Meet Kashmir’s self-taught artist whose Insta page of artworks is a hit


SRINAGAR: Within the up to date world, you’ll find many of the youth making excuses for remaining unemployed. However not Khazin Munir, who regardless of being a doctoral pupil in regulation, earns her bread by way of calligraphy and different artwork and craft types.

Munir, a self-taught artist from Srinagar, is the proud proprietor of the enterprise ‘KAAMEKAAR’, which is mainly an Instagram web page, the place she showcases her inventive expertise in calligraphy, wall-hangings, umbrellas, custom-made kangris and so forth., attracting many on-line clients to her artworks.

She stated KAAMEKAAR is extra of ardour than a easy social media web page to her. When she began the web page, she was probably not hopeful that it could work, however her inventive expertise have been attracting scores of individuals.

“I have been very lucky to have got an audience who always admire me, support me and love me. I started it as a page for calligraphy, but gradually it became a multi-art page where you can customize calligraphies, wall-hangings, chocolate bouquets, nail and thread art, customized paper bags, gift wrapping, needle work art, small goody baskets, customized kangris etc.,” she stated.

“Basically, if you want to gift something different to someone or want something special for yourself, we have got your back,” added Munir.

Munir, who hails from the Sanat Nagar space in Srinagar, is at present pursuing her PhD in regulation from the University of Kashmir. Up to now, artwork was only a passion for her. When she began her Instagram web page three years again, she was busy finishing her masters.

She stated the web page was began on the idea of hit and trial methodology. Her siblings pressurized her to take action, as they had been eager to see the response of most people. Inside just a few days of launching the web page, Munir acquired her first order and since then there was no wanting again.

With time, she realized that her passion was making her stress-free and neglect the various challenges in life.

“Art for many is just a stroke on paper or just a hanging on the wall, but for me art is strength, medium of expression, happiness, perfection and a way of life,” she stated.

Munir accomplished her education from the Presentation Convent College until tenth after which from the Mallinson College until twelfth.

She didn’t have a ardour for artwork in her college days, however with time she started to develop a particular liking for the artistic type.

“I was not that artistic in school, but with time my personality made its way to the outer world. When I was doing my BA LLB, I used to participated in many competitions, both state and national-level. I won many prizes, which included some cash price also. I have represented the Kashmir University in many inter-varsity competitions at the national level,” she stated.

Munir belongs to a well-educated household. Her father retired because the chief architect of Kashmir. Her sister can also be an architect.

“I never thought of doing a small business or starting something like this, because I didn’t have a business background. But destiny has different things stored for me, and I am very happy for that,” she stated.

Munir attracts inspiration from his dad and mom.

“I have seen my father work day and night, creating unique designs for his clients. He is a pioneer in his profession and I just wanted to adapt the mechanism which he has created for himself. I draw much of the inspiration from him,” she stated.

Munir, who has labored on a number of tasks thus far, stated each challenge is fascinating and particular to him.

However her pal’s marriage ceremony decor, which had umbrellas, nikah potlis, backdrops, mehndi trays and so forth., nail and thread artwork at her father’s workplace and mandala artwork on a 12 toes wall are few of her inventive works which might be very near her coronary heart.

She additionally stated that digitalisation has made issues simple and accessible.

“On a click of a button, one can now order any stuff. This gives a content creator and an artist a platform to showcase his/her work, get appreciation and last but not the least, earn a livelihood because job opportunities are very few now,” she stated.

“After three years of continuous hard work, people have started recognizing my Insta page… I get so many overwhelming messages from people now. Some praise my work while some compliment my patience. I feel elated to receive such messages, which motivate me to work harder in order to brush up my skills,” concludes Munir.

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