New Delhi, Oct 7 (UNI) Top spiritual leader Yogi Harbhajan, head of the Sikh Dharma in the western hemisphere, has died in the US because of a heart condition. He was 74. The Yogi is survived by his widow, two sons and a daughter. According to information received here by National Commission for Minorities Chairman Tarlochan Singh, Harbhajan Singh Yogi or Yogi Harbhajan, as he was popularly called, died at his Espanola home at 0940 pm local time yesterday. The Yogi, credited with spreading the Sikh faith in Europe and the Americas, leaves behind hundreds and thousands of Sikh converts across the continents. The spiritual leader was also recipient of a prestigious Akal Takht title of Singh Sahiban. He was born on August 28, 1929 at Gujranwala, now in Pakistan. He shifted to the US at a young age were he earned immense popularity through his yoga skills and became a top Sikh spiritual leader among the Europeans and Americans.