Lata Mangeshkar passed away due to post-Covid-19 intricacies on Sunday at 92 years old. She was admitted to Mumbai's Breach Candy hospital on January 8. Mangeshkar was granted the Bharat Ratna, the nation’s highest civilian award, in 2001.

Government has reported two-day public grieving in the memory of incredible artist Lata Mangeshkar, who died on Sunday. Under this, the Tricolour was lowered in a mark of respect and all official entertainment programmes cancelled. The public authority will notice state grieving with the banner at half-mast through Monday, said Union home ministry.

Here’s a list of states that have announced state mourning in the memory of the legendary singer:

The Maharashtra government reported a public occasion as well as one-day grieving on Monday as a characteristic of regard to song sovereign Lata Mangeshkar. The Bombay High Court, in the meantime, declared the suspension of all its legal proceedings on February 7 at every one of its seats over the death of the artists. According to an authority articulation, Subordinate Courts in Maharashtra, South and North Goa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu and Silvassa will stay shut on Monday.

West Bengal: Chief priest MamataBanerjee's office reported that West Bengal will notice half-day holiday on Monday in the memory of Mangeshkar. Banerjee likewise declared on Twitter that the melodies of the Bharat Ratna awardee will be played at each open spot, government establishment and traffic lights for the following 15 days.

Uttar Pradesh: The state organization on Sunday pronounced a two-day grieving over the demise of amazing artist Lata Mangeshkar. According to an authority proclamation, the grieving is being seen from February 6 to February 7, 2022.

Karnataka: The Karnataka government has declared two days of state grieving as a sign of regard to Mangeshkar. During these two days, the public banner will be flown at half-pole and all open amusement projects will be denied.

Tamil Nadu: The state government reported two days of grieving on Sunday. In a message imparted to the Union home service, the Tamil Nadu government said that the national flag would be half-mast as a characteristic of regard to the vocalist.

Uttarakhand: The Uttarakhand government on Sunday announced two days of state grieving on the demise of incredible vocalist Lata Mangeshkar. According to the public authority's announcement, the flag will stay half-masted in the public authority workplaces of the state. No social projects will be coordinated.

Madhya Pradesh: The Madhya Pradesh government has announced a two-day state grieving as a mark of regard for Mangeshkar. During the state grieving, the flag will be flown at half-pole all through Madhya Pradesh and there will be no authority amusement occasions during this period, an administration proclamation said. Mangeshkar was born in Madhya Pradesh's Indore on September 28, 1929.

Goa: The state government has announced three-day state grieving - from February 6 to February 8 - in recognition for Mangeshkar. . "The State Government has declared 03 days State Mourning, i.e from February 6 to 8, 2022 due to sad demise of Lata Mangeshkar, the Nightingale of India," tweeted the Department of Information and Publicity, Government of Goa.

Chhattisgarh The Bhupesh Baghel government in Chhattisgarh has announced two days of state mourning. "The national flag will fly at half-mast at all government buildings on February 6 and 7 as a mark of respect to the legendary singer. There will be no entertainment and cultural programs will be organized at the government level," said the chief minister's office in a statement posted on Twitter.

Sikkim: The northeastern state also has declared a two-day grieving. Sikkim chief minister Prem Singh Tamang on Sunday said that the 'Songbird of India' will survive her melodies.