Vitali Das (Bhitali Das) Biography, Wikipedia, Age, Height & More

Vitali Das aka Bhitali Das (born on 6 June 1979) was a Popular Bihu Singer from Guwahati, Assam. She was popular for her amazing voice she had sung more than 5000 Bihu songs with Zubeen Garg and many other artists.

Some of her music album were Jaanmoni (জানমণি), Jonbai(জোনবাই), Rangdhali(ৰাংঢালি), Rohedoi(ৰহেদৈ), Bogitora(বগীতৰা), Enajori(এনাজৰী) and many others. She passed away when she was 41 years old.

Bhitali Das Wiki/Bio

Vitali Das was born and brought up in Majgaon, North Guwahati. She went to school in Guwahati at the Senairam Higher Secondary and Multipurpose School. She received her college degree from Gauhati University.

Since she began performing Assamese music more than 20 years ago, Vitali Das’s songs continue to be very well-liked in Assam. With just Zubeen Garg and many well-known musicians like Bornali Kalita, Tarali Sarma, Nirmali Das, Zublee Baruah, etc., Vitali recorded more than 3000 songs.

NameBhitali Das
NicknameBhitali Das
ProfessionFolk Singer
Date Of Birth6 June 1979
Age41 Years
Place Of BirthNorth Guwahati, India
HometownNorth Guwahati, India
Zodiac SignAries

Music Albums

  • Sengkoli 2020
  • Tip Top 2020
  • Dhonsiri Numoni 2020
  • Aahile Bohagi 2019
  • Rangdhali 2018
  • Rangdhali 2017
  • Rohedoi 2016
  • Enajori 2016
  • Nangseng 2016
  • Kopou Phul (2015)
  • Moina Sorai Moina Mat 2013
  • Bogitora 2008
  • Jonbai (2005)
  • Jaanmoni (2005)
  • Tagar 2001

Physical Appearance

HeightNot Known
WeightNot Known
Eyes ColorBlack
Hairs ColorBlack

Education & Qualifications

SchoolSenairam Higher Secondary and Multipurpose School
College/UniversityGauhati University.

Family & Relationship

FatherNot Known
MotherNot Known
Brother(s)Not Known
Sister(s)Parag Moni Das
Marital StatusMarried
HusbandBubu Das
Children Kamalika Kashyap


Vitali Das was taken to Guwahati’s Kalapahar COVID care facility on April 14, 2020, after contracting the infectious Coronavirus (covid19) in April 2021. She was said to be in severe condition due to Covid19 problems as of April 21. As her health worsened, she was moved to the intensive care unit (ICU).

When her brother Parag Das learned of Bhitali Das’s passing on April 21, he passed out and collapsed in the restroom. After being admitted to GMCH, Parag Das passed away on Sunday, April 25, 2021. Parag Das worked in the cultural field.

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