Anantnag: A Girl from Southern Kashmir’s Anantnag District, an MBBS Student talented art designer who got an entry in both Asia book of records and India book of records for painting of maximum number of Chinar leaves.
Tabish Aijaz Khan, daugher of Aijaz Ahmad Khan hailing from Iqbal abad in South Kashmir’s Anantnag District is presently pursuing MBBS from Bangladesh and also a talented art designer. She had completed her Matriculation from Hamdard Public school, New Delhi and 12th also from New Delhi. She went to Bangladesh for her further studies where she is currently pursuing MBBS.
She learnt Art designing art during her school days. She was in 4th standard when she first design painting and it became her hobby. In the year 2016 when everybody was in home because of unrest she used to make paintings to spend time and got much interest in doing so. Since then she never look up back and today she is known for her talent. She is not letting her studies get her effected while studying and making art designing at same talent. Her family also fully support her in her studies as well making art designing.
Father of Tabish while talking to Kashmir Glacier said that, “We will always support and encourage her in every field whatever she wants to do. She has make us proud with her success.” adding,” Parents should support their children in their field so that their talent will get wasted.”
Another Family member while taking to Kashmir Glacier Said That, “We have appreciated our sister she made us proud of her.”
“After drawing more than 300 paintings on Chinar leaves i applied for India book records and Asia book of records. After waiting for 3 months i finally got entry in India book of records and after proper investigation which continued for few days I also got an entry into Asia book of records. After waiting for 3 months of long time I was bit disappointed to think that I couldn’t got an entry in India book of records then to my surprise I got a message confirming my entry into the same that moment I felt delighted as I couldn’t hold on to share my happiness with my parents, “said Tabish Aijaz while exclusively talking with Kashmir Glacier.
“Due to non-availability of Art academy I faced lot of problems in taking the print outs of my work. I worked very hard to reach all this fame and after facing all the hardships now I can make painting easily. I am greatly thankful to my parents who supported me on my journey of success by never hindering me in chasing my dreams,” Tabish added.
She further said that she can make Paper Machie work on Chinar Leaves, Stones, and even she is good in Arabic Calligraphy while among all that she received much appreciation for her work on “Chinar Leaf”.
She used to make painting and sketches with help Paper and Canvas which usually takes her 7 days to complete painting ‘Kashur Kour’ which was more time consuming painting. In this painting she used acrylic colours, pastels and glitters. The less time consuming making painting was ‘Chinar Leaf’,” she further told Kashmir Glacier.
Tabish Khan while talking to Kashmir Glacier said that, “I used to draw paintings in my free time but 2016 unrest which lasted for several months barring day to day activities and during that times I involved myself in making paintings and Sketches and by that way I gained much interest towards this field,” adding, “Later I posted my designs on social media on which I got much appreciation and positive response which inspire me to make more and more designs.”
She further said that her studies have not been effected as she is simultaneously managing both of the beats. As initially she was used to gift her paintings to her friends and relatives who appreciated her work and now she has started to fetch a good sum by selling her work.
“My aim is to become a Doctor and even after becoming a Doctor I will continue my art work. Further I want to start an Open Art academy for the youth talented in Art Designing. I am also looking forward to catch a good international audience for all of my work,” said Tabish Khan in an exclusive interaction with Kashmir Glacier.