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Father, Daughter and a bond in indelible ink – for pens are fountains of joy, forever!

A Doctor, a daughter and a fountain pen (sorry, many fountain pens) The joy of touching a pen to paper is, in my humble opinion, a sorely underappreciated one. Every drop of ink holds the power to change the world – or someone’s world, at the very least. I was introduced to this joy at…
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Click Pens urges all to test their writing skills, unveils handwriting Competition

Click, India’s most lover brand of writing instruments has unveiled a brand new initiative to encourage people to pick up their Fountain pens and fight the demons of these difficult times. The Competition which begins today will run through to the end of October providing an unique opportunity to anyone who wishes to participate. There…
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They’re Ink-toxicating!

Lapis Bard’s latest exciting launch is a superb line of addictive, cocktail-themed fountain pen inks with merry colours and merrier names. These luscious, dye-based inks are safe to handle. The odourless inks flow smoothly, providing a pleasurable writing experience each time. The water-soluble inks have been carefully formulated with an optimal pH and they can…
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Global Pen Expo – Gujarat’s first Pen Show promises a barrelful!

Global Pen Expo @ Ahmedabad – Ellis Bridge over Inked waters! The Year 2020 is going to be a good one for the fountain pen. For starters, fountain pen sales, which had hit the absolute rock-bottom just a few years back, is steadily showing an upward trend globally and India is no exception. Young adults,…
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Year End Offer for all Readers!

Dear Fellow Fountain Pen and Ink Lovers, We have worked out an exclusive deal for you to usher in the new year! All our readers will get a 19 percent discount on all items in www.penspecials.com. If you are a reader of www.inkedhappiness.com or are a member of www.penloverskolkata.com, all you have to do is…
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The Telegraph, Young Metro @ Pen Hospital, Kolkata.

Suvobrata Ganguly introduces the readers of Young Metro, The Telegraph to the fascinating world of fountain pens – vintages, antiques and fountain pen restoration.

Dr Sovan Roy rewrites the history of Fountain Pen making in India!

Dr Sovan Roy’s Magnum Opus to hit the stands soon! Dr Sovan Roy is a scientist by profession. And, a distinguished one at that, if one were to consider the sheer number of papers published in the professional journals or his long and blemish-less record as a Government servant occupying progressively higher posts. But, it…
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A Pen for your thoughts?

Yusuf Mansoor, eminent collector, historian and restorer of fountain pens has been tirelessly working for the last many years towards inculcating the habit of writing with fountain pens, especially in the young. “It is a legacy that I want to bequeath” says Mansoor, “a legacy of fine writing, of appreciating the instruments that our forefathers…
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Pelikan Hubs Day, Kolkata. Sept 20th, 2019.

Pelikan Hub Kolkata Pelikan Hubs Day Celebrated in Kolkata September 20th is a special day in any pen lover’s calendar, for this date is celebrated as the Pelikan Hubs Day around the world. In 2018, the special day was celebrated in as many as 181 cities, spread across 46 countries as almost 5000 aficionados congregated…
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An Appeal

I have just launched a platform called “The Handwriting Consortium” through my museum. I am yet to have its presence on Facebook and other Social Media platforms. It is to encourage the habit of writing for posterity. This an all inclusive non threatening  group. The main purpose is if the habit of handwriting is kept…
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