Top 10+ Most Famous Devotional Singers In India Ever

Devotional singing, known as bhajans or kirtan, can calm the mind so that the heart can open to the heavenly, permitting us to taste the happy reality that is our actual nature. A devotional singer may allude to a kind of artist who sings sacred or religious songs. A devotional melody goes with religious observances and customs. A devotional artist sings melodies that recount the immeasurable history or stories of god in different religions from over the world.

Devotional vocalists are accepted to worship the glory of god and his creation in their tunes and make a climate of peacefulness and spiritual devotion. Devotional artists may perform in shows, religious functions, sing amid religious celebrations, sing at blessed spots and they may even dispatch their own line of sound tapes.

List of Top Devotional Singers In India

Listed below are top 10 most famous & best devotional singers in India ever

11. Hansraj Raghuwanshi


Hansraj Raghuwanshi is an Indian folk singer and musician. He was born on October 24, 1997, in a small village in Madhya Pradesh, India. Hansraj Raghuwanshi is known for his soulful renditions of traditional folk songs and devotional music. He gained popularity with his song “Bhole Love You Se Tane” which he had recorded on his mobile phone and uploaded on YouTube. The song went viral, and Hansraj became an overnight sensation. He has since released several other popular songs, including “Mera Bhola Hai Bhandari” and “Sohna Yaar”.

10. Milind Chittal

Milind Chittal

Milind Chittal is an Indian traditional vocalist. He was trained under Firoz Dastur. Chittal has a profound and resounding voice with a decent range which is the highlight of his performances. His devotional collection Enchanting Ram Bhajans was named for GiMA honors’ for the best devotional album in 2015. Milind has recorded music collections for a few music organizations like Times Music, Magnasound, Mystica Music and Fountain Music.

9. Hemant Chauhan

Hemant Chauhan

Hemant Chauhan is a Gujarati author and singer. He spends significant time in Bhajan, religious and Garba tunes and other society classes. He got Akademi Ratna Award for his commitment to customary society music of Gujarat on 9 October 2012. He is much of the time alluded to as the Bhajan King of Gujarati Music, and is likewise thought to be one of the best artists of Sugam Sangeet. He has released numerous collections of devotional music.

8. K.S. Chithra

K.S. Chithra

S. Chithra is an Indian playback artist from Kerala. Chithra additionally sings Indian traditional, devotional, and well known music. She has sung in various Indian dialects. Chithra has won six National Awards as a best playback vocalist, the highest by any female playback artist. She has won the Kerala State Film Award 15 times. She has also won the Nandi grants Best Female Singer(Andhra Pradesh) 10 times, most number of wins. Aside from this she has won numerous different honors.

7. Sadhana Sargam

Sadhana Sargam

Sadhana Sargam is a playback vocalist of Indian silver screen with a profession crossing more than three decades. Other than film music, she sings devotional melodies, Classical music, ghazals and regional film melodies. Sargam had been granted the Lata Mangeshkar Award from the Government of Madhya Pradesh. She is the main playback vocalist who effectively took an interest and sings meditation tunes for spiritual establishments like Prajapita Brahmkumari Vishwavidyalaya and Satya Saibaba.

6. Sharma Bandhu

Sharma Bandhu

Sharma Bandhu (Sharma Brothers) alludes to four classical vocalist siblings, who perform bhajan and Hindu devotional music. They received Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 1989 by U. P. Government, in acknowledgement of their services in the field of religious music. Sharma Bandhu are most known for the Bhajan Suraj Ki Garmi Se, composed by Indeevar for Hindi movie Parinay (1974).

5. Jagjit Singh

Jagjit Singh

Jagjit Singh was a prestigious Indian vocalist, author and performer. He made extraordinary progress through his heartfelt and hypnotizing voice in a few types of singing running from sentimental tunes and devotional songs. His melodies just increased more prevalence with every passing day. A mesmerizing vocalist and an awesome individual, he set up himself as one of India’s most persuasive specialists and his tunes keep on communicating with the most profound human feelings.

4. Purshottam Das Jalota

Purushottam Das Jalota

Purshottam Das Jalota was Indian classical and devotional music artist, best known for his bhajans. In 2004, he was granted the Padma Shri by Government of India and Bhajan Samrat Award by All India Hindu Mahasabha. He learnt classical music from Master Ratan of Sham Chaurasia gharana. He step by step moved to singing Bhajans and set to tune a few Bhajans in view of Raagdari Sangeet. He considered this would spread India’s rich social legacy and also advance traditional music.

3. Anuradha Paudwal

Anuradha Paudwal

Anuradha Paudwal is a well known playback vocalist. She is likewise outstanding for singing devotional songs or bhajans. In 2017, the Government of India granted her Padma Shri, India’s fourth most elevated regular citizen respect, in acknowledgment of his accomplishments.

2. Hari Om Sharan

Hari Om Sharan

Hari Om Sharan was a Hindu devotional artist and lyricist. He gave a large portion of his vocation in singing devotional melodies in praise of Bhagwan Ram and Hanuman. As a Bhajan artist in the 1970s he was exceptionally famous among devotees around the globe. Amid his devotional recordings, he released more than 20 Bhajan collections.

1. Anup Jalota

Hari Om Sharan

Anup Jalota is an Indian artist and performer, best known for his performance in the Hindu devotional music bhajan and the Urdu type of verse, ghazal. He is prominently known as the Bhajan Samraat. Padma Shri for 2012 has been given upon him in the field of Art-Indian Classical Music-Vocal by Government of India. Anup Jalota has earned a record number of 100 ensured gold, platinum and multi-platinum discs.


Any devotional tune, in any dialect can be sung as long as all can follow. When you sing bhajans, try to understand the importance of the melody and the message of every name and type of God.

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