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Ganesha also known as Ganapati and Vinayaka, is one of the best-known and most worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon, The God bearing the Elephant head is the most loved and worshiped amongst the Hindu gods.

 

Its a fact that a small prayer to Ganesha before beginning of any activity, ensures success and glory. The symbol "Omkar" and Swastik are very auspicious to Hindus and often represent Ganesha.

 

Presenting, the Jinhao "OM", (model-303), an exclusive fountain pen made by special order with Jinhao for Indian Market is a Speacil Edition.

 

Here are some pictures, hope you enjoy them

 

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beautiful pen :)

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While it does not appeal to me, I think it would make a nice present for my mother. Where can I get one?

 

 

http://www.ebay.in/itm/Jinhao-303-Fountain-Pen-OM-Omkar-and-Ganesha-Auspicious-Times-M-Nib-/251716071558

 

Thats ASApens listing on ebay. Haven't yet listed on its own site.

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I put my savings to test

Lamy & Pilot FPs the Best

No more I even think of the rest

(Preference Fine and Extra Fine Nibs)

Pen is meant for writing - not for looking :-)

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http://www.ebay.in/itm/Jinhao-303-Fountain-Pen-OM-Omkar-and-Ganesha-Auspicious-Times-M-Nib-/251716071558

 

Thats ASApens listing on ebay. Haven't yet listed on its own site.

 

 

 

http://www.ebay.in/itm/Jinhao-303-Fountain-Pen-OM-Omkar-and-Ganesha-Auspicious-Times-M-Nib-/251716071558

 

Thats ASApens listing on ebay. Haven't yet listed on its own site.

 

 

Thanks. I might look for it when I am in India....

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