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TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 28 Feb 2017

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.

 
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The pen in use is Ranga Model 3C which I got from the Group Buy. The pen is fitted with JoWo 1.1 Dual tone nib and is inked with Diamine Eclipse.

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I really love ebonite as the material for the pen and this white blue swirl is something amazing. You have to hold in the hand to actually see and feel the beauty of the material.

Regards

Vaibhav Mehandiratta

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TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 21 Feb 2017

Today in use is one of my all time favorite ebonite pen which is made in India, Krishna Solo 2. It is fitted with MB Upturned Grind nib from Dr. Sreekumar of Krishna Pens. The pen is filled with Private Reserve Shoreline Gold Ink.

 

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Today’s thought is related to life-related experiences and comes from Will Rogers. Will Rogers a known stage actor and performer was also popularly known as “Oklahoma’s Favorite Son”.

 

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Regards

Vaibhav Mehandiratta

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TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 15 Feb 2017

Today’s weekly thought comes from my one of the favorite novelist, Ayn Rand. She was born and educated in Russia and moved to America later. Her two famous novels are The Fountainhead and Atlus Shrugged.

 

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The pen in use today is Platinum Plaisir Nova Orange and I love this orange color. Lamy also came with the limited edition of AL-Star in this color by the name of Copper Orange.

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The nib on this is 0.5 steel nib and it writes like a western medium. The ink in use is Platinum Black that came along with the pen.

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What are your thoughts about Ayn Rand? And yeah how is the pen… I love the color. I think I love everything orange.

 

Regards

Vaibhav Mehandiratta

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TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 06 December 2016

Today’s Tuesday Thought is written with a pocket pen made in US of A, Franklin-Christoph Model 45 XLV in Coco Pearl Finish. The thought is inspired by Mark Twain.

Mark Twain was a pen name of famous American writer, Samuel Langhorne Clemens. He was also called “The father of American Literature“.

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The pen comes with the SIG Medium Steel nib and boy it is amazing. Will detail out this in an upcoming review of the pen. And the ink in use is Kaweco Caramel Brown.

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Has anyone of you tried this nib and how has been your experience ??

 

 

Regards

Vaibhav Mehandiratta

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TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 22 November 2016

I don’t know why but there is something amazing about eyedropper pens.Coming back to my love for eyedropper pens, today I am using Deccan Advocate Flat Top version which is inked with Waterman Harmonious Green.

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And for today’s Tuesday Thoughts the inspiration comes from the legend and one of the greatest sportsman of all time, Mohammed Ali who was born as Cassius Clay.

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And the nib is Ambitious #6 Fine Steel nib.

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I have already reviewed the round top version of Deccan Advocate earlier here : LINK

 

 

Regards

Vaibhav Mehandiratta

 

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TUESDAY THOUGHTS – 08 November 2016

Vintage Sheaffer’s are still in demand today and amongst those, one the highest selling pen which I am using today is Sheaffer No-Nonsense.

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The pen comes with fine italic nib and is inked with Sulekha Crytal Violet.

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The author of todays’ quote is worldfamous playwright, Oscar Wilde.

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Regards

Vaibhav Mehandiratta

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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 is one of the most prime and posh destinations of India. Chanakya was the teacher, philosopher, advisor to king Chandragupta and Bindusara. He played an important role in the expansion of Mauryan Empire in India.

 

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Today in use is a pen which is an homage to Conway Stewart Churchill and is made my Manoj of Fosfor Pens.

The pen is Fosfor Knight and is inked with Noodlers Antietam. The nib on the pen is fine Titanium nib made by Ambitious Pens India.

 

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Regards

Vaibhav Mehandiratta

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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 is anger.

 

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The pen is a absolute lovely wet writer but has problem with hard starts. And I wonder why it is not listed on Waterman webpage and I got this pen via my friend whose girl was travelling to France. It is easily available in France in many stationary stores.

 

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The ink is just plain gorgeous, love the flow, the lubrication, the colour and top of that all, the massive sheen.

 

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What are your thoughts about the anger management and this wonderful pen and gorgeous ink?

 

Regards

Vaibhav Mehandiratta