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This is how a Delhi Mehendi artist paid tribute to music legend Lata Mangeshkar


Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar, who was adored by billions of fans around the world, left for her heavenly home on the morning of February 6. His death left a void in the hearts of many, but his music will live long. The singer has touched millions of souls with her melodious voice, and one of those people is Vijay Kumar, a Mehendi artist from Delhi. On various occasions, happy or sad, we have seen artists express their happiness and sorrow through their works. Likewise, Vijay also paid tribute to the singer in his own style. He drew a portrait of the late singer with henna on his wife’s hand.

In the clip, a phone is placed next to a hand, on which Vijay draws the portrait. He draws the exact same picture with heena on his wife’s hand and the details are unmissable. Along with the pic, Vijay also wrote “RIP” with heena making it one of the most heartfelt tributes. Posting the clip via his Instagram handle, he captioned it – “RIP Queen of Voice, Lata Mangeshkar will forever be alive in our hearts.” Vijay even added the popular and much-loved song Lata ji Lag Ja Gale in the background of the video.

Watch the video that shows him drawing a very intricate portrait of Lata Mangeshkar:

Netizens are loving Vijay’s tribute to the veteran singer, and his clips have now gone viral on social media. People were amazed at the detail he brought to the mehendi and all praised the artist for capturing the portrait of the legendary singer so perfectly.

In a chat with Hindustan Times, Vijay shared that just like billions of his fans, he was also saddened when he heard the news of Lata Ji’s passing.

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Vijay mentioned that he grew up listening to his songs so he was extremely saddened to hear the disheartening news. The only way, he said, “that I could think of to honor her was by drawing a portrait of her on my wife’s hand.”

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