The Holy Trinity – Prof Yashwant Pitkar, Yusuf Mansoor and BESC makes the fountain pen the common cause What can a professional architect have in common with a marine geologist that would attract students by the droves to hear them speak, that too on a holiday? Prof Dilip Shah, the
A Pen-chant for the fountain pen of eternal blessings? “But wouldn’t the Earth be better off if you switched to using a stylus” asked the PYT in all seriousness when I tried to impress upon her to switch to a fountain pen the other day in my class. “Don’t you
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.
Dr Sreekumar of Krishna Pens talks about pens, inks, nibs! If turning a fountain pen is an art, then grinding of the nib is certainly a fine art, one that is the exclusive domain of the masters. And Dr Sreekumar is certainly a master who can easily walk into any
Alex Semanin and Kate Dmitrieva, are making beautiful music together – music on fountain pens! Their creations – some call it a riot of colours, some a ode to the written word, some another name of creative excellence – are already a rage among the connoisseurs and pen pundits alike
The Supermarine Spitfire had a lower attrition rate and enjoyed a higher victory to loss ratio earning it a permanent place in the annals of air war. During the Battle of Britain (1940), they were engaged in the task of engaging Nazi Germany’s Messerschmitt Bf 109E series aircrafts conducting Luftwaffe