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The Deccan Advocate - New Avatar - Circa 2013


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Dear Friends...

 

Here is a link to the post on my blog on the recent avatar of the iconic Deccan Advocate...this latest version came out in 2013...there are more pictures than prose here...

 

http://www.jaisiri.blogspot.in/2014/02/the-deccan-advocate-recent-avatar.html

 

Thanks...

 

Shrujaya

Writing and posting about fountain pens exclusively on www.jaisiri.blogspot.in ... recent posts on Hema Pens (Hyderabad), Haul at Majestic (Bangalore), and Asoka Pens (Tenali)...

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Wonderful review! Your prose is quite poetic.

 

Thank You for sharing.

Is it fair for an intelligent and family oriented mammal to be separated from his/her family and spend his/her life starved in a concrete jail?

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Shrujaya:

That is a really beautiful pen, even for an Advocate!

ron

 

Thanks Ron... credit goes to the Deccan people for making it beautiful, "even for an Advocate..." :)

Writing and posting about fountain pens exclusively on www.jaisiri.blogspot.in ... recent posts on Hema Pens (Hyderabad), Haul at Majestic (Bangalore), and Asoka Pens (Tenali)...

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Jai

 

This is wonderful. Thank you for such beautiful pics and your thoughts.

 

Regards

Jayant

Dear Jayant...thanks for the constant support...I thought my thoughts were very few here...and more images...

 

Regards,

 

Jai

Writing and posting about fountain pens exclusively on www.jaisiri.blogspot.in ... recent posts on Hema Pens (Hyderabad), Haul at Majestic (Bangalore), and Asoka Pens (Tenali)...

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Wonderful review! Your prose is quite poetic.

 

Thank You for sharing.

 

Thanks Anne...returning after a long time? Good for all of us Indian FP posters...you have been a constant source of support all these years...keep the good work going...your comment on my prose makes my effort worthwhile...the pen inspired the poetic prose I should feel...

 

Regards,

 

Jai

Writing and posting about fountain pens exclusively on www.jaisiri.blogspot.in ... recent posts on Hema Pens (Hyderabad), Haul at Majestic (Bangalore), and Asoka Pens (Tenali)...

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Dear Jayant...thanks for the constant support...I thought my thoughts were very few here...and more images...

 

Regards,

 

Jai

Jai

I believe the saying is " a picture is worth a thousand words". :)

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Jayant

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Thanks Anne...returning after a long time? Good for all of us Indian FP posters...you have been a constant source of support all these years...keep the good work going...your comment on my prose makes my effort worthwhile...the pen inspired the poetic prose I should feel...

 

Regards,

 

Jai

 

 

Thank you so much Shrujaya!

 

I admire the artisans' craftsmanship, which make Indian pens so unique.

 

They really are a treasures from a wonderful and powerful tradition, thanks to you, Hari, and others for sharing via the magic of cyberspace, that beautiful tradition.

 

After Griz passing, Autumn and this forum took on a melancholic tone.

 

 

The anticipation of new journals, agendas and new fountain pens design and productions got me back in the game.

Is it fair for an intelligent and family oriented mammal to be separated from his/her family and spend his/her life starved in a concrete jail?

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