„Listening to that performance changed my life. It changed the course of my musical career. I could listen to my heart's voice clearly because the music had helped me understand my mind's deepest desires. Today, I am happy and feel blessed that I followed the path dictated by my heart.“

—  Hariprasad Chaurasia, On hearing a performance on a woodwind by Pandit Bhola Nath of Varanasi.
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