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Before we introduce you to the Grapho-Dictionary world of Nirvaanalife’s Institute, let us first introduce the one who shall be taking care of educating you about the world of Graphology throughout – Mr. Inkestine, your Ex-pen-t in everything related to Graphology!


The creational process of this slice-of-life mascot has been challenging yet highly rewarding for team Nirvaanalife.


And thus we thought why not make our netizen followers a part of this journey too!


The cause for which Mr.Inkestein had to be born


The titular character Mr. Inkestein, happened with the thought, that who does an individual go to when they need very basic yet significant graphology assistances?


First and foremost, In India, Graphology is still a growing trend, which means as Graphologists, Nirvaanalife’s Institute has a long way to penetrate. Like any other conversion funnel awareness lies at the very start for penetrating the Indian Audiences’ mind with Graphology too. But how well was the awareness of the Indian Audience developed around Handwriting analysis?


And thus Mr. Inkestein had to be born. He is amply knowledgeable in everything related to Graphology, but apparently looks as vulnerable, as is the person whose queries he attends with his answers.


This way he stays both reliable and relatable, at the same time.


To know more from the horse’s mouth, follow Mr. Inkestine on Instagram. And for regular glapho-dictionary, keep scrolling. We hope, you find what you are looking for. 🙂



This is one of the connecting strokes found in written scripts. They look like sharp knives placed on the paper with letters and connections having a sharp angle to it.



This is one of the connecting strokes found in written scripts and is seen connecting at the top. They look like constructed arches.



They are imaginary lines seen in the script that form a base for the letters. It could be going up, falling down, being straight or can be wavy

Capital Letters


The size of capital letters should be about 2.5 times of the height of middle zone letters.



This formation can be seen when the stroke comes down in a letter and a smooth abrupt curve is formed to the left.

Club Strokes


They are seen forming when the pressure or pastocity suddenly changes within the same stroke of a letter formation. This can be seen both in upper zone and lower zone letters.



This is one of the kind of connecting strokes found in written scripts and is seen connecting letters at the bottom of the writing. It is a rounded cup-like stroke and is the easiest & most natural stroke to make.

Left Margin


It tells about a person’s past, how attached he is to his origins, his family, and what he thinks about society and the rules & regulations.

Letter E


This letter shows if the writer is a good listener and has patience.

Letter F


Shows how focused the writer is. It also tells about how well they plan and execute the tasks.

Letter I


The letter I reveals the entire identity of the writer. This is the only letter that represents the writer’s own image for the entire world.

Letter S


One of the most important letters in graphology. This is linked to your right brain. It reflects about your conscious and subconscious mind.

Letter T


This letter reflects the mental image the writer has of himself along with his confidence and will power.

Letter Y


This letter shows how the writer executes his ideas and work. It also reveals how much trust the writer holds in himself and others.



These are seen in upper and lower zone letters and can be open or closed.

Loop in Loop


This is formed when two loops are made in a letter which might or might not be entangled in each other. They can be seen in letters like ‘o’ and ‘a’.



This is formed subconsciously on all four sides of the paper while writing. This tells about the writer’s approach to the past and the future.



This is the extra flow of the ink from the pen on the paper. The stroke is found both in upstrokes and downstrokes and looks more like a brush stroke.



This is one of the most important aspects of handwriting where it is seen how much energy has been used to write. This is something that analysts have to feel and not observe.

Right Margin


The right margin shows us how a person meets his future, the opportunities that come to him, his confidence level, and if the person takes risks and challenges on his way.



Signature is basically a person’s self-image in public. It means that it is a representation of how others perceive you and also how you project yourself.



This is seen by the size of the middle zone letters whereas the upper and lower zones are measured on the basis of the middle zone. The size of the handwriting reveals if the person is an extrovert



They are the angle in which the writer writes. It could lean to the right or the left or be straight. It is the expression of emotions of the writer.



It is the distance between letters, words and lines in the writing.



A lot can be told by the speed of the handwriting of a writer. It is about how fast a person writes.



They tell you how a writer acts. Strokes can be seen in the start of a letter or at the end of a letter.



This is one of the kinds of connecting strokes found in written scripts. They are letters stretched and pulled like a thread.

Underline in Signature


This is basically a line under the signature of the writer. It shows the confidence of a person.

Wide Open Middle Zone of Letter A and O


When the oval of the middle zone letter ‘o’ or ‘a’ is widely open, it indicates an open mouth which means that this person has a constant need to talk and say something. It is tough for such writers to keep secrets also.



It is the division of handwriting into three parts – top, middle & bottom. Zones are the best way to find out the balance in the writer’s life.

But this is not all. Keep following us for regular updates.