When we just start the path of education, one of the first things they teach you in school is knowing how to write and although not everyone gets the hang of it so easily or quickly, calligraphy has its tricks and also an art where you work your ability to have a beautiful letter, correctly formed and following different styles or sizes.
Although you may have found examples of people with impeccable handwriting on social networks, probably that of Paktriki Malla, a 14-year-old student from Nepal, who has shone and stood out for the impressive calligraphy she can do, so much so that she can look like printed text. Several experts have analyzed its style of writing and have concluded that even the space between the characters is totally symmetrical, as well as each letter.
Although it is less and less frequent to come across handwritten school notes, before it was more common than you think and it is due to the presence of technological tools that the practice of writing with pencil or paper has lost relevance. In order not to forget the great work of the girl, the government of her country decided to grant her recognition. The photograph of a sheet of her notes became famous on various social networks. In fact, several users have commented that Microsoft Office should adapt her letter as an official source for its programs. One of the people also said that seeing that handwriting took him back to his childhood when he would see his father’s well-written works.
A statement from the Asian country assured that the girl’s signature is the most beautiful in the entire nation, arousing interest in other parts of the world to really find someone who can compete with her or who can surpass that beautiful and perfect calligraphy. A couple of years ago, Pakriti Malla received an award for “World’s Best Handwriting” after participating in a competition in 2017. Without a doubt, what this girl has achieved is worth sharing and becoming the source of inspiration for many children who are learning to write and who may be able to practice to such an extent that they reach the level of Pakriti.