On the occasion of the 67th birth anniversary of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan celebrated on Tuesday, the giant search engine Google pays tribute through its doodle to these Qawwali Singer.

The doodle displays a musician singing which look like Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, his left hand raised to make letter 'L' in the word 'Google'.

"Shahenshah-e-Qawwali" meaning 'The king of kings of Qawwali' Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan was born on 13th October, 1948. He was a Pakistani musician primarily a singer of Qawwali, devotional music of Sufis.

Khan's first public performance was at age of 16. Extending the 600 years old qawwali tradition of his family, he became the head of his family qawwali party. He has extensively performed in 40 countries and has became well-known world music artist.

He was titled as 'Ustad' after performing classical music at a function in Lahore on his father's death anniversary. Khan has also received many awards and also appeared on NPR's 50 Great voices list in 2010.

The singer died on 16th of August 1997 at age of 49 due to cardiac arrest at London, United Kingdom.

Khan has left behind his greatest works through his qawwalis in the minds of audiences which Google tries to recall back through its new doodle.