Tag: handwriting

Gama Pens – a pilgrimage to the shrine of Pratap Kumar, the reigning deity

Gama Pens need no introduction, nor does the 95 year young Gem & Co. Prof K C Janardhan talks to the man at the helm, Pratap Kumar in an exclusive for Inked Happiness. Pratap Kumar, master pen turner and the third generation at the helm of Gama Pens in conversation

 

Gujarati Calligraphers Community writing the woes away

Gujarati Calligraphers Community uses the art to bring solace to a pandemic devastated population. The virus, representing all that is dark is back, determined to unleash devastation of an unprecedented scale, that too with renewed vigour and mutated to boot. As mankind grapples with its fate, death and despair staring

 

The Practice of Penning, the Art of Journaling: Souradeep Roy

“A word after a word after a word after a word is power” – Margaret Atwood Having been fascinated with fountain pens since childhood, there always was a longing for me to use fountain pens. At an office event, a wine tasting, I saw one of the judges from Germany,

 

Tsachi Mitsenmacher, Parker and John Holland – Holy Trinity of a fountainpen kind

His name is Itshak Mitsenmacher, He is a bundle of passionate energy at 69, married, with three children: Eden, Michael and Naama. Itshak Mitsenmacher is from Israel. But drop the name “Tsachi”, and members of the fountain pen fraternity will immediately stand up in reverence, for Itshak is better known