It was a moment of celebration for my parents when I visited my parents’ home in a village on the outskirts of Mumbai.
As my parents took a break to watch the fireworks in the background, I was able to see the murals from the balcony, as if they were a part of the evening.
This is how it feels when I visit my parents house, I thought to myself, when I was 10 years old.
I can’t remember when it happened.
As a child, I saw murals and I would never forget it, I think I would have loved to see them again.
I went to school in the city and my parents had their own studio.
It was one of the few places in the village where I could see my family.
I didn’t like the idea of being alone, so I spent my summers in the garden, watching the fireworks and enjoying the atmosphere of the house.
I loved the view of the sky.
I always wanted to be a pilot, so whenever I would fly I would just be amazed by the sky and the sound of the jets.
I even wanted to become a pilot in school, and when I got the chance to do so, I knew that I wanted to do it as a teacher.
But even after my studies were completed, I didn.
I never wanted to leave home and go to a distant place to teach.
I was determined to make it as an artist and a teacher and I wanted my art to show the world my love for art and to teach children about art.
I started painting at the age of 12 and in the early 1970s, I started to work on murals in the studio.
At that time, my friends were very into murals.
They would take photos of the wall murals I was making and they would share them on the Internet.
I started sharing my murals with them and eventually, they started using them in their projects.
But in the late 1980s, they got fed up and stopped using them, so now they only use my work for advertising purposes.
I would work on a project for about 10 to 15 hours a day, usually when the sun is out.
After doing the project, I would take my time and make the wall mural and I did it over and over again, always keeping my focus on the art.
I would not go out to go to the cinema or other venues where I would make my art public.
My paintings were always in a box, in the basement, or on the side of the road.
My art always stayed in the house for the most part, and I kept it in the attic or in a cabinet somewhere.
I wouldn’t even go out in public without my paintings.
When I was a child growing up, I used to walk up to the road and say, “I’m coming back from work today!” and my mother would say, that’s good, go ahead.
My mum would always say, no, I’ll get you something for breakfast.
My paintings are still there and they are always in my attic.
I do not use any computer or any digital tools to make my paintings, so they are not easily available for people to view.
I don’t want people to see my paintings and think they are my work.
I always painted the same colour, I just decided that it would be more meaningful to make the mural in black and white.
When my parents saw my paintings when they were younger, they were not impressed and said, “that’s too complicated.
You should make a white wall mural”.
But I was adamant and said that if they did not like the white wall mural, then I would try to paint it in black.
My parents didn’t agree, but I told them that I would paint the white one.
I painted the white mural and it turned out to be one of my best and most memorable paintings.
I still keep my paintings in the garage or in the closet.
They are kept as a souvenir and I try to make sure that my art is not lost.
I have also done wall murres for the museum and the museum is always happy to have them.
I am constantly thinking about how I will create my paintings again in the future.
The walls are very small.
I just paint on them, I don,t do any decoration.
I paint the walls because I want to see their beauty, and my art shows that I love art.
In my art, I always tried to make them as big as I could, and not too small.
When I was young, I never saw murates on television.
I remember watching television when I would go to school.
But as I got older, I noticed that people were going to watch television more and more.
I felt that television was boring and I preferred to paint my art.
As time went on, television became my favourite medium for art.
When you are growing up in a small village,