Renowned Sufi Singer of Punjab, the younger of the two celebrated duo of Wadali brothers, died at 75 due to cardiac arrest.
Pyarelal, the younger brother of singer Puranchand Wadali, died at a private hospital.
P.M Narendra Modi led the nation in mourning Pyarelal's downfall.
Family supply told that Pyarelal was acknowledged to the hospital on Monday following a complaint of chest pain. He was put on the oxygen mask. But his healthiness sustained to decline.
Doctors told he could not be invigorated and he breathe last on Friday dawn.
Pyarelal's burial was held at his indigenous town Guru Ki Wadali in Amritsar area.
Pyarelal, the fifth generation of musical faction, is endured by his wife, two sons and three daughters.
The Sufi singers have executed at plentiful shows in India and other countries. Their famed records comprise 'Tu maane ya na maane dildara, aasan te tenu rab manya', 'Ik tu hi tu hi' and 'Chitthiye'. They chanted for the movie 'Pinjar'.
They were known for their humble beginning and they even earned national and international appreciation over the years thanks to their pure flair.
The PMO also tweeted: "distressed by the downfall of Pyarelal Wadali. His recitals attained huge fame worldwide. His work will persist to draw public towards the joys of Sufi melody. God may rest his soul in peace.