Tag: calligraphy

Atul Koirala and his mission to transform Nepal through handwriting

Atul Koirala is a man possessed. An MTech in Computer Science and Engineering from Russia, he is, as the corporate speak goes, “professionally, technically sound and business savvy with a 25+ years pioneering career reflecting strong leadership qualities, who is known for playing strategic roles in developing and implementing cutting-edge

 

Fountain Pen: after the deluge, what?

Wars and famines. The fountain pen has witnessed pestilence in the past, just the way it has seen – from the trenches, the two World Wars. An estimated 20,00,000 people died in Leningrad – a direct fallout of the nine-hundred-day blockade by the Nazis between 1941 and 1944. The Bengal

 
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Achyut Palav and his continuing quest for excellence in Calligraphy

Achyut Palav needs no introduction to the cognoscenti – someone, to whom, “each letter in every script known to man holds an eternal power, an individual beauty in its vertical, horizontal, angular lines, in their continuity…” here, in an exclusive interview to inkedhappiness.com, he talks about calligraphy, his passion, the