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Thank you for the generous PIF

 

I have two very nice Fountain pens from India which I enjoy writing with but neither of them are ebinite except for there feed. I would love to be able to try out one of these pens. I think for the money you can't beat a good fountain pen made in India. Thank you for considering me in this PIF!

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I really love the elegant look of the Asa Maya.

 

I've also been reading lately a lot about India and some European poets who've stayed. Without India we wouldn't exist as we do today.

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Our next door neighbors, Shree and Jodi are doctors. Theyre from India. They, occasionally have us over for supper. The food is so good. They also have a theater in they're house.. After we eat, we get treated to an Indian movie. The dancers in the movies are awesome, very awesome.

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that is very generous pif mr subramaniam. I love ebonite pens. I have few with jowo and schmidt nibs & they are awesome. would love to be consider for this. what I love most about India is Indian music, its just superb. Thanks.

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Hello, I used to use Camlin eyedropper in my high school. This will be a step up for my collections. Please enter my name for a lucky draw. Thank you.

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ASA maya looks very beautiful. I would love to enter in this amazing pif. I dont have any ebonite pen but I tried my friends indian ebonite fountain pen it wrote beautifully. What I love most about india is Indian temples & its architecture & indian sanskriti.

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Our next door neighbors, Shree and Jodi are doctors. Theyre from India. They, occasionally have us over for supper. The food is so good. They also have a theater in they're house.. After we eat, we get treated to an Indian movie. The dancers in the movies are awesome, very awesome.

Oops, I forgot to mention, this isn't an entry, just a friendly comment.

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Dear All,

 

I am very happy to see so many responses and so many experiences each of you have shared about India and Indian pens.

 

I have not been able to individually acknowledge or participate here, as we had a very trying time because of Cyclone (Hurricane) Vardah, which made a landfall right in my city. We were in a phase of no electricity and no internet for a few days and we returning to normalcy fast. The damage to trees, public property and transmission lines have been catastrophic.

 

However, I am glad I have been able to go through each of your entries and its really motivating and joy to read and note each of your experience. I will over next few days reply to each of the entry.

 

As for the PIF, its time to declare the winner.

 

I have used MS Excel to Pick a random no from the list of valid entries here (Post Numbers).

 

The winner is DavidtheGnome Post no 8.

 

​Congratulations!! I have sent you a PM here.

 

My sincere thanks to each of you for participating and wish you best of luck next time.

 

​Best regards

Subramaniam

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I have no experience with Indian fountain pens, but I absolutely love Indian culture! Talking with my friend Jessica about her time in India was the highlight of my days in high school!

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Congratulations David, and mr Subramaniam, with a successful PiF. And I'm glad to see you are back on the forum as well, hope your city is making a speedy recovery.

a fountain pen is physics in action... Proud member of the SuperPinks

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Congratulations Davidthrgnome! I am sure you will be delighted with the ASA Maya. Thanks Mr Subramaniam for the PIF.

Every man who repeats the dogma of Mill that one country is no fit to rule another country must admit that one class is not fit to rule another class.

B R Ambedkar

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congratulation to david

"Friendship is the purest love. It is the highest form of Love where nothing is asked for, no condition, where one simply enjoys giving.”
- Osho

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