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Lata Mangeshkar - Bhajans From  Films - MFPE 1001 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Lata Mangeshkar - Bhajans From  Films - MFPE 1001 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Lata Mangeshkar - Bhajans From  Films - MFPE 1001 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Lata Mangeshkar - Bhajans From  Films - MFPE 1001 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Lata Mangeshkar - Bhajans From  Films - MFPE 1001 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
Lata Mangeshkar - Bhajans From Films - MFPE 1001 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record
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Lata Mangeshkar - Bhajans From  Films - MFPE 1001 - (Condition 90-95%) - LP Record

Lata Mangeshkar (About this sound pronunciation (help·info)) (born 28 September 1929) is an Indian playback singer, and occasional music-composer. She is one of the best-known and most respected playback singers in India.[2][3] Mangeshkar's career started in 1942 and has spanned over seven decades. She has recorded songs for over a thousand Hindi films and has sung songs in over thirty-six regional Indian languages and foreign languages, though primarily in Marathi and Hindi. She is the elder sister of singers Asha Bhosle, Hridaynath Mangeshkar, Usha Mangeshkar and Meena Mangeshkar. India's highest award in cinema, the Dadasaheb Phalke Award, was bestowed on her in 1989 by the Government of India. She is the second vocalist, after M. S. Subbulakshmi, to have ever been awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honour.[4]

Early career in the 1940s

In 1942, when Mangeshkar was 13, her father died of heart disease. Master Vinayak (Vinayak Damodar Karnataki), the owner of Navyug Chitrapat movie company and a close friend of the Mangeshkar family, took care of them. He helped Lata get started in a career as a singer and actress.

Mangeshkar sang the song "Naachu Yaa Gade, Khelu Saari Mani Haus Bhaari" which was composed by Sadashivrao Nevrekar for Vasant Joglekar's Marathi movie Kiti Hasaal (1942), but the song was dropped from the final cut. Vinayak gave her a small role in Navyug Chitrapat's Marathi movie Pahili Mangalaa-gaur (1942), in which she sang "Natali Chaitraachi Navalaai" which was composed by Dada Chandekar.[6] Her first Hindi song was "Mata Ek Sapoot Ki Duniya Badal De Tu" for the Marathi film, Gajaabhaau (1943).

Mangeshkar moved to Mumbai in 1945 when Master Vinayak's company moved its headquarters there. She started taking lessons in Hindustani classical music from Ustad Amanat Ali Khan. She sang “Paa Lagoon Kar Jori” for Vasant Joglekar's Hindi-language movie Aap Ki Seva Mein (1946),[6] which was composed by Datta Davjekar. The dance in the film was performed by Rohini Bhate who later became a famous classical dancer. Mangeshkar and her sister Asha played minor roles in Vinayak's first Hindi-language movie, Badi Maa (1945). In that movie, Lata also sang a bhajan, "Maata Tere Charnon Mein." She was introduced to music director Vasant Desai during the recording of Vinayak's second Hindi-language movie, Subhadra (1946).

Following the partition of India in 1947, Ustad Amanat Ali Khan migrated to newly formed Pakistan, so Mangeshkar started to learn classical music under Amanat Khan Devaswale, the nephew of Rajab Ali Khan. Pandit Tulsidas Sharma, a pupil of Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan, also trained her.

After Vinayak's death in 1948, music director Ghulam Haider mentored her as a singer. He introduced Mangeshkar to producer Sashadhar Mukherjee, who was working then on the movie Shaheed (1948), but Mukherjee dismissed Mangeshkar's voice as "too thin".[6] An annoyed Haider responded that in coming years producers and directors would "fall at Lata's feet" and "beg her" to sing in their movies. Haider gave Lata her first major break with the song "Dil Mera Toda, Mujhe Kahin Ka Na Chhora"—lyrics by Nazim Panipati—from the movie Majboor (1948), which became her first big breakthrough film hit. In an interview on her 84th birthday, in September 2013, Lata herself declared, "Ghulam Haider is truly my Godfather. He was the first music director who showed complete faith in my talent."[6][7]

Initially, Mangeshkar is said to have imitated the acclaimed singer Noor Jehan, but later she developed her own style of singing.[6] Lyrics of songs in Hindi movies are primarily composed by Urdu poets and contain a higher proportion of Urdu words, including the dialogue. Actor Dilip Kumar once made a mildly disapproving remark about Mangeshkar's Maharashtrian accent while singing Hindi/Urdu songs; so for a period of time, Lata took lessons in Urdu from an Urdu teacher named Shafi.[8]

One of her first major hits was "Aayega Aanewaala," a song in the movie Mahal (1949), composed by music director Khemchand Prakash and lip-synced on screen by actress Madhubala.[9]

1990s onwards

During the 1990s, she recorded with music directors including Anand-Milind, Nadeem-Shravan, Jatin Lalit, Dilip Sen-Sameer Sen, Uttam Singh, Anu Malik, Aadesh Shrivastava and A. R. Rahman. She recorded some non-film songs, including ghazals with Jagjit Singh. She has also sung with S. P. Balasubrahmanyam, Udit Narayan, Hariharan, Kumar Sanu, Suresh Wadkar, Mohammed Aziz, Abhijeet Bhattacharya, Roop Kumar Rathod, Vinod Rathod, Gurdas Maan and Sonu Nigam.

In 1990, Mangeshkar launched her own production house for Hindi movies which produced the Gulzar-directed movie Lekin.... She won her third National Film Award for Best Female Playback Singer for her rendition of the song "Yaara Sili Sili" from the film, which was composed by her brother Hridaynath.

Mangeshkar has sung for almost all the Yash Chopra films and films from his production house Yash Raj Films at that time, including Chandni (1989), Lamhe (1991), Darr (1993), Yeh Dillagi (1994), Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge (1995), Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) and later on Mohabbatein (2000), Mujhse Dosti Karoge! (2002) and Veer-Zaara (2004).

During 1990, Mangeshkar records with Ram Laxman in Patthar Ke Phool (1991), 100 Days (1991), Mehboob Mere Mehboob (1992), Saatwan Aasman (1992), I Love You (1992 film) (1992), Dil Ki Baazi (1993), Antim Nyay (1993), The Melody of Love (1993), The Law (1994), Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994), Megha (1996), Lav Kush (1997), Manchala (1999), and Dulhan Banoo Main Teri (1999).

A. R. Rahman recorded a few songs with Mangeshkar during this period, including "Jiya Jale" (Dil Se..), "Khamoshiyan Gungunane Lagin" (One 2 Ka 4), "Ek Tu Hi Bharosa" (Pukar), "Pyaara Sa Gaon" (Zubeidaa),"So Gaye Hain" (Zubeidaa) "Lukka chuppi" (Rang De Basanti), "O Paalanhaare" (Lagaan) and Laadli (Raunaq: Conversation of Music and Poetry)).[30] She made an appearance in the film Pukar singing this song.

In 1994, Lata Mangeshkar released Shraddanjali-My Tribute To The Immortals. The special feature of the album is that Lata offer her tributes to immortal singers of the time by rendering a few of their songs in her own voice. There are songs of K.L. Saigal, Rafi, Hemant Kumar, Mukesh, Punkaj Mallick and Kishore Kumar, Geeta dutt, Zohrabai, Amirbai, Parul Ghosh and Kanan Devi.[31]

Mangeshkar sang both, Rahul Dev Burman's first and last song. In 1994, she sang last song Kuch Na Kaho for Rahul Dev Burman in 1942: A Love Story.[32]

In 1999, Lata Eau de Parfum, a perfume brand named after her, was launched.[33]

In 1999, Mangeshkar was nominated as a member of Rajya Sabha.[34] However, she did not attend the Rajya Sabha sessions regularly, inviting criticism from several members of the House, including the Deputy Chairperson Najma Heptullah, Pranab Mukherjee and Shabana Azmi.[35][36] She stated the reason for her absence as ill-health; it was also reported that she had not taken a salary, allowance or a house in Delhi for being a Member of Parliament.[35][37]

In 2001, Lata Mangeshkar was awarded Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honor. In the same year, she established the Master Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital in Pune, managed by the Lata Mangeshkar Medical Foundation (founded by the Mangeshkar family in October 1989). In 2005, she designed a jewellery collection called Swaranjali, which was crafted by Adora, an Indian diamond export company. Five pieces from the collection raised £105,000 at a Christie's auction, and a part of the money was donated for the 2005 Kashmir earthquake relief.[38] Also in 2001, she recorded her first Hindi song with the composer Ilaiyaraaja, for the film Lajja; she had earlier recorded Tamil and Telugu songs composed by Ilaiyaraaja.

Lata Mangeshkar's song "Wada Na Tod" is in the film Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (2004) and on the film's soundtrack.

On 21 June 2007, she released an album Saadgi, featuring eight ghazal-like songs written by Javed Akhtar and composed by Mayuresh Pai.[39] On 12 April 2011, she released another album Sarhadein: Music Beyond Boundaries the album has a rare duet Tera Milna Bara Acha Lage by Lata Mangeshkar and Mehdi Hasan (written by Pakistan's Farhat Shahzad). The album features Usha Mangeshkar, Suresh Wadkar, Hariharan, Sonu Nigam, Rekha Bhardwaj and another Pakistani singer, Ghulam Ali.[40]

After 14 years, Lata Mangeshkar recorded a song for composer Nadeem-Shravan Kese Piya Sai Mein Kaho for Bewafaa (2005).[41] After Kitne Ajeeb Rishte Hain Yahan Par for Page 3 (2005) and Daata Sun Le for Jail (2009), Shamir Tandon once again recorded a song with Lata Mangeshkar Tere Hasne Sai Mujheko for the film Satrangee Parachute (2011).[42] After a gap Lata Mangeshkar is back in playback singing and recorded a song Jeena kya hai, jaana maine for the sequel of Kapil Sharma's queer love story Dunno Y... Na Jaane Kyun at her own studio.[43]

On 28 November 2012, Lata Mangeshkar launched her own music label, LM Music, with an album of bhajans, Swami Samarth Maha Mantra, composed by Mayuresh Pai. She sang with younger sister Usha on the album.[44] In 2014, she recorded Shurodhwani (Bengali songs, including poetry by Salil Chowdhury), also composed by Pai.

Record Details


Lata Mangeshkar - Bhajans From Films - MFPE 1001


Sadashiv Chitra, Vasu Films, V Shantaram ,  Parabat Films, M. P. D. Productions, Ranglok, Raj Kapoor, Sri Ganesh Prasad Movies, Bharat Chitra, Shakti Samanta , New Premier Films Ltd. & Yash Chopra.


Lata Mangeshkar


Sudhir Phadke, Ravi, Vasant Desai, Shankar Jaikishan, Khayyam, Laxmikant Pyarelal, Sonik Omi, Rahul Dev Burman, Roshan & Shiv Hari


Narendra Sharma, Rajinder Krishan, Bharat Vyas, Hasrat Jaiprui, Sahir Ludhianvi ,  Anand Bakshi, Indiwar, Satyendra Athaiya & Meerabai


Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan, Khandan, Do Aankhen Bara Hath, Ek Phool Char Kante, Chambal Ki Kassam, Sant Gyneshwar, Satyam Shivam Sundaram, Madhavi, Truck Driver, Amar Prem, Nau Bahar & Silsila

Releasing Year








Made In



The Gramophone Company Of India Limited

Serial No.

MFPE 1001

Side One

  • Jyoti Kalash Chhalke (Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Tumhin Mere Mandir (Khandan)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Ae Malik Tere Bandhe Ham (Do Aankhen Bara Hath)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Banwari Re (Ek Phool Char Kante)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Parmeshwar Rakhwala (Chambal Ki Kassam)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Jyot Se Jyot Jagate Chalo (Sant Gyenshwar)

Lata Mangeshkar

Side Two

  • Yashomati Maiya Se Bole Nandlala (Satyam Shivam Sundaram)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Sanjh Savere (Madhavi)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Kanha Re Kanha (Truck Driver)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Bada Natkhat Hai (Amar Prem)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Aeri Main To Prem Diwani (Nau Bahar)

Lata Mangeshkar

  • Jo Tum Todo Piya (Silsila)

Lata Mangeshkar



12 Inches


33 RPM

Record Condition


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Lyrics - 1 Bharat Vyas
Lyrics - 2 Rajinder Krishan
Lyrics - 3Narendra Sharma
Lyrics - 4 Hasrat Jaipuri
Lyrics - 5Sahir Ludhianvi
Lyrics - 6Anand Bakshi
Lyrics - 7 Indiwar
Lyrics - 8 Satyendra Athaiya
Lyrics - 9Meerabai
Music - 1Sudhir Phadke
Music - 2Ravi
Music - 3Vasant Desai
Music - 4Shankar
Music - 5Jaikishan
Music - 6Laxmikant
Music - 7Pyarelal
Music - 8Rahul Dev Burman
Music - 9Roshan
Music - 10Sonik
Music - 11Omi
Music - 12Khayyam
Producer - 1Sadashiv Chitra
Producer - 2 V Shantaram
Producer - 3Raj Kapoor
Producer - 4Yash Chopra
Producer - 5Shakti Samanta
Record Details
Releasing Year1982
Size33 RPM
Speed12 Inches
Singer - 1Lata Mangeshkar
Side1 - Song1Jyoti Kalash Chhalke (Bhabhi Ki Chudiyan)
Side1 - Song2Tumhin Mere Mandir (Khandan)
Side1 - Song3Ae Malik Tere Bandhe Ham (Do Aankhen Bara Hath)
Side1 - Song4Banwari Re (Ek Phool Char Kante)
Side1 - Song5Parmeshwar Rakhwala (Chambal Ki Kassam)
Side1 - Song6Jyot Se Jyot Jagate Chalo (Sant Gyenshwar)
Side2 - Song1Yashomati Maiya Se Bole Nandlala (Satyam Shivam Sundaram)
Side2 - Song2Sanjh Savere (Madhavi)
Side2 - Song3Kanha Re Kanha (Truck Driver)
Side2 - Song4Bada Natkhat Hai (Amar Prem)
Side2 - Song5Aeri Main To Prem Diwani (Nau Bahar)
Side2 - Song6Jo Tum Todo Piya (Silsila)