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Some Untold Stories About Calicut Pens.

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#61 Arijit



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Posted 27 September 2019 - 09:04

I am just now finding your wonderful multi-part post.  You organized the history in a very easy-to-follow manner with beautiful photographs.
I thank you for taking the time to write it up and share it with us.
There is a seller on E-Bay "krishnapens" ; could that be from the Krishna Optical and Pens store?  All of their pens have the word "Kim" in the name.
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I know I'm five years too late, but no. I don't think so. Krishna pens- tbf, it's more popular as Krishna Inks- is run by Dr. Sreekumar. You may have seen quite a few reviews of his inks.
He does refer to Mr. Ramachandran of Calicut Pens as his teacher.

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