classical sarangi player from India
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- The greatest blessing that one can get from music is that it makes an artist immensely satisfied with life irrespective of the financial condition in which they may be.
- An Interview with Pandit Ram Narayan. Official website.
- By and large the present day Indian film music lacks soulful melody, sublime spirit and compelling charm of its lyrical intensity and has nothing Hindustani in it.
- Sharma, S. D. (28 February 2008). "Sarangi maestro calls present music soulless drudgery". The Tribune.
- My mission was to obliterate the blemish which the sarangi carried due to its social origins. I hope I have succeeded in this.
- Dhaneshwar, Amarendra (18 February 2002). "Saviour of the sarangi, Pandit Ram Narayan". The Indian Express.
- At one time, sarangi exponents used to be called gurus and ustads because they were so learned that they could teach vocalists a thing or two. It wasn't surprising that many of them turned into vocalists and made a name for themselves independently.
- Patil, Vrinda (9 December 2000). "Dying strains of sarangi". The Tribune.
- I am a musician's musician and am passionate about my sarangi. I shall continue my battle for the cause of the sarangi. I will be reborn to continue my sadhana until the battle is won.
- S. Sahaya Ranjit (25 April 2005). Solo success. India Today.
- Pandit Ram Narayan. Official website.