President Ram Nath Kovind met veteran singer Lata Mangeshkar at her residence in Mumbai during his current visit to the city. The official Twitter handle of the President has put up a picture from the meeting and hailed the legendary musician as 'the pride of India'. In the post, the country chief expressed his delight to meet the legendary musician and conveyed his best wishes. He also praised her for sweetening lives with her soulful melody and said that she 'continues to inspire us with her simplicity and grace'.
Here's the post:
Delighted to meet @MangeshkarLata ji at her residence in Mumbai. Conveyed my best wishes for her good health.— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) August 18, 2019
Lata ji, the pride of India, has sweetened our lives with her soulful melody. She continues to inspire us with her simplicity and grace #PresidentKovind pic.twitter.com/CnwjhJhzXT
Meanwhile, Lata Mangeshkar also shared a number of pictures from their recent encounter and said that she is honoured and humbled to meet the President of the country.
Here are the posts:
Namaskar,— Lata Mangeshkar (@mangeshkarlata) August 18, 2019
Was deeply honoured and humbled, when the The President of our country, Shri Ramnath Kovind ji, so gracefully came and met me at my residence. I stand in gratitude. Sir, you make us proud! @rashtrapatibhvn . pic.twitter.com/ht3ZaacYDK
नमस्कार.आज भारत के राष्ट्रपति आदरणीय श्री रामनाथ कोविंद जी,उनकी पत्नी श्रीमती सविता कोविंद जी और कन्या स्वाति कोविंद जी तथा महाराष्ट्र के राज्यपाल सी विद्यासागर राव जी और उनकी पत्नी विनोदा राव जी और महाराष्ट्र के शिक्षामंत्री श्री विनोद तावडे जी ने हमारे घर आकर हमें कृत-कृत किया. pic.twitter.com/vso6Xc17qj— Lata Mangeshkar (@mangeshkarlata) August 18, 2019
The President of India during his current visit to Mumbai attended the inauguration ceremony of the underground Bunker Museum at Raj Bhavan, in the city. The British-era bunker was discovered in 2016 and has 13 rooms such as Shell Store, Gun Shell, Cartridge Store, and Central Artillery Store. It will be opened to the public later this year. The official handle of the President shared pictures from the celebration in a consecutive post.
Take a look:
President Kovind inaugurated the underground Bunker Museum at Raj Bhavan, Mumbai.— President of India (@rashtrapatibhvn) August 18, 2019
The British-era bunker was discovered in 2016 and has 13 rooms such as Shell Store, Gun Shell, Cartridge Store and Central Artillery Store.
It will be opened to the public later this year. pic.twitter.com/j1AtsEmdYL