Page:Malabari, Behramji M. - Gujarat and the Gujaratis (1882).djvu/289

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and healthiest sentiment, forgets himself in the contemplation of the genius that conjured up a creation so perfect in symmetry and proportion. At such times his first thought is to forswear his own namby-pamby puerilistics and be content in life with a loving study of the great master.