I was born in India (mother India), immigrated to Israel with my family at the age of thirteen.
I was in a very religious boarding school in Jerusalem.
(In India I studied at a Christian school, every morning I would enter the monastery. Suddenly I found myself in a religious boarding school.
During one of the holidays I asked my father why you changed my religion?)
I went through the Six Day War in Jerusalem. It was not easy because only a few months have passed since I immigrated to Israel.
During the Yom Kippur War I served in the army in the 7th Brigade. Many of my friends in the unit died in the war. It was not easy.
After divorcing my wife, I went to Nepal and lived there for about five years. I ran a restaurant there called "Maya" which I owned.
The restaurant was a success, and many Israelis came to it.
One day around 12:00 noon there was a strong earthquake. (7.9 on the Richter scale)
Everyone present was in complete panic, there were people who tried to jump through the window from the second floor where there was a restaurant. The restaurant was destroyed.
After that I went to travel in North India by bus. I saw different beautiful places. After a few days of traveling I arrived at a lovely place called "Dharamsala". I fell in love with the place, I stayed there for a few weeks. There I met a very nice man. It turned out that he was teaching how to play the flute. I decided to learn to play the flute. It took me three days to realize that it wasn't for me, and I broke the flute... The nice teacher said it wasn't bad, and gave me a new flute as a gift.
After that, I went into the store and bought some pencils and a drawing book, that's how I was exposed to the art of drawing. Since then I haven't stopped drawing.
Under my hands and brushes, I painted dozens of paintings today. Landscape paintings, portraits, paintings of the essence of the community in India.
My paintings are original. Very carefully drawn.
Until today, all the paintings were painted with acrylic paints. Smooth on handmade paper, size A4 and A3.
Of course also on canvas stretched on a wooden frame in different sizes.
All paintings are protected with Varnish. To protect against heat, light, and dust, to extend the life of the paintings.