Tag: fountain pens

The Forbidden City where the Chinese make their fountain pens?

Chinese Fountain Pens – random thoughts about my latest crop Fountain pens made in China never cease to fascinate me. Not the way the solid engineering of German pens, or the fine excellence of Japanese pens or the pukka artistry of British pens, or even the handcrafted brilliance of Indian

 

Hari Balakrishna : Fountain Pens and the art of collecting

Hari Balakrishna on Fountain pen collecting Hari Balakrishna is one of the foremost authorities on India made fountain pens. An penthusiast who has carefully nurtured his all consuming love for everything fountain over the last three decades, painstakingly creating, in the process a collection that is unmatched both in quality and

 

Endless Recorder: Cheers to Life!

Endless Recorder Notebook and your prized Pen – a marriage made in Heaven A Glencairn tumbler for the Single Malt, any connoisseur will tell you, is de rigueur. Anything less and well, it is not the same. It is the same with Notebooks and Fountain pens. You Just cannot have

 

India Pen Show – the fountain of pens is here!

Fountain Pens are making a huge comeback. Not only because people are sick of keying in their thoughts, missing the experience of putting pen on paper; but also because of the leisurely, old-world charm of using pens – embracing the experience of writing with a pen as a silent scream

 

All the President’s Pens

Famous men and their Fountain pens Shri Pranab Mukherjee assumed office as the 13th President of India on July 25, 2012, crowning a political career of over five decades of exemplary service to the nation in Government as well as Parliament. Shri Mukherjee is a man of unparalleled experience in