J’s Quill Voice: The Maestro’s Blog – Saptha Beej

Calligraphy Maestro K C Janardhan blogs on the Formal Education of handwriting & lettering (Aksharabhyasam), his students’ experience (Student Spotlight) and the continuous education of self (Aham-Brahmasmi) alongside signature-style memoirs of friends (Savouring Serendipity) and of his curated artefacts at his J’s La Quill Museum (J’s La Quill Tour) culminating with the absolute Soul-Mind-Society connect (Swachata Swasthya Samaja) and through the right perspective at the bird’s-eye view (Tête-à-tête) with Books, Pens and Personalities.

Enjoy his seven-seeded blog cycle, Saptha Beej, in conversation with former journalist & writer Aarthi R Nandakishore.

Cycle 2 : The New Beginning

“Every Story has an End but in Life, Every End is A New Beginning!” – Unknown

Hello Friends,

Seasons Greetings & Best Wishes from the team at J’s Quill Productions!

This Vijayadashami 2020, we make a formal beginning into Cycle 2 of Saptha Beej. This new cycle aims to take on Seven new seed experiences beginning with some interesting facts, rituals and practices connected to the First Writing Ceremony – Aksharabhyasam, better known as Vidyarambam. Read on…

With this, we also conclude our first cycle with my grand finale Four Seasons Plan, that talks of my global settlement plan for my 60s. Cycle 1 has been a true learning experience for us, both in words and digital technology. The experiences that unfolded have surely got us to a better place and in time to begin a new phase with a new face!

We leave you here with two new blogs to savour and continue the journey with us.

Take Care, Stay Safe.

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K.C. Janardhan's Presentation @ 2nd UK South India Business Meet, 2013

J's Golden Hand presents "Writing Instruments for Children".

J's Golden Hand presents "Hand Written Note Taking".

The Maestro quotes Alfred Fairbanks.