Time for a Pan-India traveling Pen Show?

 
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  The Southern states are by far, way ahead in terms of fountain pen use. Pen turners too are easier to come by in these parts. Yet, none of the southern cities – Chennai, Bangalore, and Hyderabad included – have pen shows that they can call their own. New Delhi

Kishori Mohan Bagchi is the pioneer of Modern Indian Swadeshi writing ink – Sovan Roy

 
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  Peary Mohan Bagchi or P.M. Bagchi (1850 (?) -1917) was the son of Pran Gopal Bagchi, a “Bhanga-Kulin” Brahmin of the Kashyap-para locality in Shantipur of Nadia District of undivided Bengal. Peary Mohan was a treasurer at the Krishnanagar/ Kishnagar Rajbari (palace) during his initial working days. He had

Penspecials dot com – everything pen and special to boot!

 
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  Where do connoisseurs go to buy their fountain pens and inks and accessories? The question becomes even more important if you are new to the hobby, are discerning enough to be brand conscious, and at the same time do not wish to splurge by paying inordinately hefty sums for

Delmoon Steampunk is here – prepare to be bowled over.

 
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  Steampunk is retro-futuristic and anachronistic tech-based aesthetics, drawing deeply on steam-powered elements of the 19th century – of the Victorian era, of the Wild West – which had begun as a subgenre of science fiction. Though the term Steampunk was coined by science fiction author K W Jeter as

TIPS III concludes with a boom

 
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  Dr. Bibek Debroy, the economic advisor to the Prime Minister, inaugurated the 3rd chapter of The India Pen Show (TIPS III) in Mumbai as he chaired the Inaugural Session. Present on the dais were Kabir Bedi and Dipti Naval among a host of achievers from fields as diverse as

Click Renaissance Demonstrator – aesthetically pleasing, machined to perfection, a winner all the way!

 
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  The Click Renaissance is turning out to be one hell of a range. The stormed into the market with eye-candies and even before the excitement could subside, have started adding different line extensions that are taking it to a whole new level. The basic philosophy that is driving the

Endless Observer – ink tests of another kind.

 
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  I have used fountain pens all my life. And when, unconsciously, you pick up your pen every time you want to write something, you end up being less finicky about complements like ink or paper. You do grow deep-rooted likes and dislikes, in your subconscious you may even grow

Kalams of Kolkata – Sudhin Pal and fountain pens that are cheaper than anything that the Chinese can throw at us!

 
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  India-made pens. They fascinate me, for they are my reigning passion, the one end that justifies all means. I have spent so many decades of my life in their search – seeking them out, collecting them, getting the old dilapidated ones restored, compiling their stories, learning about their legacies,