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Jammu and Kashmir: Medical student turning waste materials to work of art
Kashmir Art
Image: Tabish Aijaz Khan Twitter page

Jammu and Kashmir: Medical student turning waste materials to work of art

| @indiablooms | 30 Sep 2020, 06:57 pm

Srinagar: A medical student from Jammu and Kashmir is turning waste material to art, earning appreciations for her creations.

Tabish Aijaz Khan of Anantnag district is a self-taught artist.

According to reports, she paints on Chinar leaves and waste material to turn them to creation of art.

"I started painting cartoons and drawings back in school as a hobby and with practice, my painting skills were improved," Tabish told ANI.

"I started painting more in 2016 and I used to post the pictures of my art on the social media platforms for which I received a great response. It encouraged me to paint more. Earlier, I used to think it is my hobby but during this time, I realised it was my passion," she said.

Today, the medical student even sees an empty canvas in a broken cup and soon she turns them to masterpieces.

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