1 thought on “Lata’s Gone But . . . Aayega Aanewala

  1. I think that looking at gender when considering a nation is a really interesting way to look at the impact people have on their countries. The line that says “The nation has in most cultures been conceived as feminine” was something I had never thought of but when I saw it written I understood and realized I agreed. I think this was a fantastic angle to look at the life of a person who held so much adoration from the people of India and had so much influence. Could it be that the prominence of Lata Mangeshkar in the culture and her influence plays a role in this perception the rest of the world has of India?


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