Monthly Archives: December 2018

Adventure in India, Part 6

Teaching at The Anands Family School. Mamma Anu teaches 30 children everyday in her HOME LIVING ROOM! I love that my son Mario got to FaceTime LIVE with us from Houston Texas with the 12 hour difference in time, he was eating breakfast! After my hour with the children Pappa Sanja and little brother Kuku dashed out with me to pick up my new traditional Indian outfit for their cousins wedding! NOTE: Wedding celebrations don’t start until 9pm and go all night! I’m so excited and honored to be invited Anindita Anand Medhavi Anand

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Drawing the Taj Mahal with the Anand Family, New Delhi India

Posted by Mark Kistler on Thursday, December 13, 2018

Adventures in India, part 5!

Visiting kids at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi, India with Anindita Anand and her Very Cool Staff! Thank you for sharing your VERY HOT SPICY lunch with me…gasp….gasp… these kids come in approximately every 22 days for 3-6 hours of blood transfusion. You kids are so cheerful and strong! You parents are so lovingly devoted! Thanks for sharing your afternoon with me! Now onto the Metro with shivansh to pick up my wedding outfit for tomorrow’s wedding!

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Adventures in India…Part 4

Today I had the sweet delight of teaching kids at The SOS children’s Villages of India in Green Fields. This organization has 32 children’s Villiages in India, hundreds more around the world. These amazing people sole mission is to care, nourish, love, educate parentless children. These Villages have several small comfortable homes on each village. In this Villiage, Green Fields, Faridabad India, has 20 homes, 200 children age from birth to 18. Each home has their own “Mother” trained over years to nurture a child in all aspects for a full healthy life out in the world. I am so grateful for the generous hospitality and invitation to draw with these beautiful children. Mansi… (Prateek Dixit’s sister from Dehli Comic Con…are you seeing the serindipitas destiny of joyful synergy here?) …gave me a wonderful tour of the campus and one of the homes. It was heartwarming to see how much the children adored her. Thank you Villiage Director Mr.Amarjyoti Sarmah for the visit, and the most delicious tea I’ve ever tasted. Thank you Sonal Vashisht New Dehli Comic Con (ReedPop!) for this India Adventure. If you are looking for one more special place to donate to for your Holiday Giving, I urge you to JOIN ME and make a contribution at www.soschildrensvillages.in Feel free to contact wonderful Mansi Dixit for more information, and or to ship the kids some FANTASTIC Holiday gifts from Amazon.com!!! Let’s share some love my dear loyal Social Media Tribe! Thank YOU! 

 

 

 

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Join me for my LIVE drawing lesson WEBCAST from New Dehli India! I’m so inspired by the joyful people and exotic places here in India that I’ve GOT to draw The Taj Mahal with YOU! This is typically exclusively for my www.Draw3D.com members via our membership webcast platform. However this experience is so AMAZING I want to invite EVERYONE of you reading this to JOIN ME via Facebook LIVE tomorrow morning! It will be 9:30pm Thursday night in New Dehli and 10:00am in Houston. Be sure to log in at my personal FB page (I have attached a screen shot below).

I’m planning on drawing one of the 7 Wonders Of The World….The Taj Mahal! And some monkeys guarding the gate!

When: Thursday morning 10:00am Central Time (9:30pm New Delhi India Time)

Where: Face Book LIVE Webcast (see photo of correct page to friend and watch LIVE STREAM below). I’ll be streaming LIVE from Anindita AnandMedhavi Anand house, THANK YOU ANANDS!

Who is Invited? ALL DRAW3D.com members, and YOU! …and…everyone on the PLANET.

A special invitation to my Brilliant Host from Dehli Comic Con (ReedPop!) Sonal Vashisht and all of her 225 yellow shirted Volunteer Mighty Minions! Shireen Pasricha Prateek Dixit Faisal Qureshi menhaul

Be sure to have paper and pencil ready!

 

 

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India Adventures Part 2

This is my most joyful post in years. Anindita Anand, one of my wonderful New Dehli Comic Con Assistants invited me to her home for an authentic Indian Dinner with her family. Momma and Pappa Anand are deeply spiritual joyful loving people, what sweet hospitality. Attu and her sister Medhavi Anand and her cool little “TALL” brother all got such a kick out of her father trying to teach me how to eat with a pinch of roti (flat bread) and mushroom gravy. OMG this meal was DELICIOUS! Anindita has invited to join their family this Friday to their cousins wedding! I’m very excited, this is truly the joy of international travel, everyday I meet wonderful people who so graciously invite me to join in adventures. I accept enthusiastically then realize I AM NOT showing up at a formal traditional Indian wedding in my Comic Con Shirt and slacks. So what did the entire Anand family do? We all piled in their car, Pappa expertly navigating Dehli TRAFFIC 😱 NOT HONKING his horn even once! Even when we got slowed down by meandering cows that freely stroll through traffic. They take me to the neighborhood tailor to make me a custom tailored traditional Indian Kurta, chunni, Koti , and Pajamas. Watching Momma and Pappa Anand Picking out the rich colorful fabrics for each piece while little brother educated me on all the names of the hats and garments was pure delight! Having the tailor keep remeasuring me and tugging out MORE fabric was entertaining for us all. Our 10pm dinner lasted until after midnight, my son Mario even got to FaceTime in from Texas, it was hard to say goodnight after Anand and I swapped artwork. I feel as if I have a new family in India. I love you Anands!