An average Indian Fountain Pen (any pen for that matter) comprises of ten different parts: The Cap: Finial, Cap body & Lip, Clip, Insert (inner cap), Center band The Barrel: Body & Finial, Trim ring The Nib The Feed The Section The Converter Yes, I know that I am over
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Ganesha, Guilloché and David Oscarson – a holy trinity of high art! Ganesha is the remover of obstacles, the Lord of intellect and wisdom, the patron of the arts and the sciences. The God of beginnings, He is invoked at the start of all rites and ceremonies. Guilloché is the
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Koi lauta de mujhe, beete huye pen! Nondescript is not the right term to describe the Beena Magic fountain pen, though at first sight, it is the first term that comes to the mind. And there are good reasons either way – it is small, not in a puny kind