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6/4/21

Ahmedabadi artist's 'creation from scratch', idea of ​​suicide but decided to give it a chance and opened an art studio, making tattoos earns Rs 7 lakh a year

Today's Positive Story:  Ahmedabadi artist's 'creation from scratch', idea of ​​suicide but decided to give it a chance and opened an art studio, making tattoos earns Rs 7 lakh a year


With the help of art, the youth is living a good life and earning good money.

To fulfill the dream of becoming an artist, I had to start working from a standard 10 vacation



An artist from Ahmedabad has made sense of the saying, "Even the Himalayas do not hurt a strong-minded person." The artist, who has made people feel Satya-Shiva and beauty through his art, has come forward by seeing many shades of life. At one time, surrounded by suicidal thoughts, the artist decided to give life a chance, awakened the craze of art and started 'creation from scratch'. After many ups and downs, Jignesh Fumkia, who lives in India Colony, Ahmedabad, has achieved a place in the top tattoo artist. Jignesh, who calls himself a 'fantasy artist', now owns an art studio and earns Rs 7 lakh a year from his art.

Became a tattoo artist after doing a job of roll polishing in an embroidery factory

Working from a young age,
Jignesh's family did not have a good financial situation before, so he had to start working from a standard 10 vacation to fulfill his dream of becoming an artist. Jignesh himself wanted to relieve the family by paying for his education. So I was working as a roll polisher in an embroidery factory. A little bit of income from this would cover the cost of pocket money and education. Thus in adolescence he was forced to learn to stand on his own two feet.

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Leaving the idea of ​​suicide,
Jignesh is detained in the third semester of his diploma and then breaks his mind. Thoughts of what to do next annoy them. In the end, he even thinks of suicide. But still thinking of taking a chance and deciding to fight the situation with a calm mind, he decides to do what he likes. On the other hand, he also decides to finish his studies. After being detained in 2013, he spent 6 months working as a roll polisher in an embroidery factory. Some of which are very lucrative, but not enough to bring in tattoo equipment. The factory owner is impressed by his passion and helps him financially to bring a few useful tools for making tattoos and since then Jignesh's journey to become a 'tattoo artist' begins.

In 2013, Jignesh started his professional work as a tattoo artist from home.

Even after losing, his courage remained intact. In the
year 2013, Jignesh started his professional work as a tattoo artist from home. Then slowly learn from social media and from his own experience. They develop different skills related to the tattoo artist. Then in the initial year their annual income is about 85 thousand. 


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He then starts a studio with a friend. But for some inexplicable reason, the studio has to close for only a month and a half. In spite of his loss, Jignesh continues to work from home with courage. Finally in the year 2019, after the end of bad times, they set up their own independent studio 'Kabira Tattoo and Piercing - The Studio of Art'. Running in the studio for three consecutive years, they have achieved many peaks of success and now their annual income is around Rs 7 lakh.

Also manages event management and organization, occasional decorations and dress design

Leaving
his job to become an artist, Jignesh says about his education, he took primary education from Vidyanagar High School. Then after standard 10, he took admission in Diploma in Instrumentation and Control branch from Government Polytechnic, Gandhinagar and in the same branch, L.J. Degree from the Institute. 


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Jignesh did not have a job after doing engineering. But due to family pressure, he started working in an international company, but he did not feel like it and resigned from there on the 25th day. There were two roads after completing the degree. Family wanted to do a job, but Mann wanted to be a tattoo artist. Then they believe the mind. Giving the reason, he says, "Even if I get a little of this, the greatest happiness was to be found there, the satisfaction was to be found there."

After the ups and downs, Jignesh gets a tattoo in the studio today.


Exposes Art as a Tattoo Artist Jigneshbhai is currently working on tattoos, body piercings and laser tattoo removal. Also manages event management and organization, occasional decorations and dress design. Jigneshbhai also gives professional training in drawing and sketching.


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Currently 4 students are preparing under his guidance. Giving a message to today's youngsters, Jigneshbhai says, 'Every art within oneself should be brought out. Listen to the inner voice, the inner soul. Only then can we come forward. '

She has also won prizes in Navratri, including her own dress.

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What are the achievements?
Jignesh has also achieved many achievements. In 2014, he got a handicraft license from the Ministry of Textiles of the Government of India. Later during the degree he also received honors from GTU for creative art work. Apart from this, Jignesh is equally fond of playing Garba. She also won the title of Best Traditional Dress (Male) category in both Navratri and 2018. In which he designed a traditional dress of 28 kg himself! He has since received the nickname 'Corona Warrior True Hero' from True-Caller for his role as Corona's Warrior.

Also served the needy during the lockdown.



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Jignesh is also a social worker.
He also does social work with the help of Elixir Foundation. Corona has helped with the distribution of pandemics, including food distribution, ration kits, food packets, medical kits, oxygen cylinders. So far he has delivered five and a half to six thousand ration kits to the people. In addition to this, through social media and by going to different places to create awareness among the people about Korona, people were given understanding. Also created a broadcast group through social media. Which provided people with accurate information. Jignesh is the Vice President of the Lions Leo Club in Ahmedabad. In which blood donation camp is also organized. The club sent blood to patients in need during the lockdown.

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