New Delhi, November 6: Renowned Hindi bhajan singer Vinod Agarwal died in the early morning of Tuesday. He was 63. Vinod Agarwal was admitted to a private medical facility in Mathura after pain in chest on Sunday. His vital organs had stopped working, after which he was put on a ventilator.
Shivani Sharma, director of Nayati hospital where Vinod Agarwal was hospitalised, said the famous singer's condition was extremely critical and that he had been put on life support system.
Born in New Delhi in 1955, Agarwal is a popular bhajan singer for his imitable style of singing. He settled down in Vrindavan for his love for Lord Krishna. He has to his credit more than 1,500 live programmes across the country and has held shows in Singapore, Italy, Britain, Switzerland, France, Germany, Canada, Ireland and Dubai.