Lata Mangeshkar Hails Acts Of Humanity Amid Multiple States Battling Floods, Sends A Message


Legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar recently extended an important message about spontaneous acts of humanity.

Written By Diyali Banerjee | Mumbai | Updated On:

Amidst flood situations in different parts of the country, legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar recently extended an important message about spontaneous acts of humanity. The veteran musician took to Twitter and shared a couple of viral photographs of humans and animals battling floods. While in the first picture of a man, believed to belong to Kerala, can be seen carrying a calf on his back in a bid to rescue it from the flooded waters in the area, in the second picture a girl can be seen carrying a puppy in a container on her head. 

Sharing the eye-grabbing pictures, Lata Mangeshkar wrote, "Namaskaar, The only true way to worship God is by pure and spontaneous acts of humanity."

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Anand Mahindra moved by the poignant image

However, Lata Mangeshkar is not the only celebrity to come across the poignant visual. Previously, Mahindra Group Chairman and entrepreneur Anand Mahindra had made a very important point sharing one of these photographs on Twitter. Sharing the picture where the man can be seen carrying the calf, he urged fellow humans to take responsibility for their actions which have come with a price. 

"This is indeed an iconic & profoundly moving image. I see it as a message about how we humans need to finally take responsibility for what we have inflicted on the planet & the species that inhabit it. It’s our job to move the world back to safer ground..." he wrote in a post dated August 11. 

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