Lata Mangeshkar. Naam Gum Jayega.

14 Sep

4 Responses to “Lata Mangeshkar. Naam Gum Jayega.”

  1. vinita18 September 16, 2014 at 02:57 #

    Such an ethereal, haunting song….pea river journal, how DID you stumble on this one from 8000 miles away?

    • Patricia September 16, 2014 at 03:08 #

      I have loved this song for some time. One of my son’s friends was singing Piya Ho at our house one day, and her voice was so sweet, like a bell, and I knew the melody from the film Water but fell in love with her style of singing. And she said, oh, I listen only to Lata all the time. And our family love for Lata began then.

      • vinita18 September 16, 2014 at 03:27 #

        Lata is born with a precious destiny that finds its way to every nook, corner and alley of this universe – your story so validates this! Thanks for sharing Trish! Thanks for putting my curiosity at rest. 🙂

    • Patricia September 16, 2014 at 03:10 #

      And I should say, as you know, Piya Ho is a Rahman song, not Lata, but the conversation with this girl led us to Lata. xx

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