Dairy brand paid tributes to Bharat Ratna awardee Lata Mangeshkar who passed away on Sunday at the age of 92.
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The brand shared the new cartoon featuring the celebrated singer in a monochromatic post on Twitter this evening.
The doodle features three images of the legendary singer – one where she could be seen singing with a mic stand, another with veena in her hands and the third one gives a glimpse of a younger Lata.

Honouring the Nightingale of India, the dairy brand wrote, “Hum jahan jahan chalengye apka saaya sath hoga’,” in referencing to her memorable song ‘Tu jahan jahan chlega mera saya sath hoga,’ from 1966 cult classic ‘Mera Saaya’.

For the unversed, the last rites of legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar were conducted at Shivaji Park on Sunday in Mumbai with full state honours.

The vehicle in which her body was taken to the stadium was completely decorated with white flowers and also had a massive photo of hers. The coffin in which her mortal remains were placed was also wrapped in tricolour as the army marched along.

For the final rites, Prime Minister Narendra Modi came to pay his last respects.


Global economic uncertainty apparently isn’t diminishing foreign demand for U.S. cheese, according to a monthly market update from the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC). Multiple factors, especially adequate cheese supplies at competitive prices, put the U.S. in a position to continue export growth in the near term and increase its presence in the international market.

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