Here are 18 famous musicians from India died at 70:
Satyajit Ray (May 2, 1921 Kolkata-April 23, 1992 Kolkata) also known as Ray, Satyajit, God, Manik, Ray, Shôtôjit Rae or Shôttôjit Rae was an Indian film director, film score composer, film producer, screenwriter, writer, lyricist, music director, costume designer and film editor. He had one child, Sandip Ray.
His albums: Music of Satyajit Ray.
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Sarojini Naidu (February 13, 1879 Hyderabad-March 2, 1949 Lucknow) otherwise known as Sarodžini Naidu, Naidu, Sarojini, The Nightingale of India or Bharatiya Kokila was an Indian writer, politician and poet. She had five children, Padmaja Naidu, Randheer Naidu, Leelamani Naidu, Nilawar Naidu and Jayasurya Naidu.
She died as a result of myocardial infarction.
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Vijay Anand (January 22, 1934 Bangalore district-February 23, 2004 Mumbai) also known as Goldie, Goldie Anand, Vijay or Vijay Anand was an Indian actor, film director, screenwriter, film editor and film producer. He had one child, Vaibhav Anand.
He died in myocardial infarction.
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Kodavatiganti Kutumbarao (October 28, 1909 Tenali-August 17, 1980) also known as Ko Ku or Kodavatiganti Kutumba Rao was an Indian writer. He had four children, Ramachandra Rao, Santa Sundari, Rohini Prasad and Venkatarama Rao.
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J. H. Patel (October 1, 1930 Kariganur-December 12, 2000 Bangalore) was an Indian lawyer.
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Bharath Gopi (November 2, 1937 Chirayinkeezhu-January 29, 2008 Thiruvananthapuram) also known as Gopinathan Velayudhan Nair, Gopi, V. Gopinathan Nair, Kodiyettam Gopi, Veelayudhan Gopinathan Nair, Bharat Gopy or Bharath was an Indian film director, actor and film producer. He had two children, Murali Gopy and Dr.Minu Gopy.
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Suryakantam (October 28, 1924 East Godavari district-December 18, 1994 Hyderabad) otherwise known as Suryakantham was an Indian actor.
She died caused by natural causes.
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Khershed Meherhomji (August 9, 1911-February 10, 1982) was an Indian personality.
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Suresh Bhat (April 15, 1932 Amravati-March 14, 2003 Nagpur) was an Indian personality.
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Baloo Gupte (August 30, 1934 Mumbai-July 5, 2005 Mumbai) was an Indian personality.
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Alladi Krishnaswamy Iyer (May 14, 1883 Madras Presidency-October 3, 1953 Chennai) was an Indian lawyer. He had one child, Alladi Kuppu Swamy.
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Dharamvir Bharati (December 25, 1926 Allahabad-September 4, 1997 Mumbai) a.k.a. Dharmvir Bharati was an Indian writer, journalist, novelist, poet and essayist. He had three children, Parmita Bharati, Kinshuk Bharati and Pragya Bharati.
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Ahilyabai Holkar (May 31, 1725 Jamkhed-August 13, 1795) was an Indian personality. She had two children, Male Rao Holkar and Muktabai Holkar.
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Naren Tamhane (August 4, 1931 India-March 19, 2002 Mumbai) was an Indian personality.
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Ali Yavar Jung (February 1, 1906 India-December 11, 1976) was an Indian diplomat.
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Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi (January 5, 1941 Bhopal-September 22, 2011 New Delhi) also known as M. A. K. Pataudi, Tiger Pataudi, Mansur Ali Khan, Mansoor Ali Khan, Mohamed Mansur Ali Khan, Nawab of Pataudi, Mansoor Ali Khan, Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi, Pataudi Jr or Mohamed Mansoor Ali Khan was an Indian cricketer and actor. His children are called Saif Ali Khan, Soha Ali Khan and Saba Ali Khan.
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Sahir Hashmi Adeeb (June 22, 1929 India-August 6, 1999 Kanpur) was an Indian personality.
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Jigar Moradabadi (April 6, 1890 Moradabad-September 9, 1960 Gonda) was an Indian poet.
Genres he performed include Ghazal.
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