Today's thought is by Ovid. He was Roman Poet who lived in the period of Augustus and his actual name was Publius Ovidius Naso. He was ranked as one of the three canonical poets of Latin literature. Ovid talks more about his own life than most other Roman poets. The pen in use is Ranga … Continue reading TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 28 Feb 2017
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 … Continue reading TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 29 November 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 … Continue reading Tuesday Thoughts – 18 October 2016
The pen in rotation today is my new Pilot Custom 823 which comes with Broad Nib and it is currently inked with Iroshizuku Ku-Jaku. The pen is a real beauty and yes the clear transparent one is so perfect. The thought for today was inspired by Napolean Hill, an American Author who wrote lot of personal success and … Continue reading Tuesday Thoughts – 16 August 2016
The pen in rotation today is ASA Trans-Nauka which was part of group buy on FPN. It is inked with Iroshizuku Yama Budo. Today’s thought comes from one of the most influential teacher of India, Chanakya. There is Diplomatic enclave in Delhi which is named after Chanakya and is called Chanakyapuri and is one of the … Continue reading Tuesday Thoughts – 05 July 2016
The pen in Rotation today is Worther Profil inked with KWZI Orange Ink. The pen is made of Aluminium and comes with standard medium nib which writes decently. The thought today is all about believing in yourself, though know about the author of the same. -- Regards Vaibhav Mehandiratta
Today's thought comes from Ibn Batuta, one of the greatest travellers of all time.