„We are but artless folk and not expert in rhythm, time, and tune, but that does not matter. He for whom we sing our hymns understands them all, and he pays no attention to our deficiencies of execution.“

—  Mahadev Govind Ranade, His comment to his wife On his daily prayers he would sings devotional songs out of tune and metre. Quoted in page=104
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Indian scholar, social reformer and author 1842 - 1901

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