TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 07 Feb 2017

I know I am late with this post. Again busy due to workload. But anyways here it is, my blog entry for Tuesday Thoughts. The thought for today comes from George Sand. She was a noted French Novelist is famous for her so-called rustic novels.   I am using Ranga Zeal which I got from a [...]

TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 03 January 2017

A Very Happy New Year to you all. Today I am using one of the most beautiful pens ever made "Lamy 2000" and it comes with BB nib. It is filled with GvFC Hazelnut Brown.   The quote of today is inspired by Henry David Thoreau who was an American philosopher, poet, and historian. Thoreau was an ardent [...]

TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 29 November 2016

Today's thought author is Aristotle, who was a greek Philosopher and Scientist. He tutored Alexander the Great. The meaning of the name Aristotle is "the best purpose".   Now this pen has been in continuous use for past month and it is Kaweco Classic Sport in Burgundy Color. I have ground the stock bold nib to [...]

Tuesday Thoughts – 18 October 2016

After a brief hiatus of an approx one month, I am back with Tuesday Thoughts.   And today's thought comes from the pioneer of economics and political science in India, one of the most influential teachers of India, Chanakya. There is a Diplomatic enclave in Delhi which is named after Chanakya and is calledChanakyapuri and [...]

Tuesday Thoughts – 30 August 2016

I have recently been bitten by "Parker" bug and thus in rotation today is one of the vintage iconic pen from Parker stable , Parker 25 - Black LE with medium nib and it is inked with Rohrer and Klingner Fernambuk. Today's thought is inspired by American economist, William Raduchel.     The pen is with [...]

Tuesday Thoughts – 23 August 2016

The pen in rotation is Waterman Kultur ( fine nib) and it is inked with Diamine Majestic Blue. The pen is absolute wet writer and the ink has a beautiful stunning golden sheen. I love this ink.   The thought inspiration for today comes from Ambrose Bierce, an Amercian writer and critic. And theme for the thought [...]