Tag: nibs

RADHIKA NATH SAHA – PEN AND BOOK : Bibek Debroy

The story of Kosuri Venkata Ratnam meeting Gandhiji and Ratnam pens (dated 1932-35) has been documented extremely well.  Ratnam pens are celebrated. When President Ram Nath Kovind visited the Pablo Neruda Museum in Santiago on 31st March 2019, the press release by Rashtrapati Bhavan stated, “He gifted a special pen to the

 

Bibek Debroy on fountain pens

Bibek Debroy is an economist and was educated in Ramakrishna Mission School, Narendrapur; Presidency College, Kolkata; Delhi School of Economics and Trinity College, Cambridge. Presently, he is Chairman, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister (EAC-PM) and President, Indian Statistical Institute (ISI).  He has worked in Presidency College, Kolkata (1979-83),

 

Tibaldi – future ready and waiting for you!

Tibaldi reinvents itself, ready to take on the future, adorn the hands that will shape tomorrow, accessorise the Generation Next. These are incredibly dark days and we all know just how terrible it feels to be lonely, with no outlet except the social media. One is locked-in, depressed and scared

 
Magna Carta Symbiocene

Magna Carta Symbiocene – for the next epoch!

Magna Carta Symbiocene, empowering the Anthropocene man to fight climate change. The World Environment Day came and went, as always, silently. There were sporadic posts in the social media wishing every one a “happy environment day” (whatever it means), there were some rustling of the leaves (or whatever is left

 
Leena Shrestha-Menon

Pen Boutique – where every fountain pen is socially inclusive!

Leena Shrestha-Menon, Pen Boutique: spreading joy, one fountain pen at a time. Leena Shrestha-Menon of Pen Boutique – the lady who is giving empathy a fab new meaning with her fountain pens in an exclusive tête-à-tête with www.inkedhappiness.com: Q1. Buy a pen in the US to help a disabled child

 

Hari Balakrishna : Fountain Pens and the art of collecting

Hari Balakrishna on Fountain pen collecting Hari Balakrishna is one of the foremost authorities on India made fountain pens. An penthusiast who has carefully nurtured his all consuming love for everything fountain over the last three decades, painstakingly creating, in the process a collection that is unmatched both in quality and