Ebony and Ivory – perfect harmony from ASA pens Ebony and Ivory – the Paul McCartney – Stevie Wonder duet had hit the charts when I was in the final year of school, way back in 1982. Naturally, the lilting tune and the catchy phrasing of the song had turned
Sniper – the weapon of mass creation from ASA pens. ASA calls it the Sniper. And like a sniper, it aims to blend in, picking kills from a-far without blowing its cover. That explains the black matt body. It also explains the hooded nib, obviously an effort to ensure that
Top 5 Contemporary Indian Fountain Pens – the search begins! The average pen lover who wants to possess an Indian pen is at a huge disadvantage. He / she does not know what to aim for, where to look for, or even how much to shell out for the unit.
Kolkata celebrates PelikanHubs, 2018 Ask any average quizzer what is special about the date September 21st and chances are that the answer will refer to the year 1792 when the National Convention had declared France a Republic by abolishing the absolute monarchy. Some may even mention the year 1949, when
ASA Pens, Chennai, where passions are turned into pens! The name Subramaniam has many meanings, one denoting someone who is dear to the Brahmins, another loosely translated meaning “a worthy jewel”. The Subramaniam we lovers of fountain pens know, the “other half” of the husband-wife duo behind ASA pens of
Koi lauta de mujhe, beete huye pen! Nondescript is not the right term to describe the Beena Magic fountain pen, though at first sight, it is the first term that comes to the mind. And there are good reasons either way – it is small, not in a puny kind
If you are a collector of Fountain Pens, an aficionado, then you too must nurse a desire to own an Indian fountain pen, one that will hold its own in your collection of the epoch makers, even give you pleasure as it records your thoughts for posterity. Problem is, Indian