank you, once more!”

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