Evolution of Writing ✍️


Palm leaf writing

Nail Inscriptions

Bird feather writing

Fountain pen writing 

Mechanical Typewriter 

Ball point Pen

Electric/ Electronic Typewriter 

Electronic Printer

Inkjet Printer

Laser Printer 

Voice Printer 

Digital Printing

3D Printing

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Over the last many centuries, the art and the method of writing have taken many forms. Have the human thoughts also evolved and progressed during these times ? 

They have evolved surely yes, due to humans conquering technology , but are they felt more beneficial to the society today? – from love, affection, devotion, valour and unity to hatred, jealous,demeaning, derogatory and destructive? 

When those olden days’ scholars wrote on palm leaves, they had time to think and write scriptures or hymns or virtues that had preserved the human minds from evil thoughts and actions. Today, majority of the minds have been largely conditioned to think and act in a harmful way to fellow humans in the name of free speech and writing. 

Progressive in technology, Yes.

Progressive in thoughts & actions, Not yet. 

We have to blame ourselves because we have allowed us to be at this sorry state of co-existence of lesser love and more hatred in society that is constantly fuelled by the divisive forces and shamelessly propagated by irresponsible, guiltless media. What are we leaving behind for our future generations? Do you hope they will be less materialistic and more compassionate?

Published by sivakumargopal

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