Autobiography

Born on 02 Oct 1951 in New Delhi, Ronnie Chhibber was donned with a birth sign Libra, dedicated to art,literature ,balance and harmony in life-he engulfed all of these traits in great measure..The creative reflection in his personality showed its signs very early in life when he won numerous on the spot painting competitions while at school. He got write ups at very stage, in local newspapers of Dehra Dun, where he studied and later became School Captain at St Thomas College. He gave a public performance of a magic show during school fete at a tender age of 17yrs. He had already been bitten by the creative bug by then… he never looked back and later became a member of the International Brotherhood of magicians in Delhi.

Ronnie Chhibber is a graduate of the Defence Services Staff College– Wellington, has Masters Degree from Madras University and is an M Phil from Indore University. He is an accomplished helicopter pilot, served at the Indian Military Academy as an instructor and has been awarded silver gun for topping the young officer’s course in Artillery. He has been gifted from his childhood in this deep love and aesthetic sense for art. Having won many awards and appreciations in the field of art, painting, sculpture and magic he has a natural flair for painting, sketching, drawing, writing and magic. His paintings don many homes and Army Messes. He has acted in TV Ads, Bollywood films and AV Films for Trade Fairs and Corporates. He was a military consultant with Film Maker Shyam Benegal for film Bose - The Forgotten Hero, in which he got a single credit in appreciation for his work.

Married to a talented Gold Medalist, Ms Tincoo Chhibber, Ronnie’s thirst for creativity is a never quenching thirst… He is a talk motivator and has holds workshops on numerous topics for young MBA students across India. He has conceived, edited and published the first ever coffee table book on Training The Indian Army. This was released by the then President of India.

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