Retirement- A New Beginning of Dream

Retirement is one of the biggest events of one’s life. When are you retiring? What are your plans for retirement? How will you keep yourself busy? What will be the first you will do after retirement? How will you accomplish all your dreams that you dropped for your job? How are you going to manage your finances after retirement? These questions often bounce back in our heads because they are inevitable. There are a handful of things to do while answering these questions. From investing in LIPs to buying a guaranteed pension plan – people do it all to sail securely after retirement. Whether you’re retiring early or traditionally as practiced through centuries – it’s bound to bring a significant change in your life. The idea of not going to work or chasing the same life you’ve been for decades is comforting. Without a doubt, retirement is one life event that is anticipated by millions of people around the world. It’s a time when people can finally live a different life; pursue hobbies, travel and what not! However, you will need to have the right financial planning that enables your dream life after retirement. It’s true we all have a passion or two, a hobby that keeps us awake and gives us a relief like nothing else. However, seldom do we find time to pursue it during our working years. Once you retire, you have all the time in the world to pursue your passion. It’s never too late to pursue your hobbies and live your life on your own terms. As now, all the responsibilities are fulfilled and the entire time is yours. If you don’t have a hobby or a passion for something other than your work by the time you retire, well there’s always room for one. You can draw, paint, learn music, indulge yourself in wildlife photography while travelling, or plant a home garden and a lot more. And ARISE will provide you the correct platform for it. We will not only provide you the training but will also showcase the artwork through exhibitions and auctions. You will need two things – a passion/hobby and enough funds to make it happen after your retirement. Remember, hobbies can be expensive. So, if pursuing a hobby is what you want to do after retirement – it is what we are here for. ARISE provides facilities and training programs through which you can easily pursue your hobby by learning different activities and also earn money for your living. Some folks cannot just quit working or are ambitious beyond belief. If you think you fall into.

Unexplored Art of India

Art is something that comes naturally to some people. Have you ever wondered how a particular art form is passed down generations with its beauty escalating with the passage of time? Art form on textiles is one such genre which unfortunately is a dying occupation now. Various form of textile art, some which are as old as a couple of centuries have withheld the progress of time and fashion to sustain itself in the market. The problem is that the craftsmen are from mural background, often illiterate and dependent on middlemen for their product to reach the buyer. The positive point is that they are quite adept at this work and one of a kind with the age old craft having few skilled craftsmen left. Textile art is a manifestation of our cultural roots. A lot of them had been patronised by the then royal class of the Mughals and Rajputs to gain cult status. Few were also encouraged by the British who bought such art work from the craftsmen for the petty amounts and enjoyed the beauty of those products. This kind of artwork each belongs to a specific region. Aari work in Kashmir, Phulkari in Punjab, Banrasi work in Uttar Pradesh, Leheriya in Rajasthan, Bandhani in Gujarat and Rajasthan, Kantha work in West Bengal, tussar textile and Madhubani in Bihar, Maheshwari in Madhya Pradesh and many more. These art works require intricate detailing and handwork to make them stand out for themselves. Being culturally diverse and distinct, these varieties of art forms have evolved over the years. For example zardozi work which is a hand embroidered work done by metallic threads, first used only gold and silver threads. Owing to the higher cost, it has not been replaced by copper and steel threads. Whatever the style of evolvement, these are all unique, admirable and imitable in their own might. These art forms showed a steady decline in the number of craftsmen as they migrated to other places in search of more lucrative means. To help them sustain their livelihood and to protect their talent, it is our utmost responsibility to revise these art forms and help them create a global platform for their products. Arise wants to initiate progress in this field and wishes to encourage this passion of being in handicraft business. Fashion houses can be made aware of these art forms on a higher scale so that more demands are generated for such products. Such art forms can be displayed on sarees, dress materials, home decor and for gift purposes. As a proud Indian citizen we should take leverage of our rich culture and help promote activities for their growth. Arise is a forum which encourages youth to participate in such activities and help generate more employment in this arena. It is just awareness that makes a huge difference in it all. A shove of encouragement is worth more than anything these skilled labours require. At Arsie we think that is doesn’t matter how slow we go, as long as we don’t stop. And as Albert Einstein has famously said, “Strive not to be a success, but rather to be value.”

A New Beginning of Dream

Retirement is one of the biggest events of one’s life. When are you retiring? What are your plans for retirement? How will you keep yourself busy? What will be the first you will do after retirement? How will you accomplish all your dreams that you dropped for your job? How are you going to manage your finances after retirement? These questions often bounce back in our heads because they are inevitable. There are a handful of things to do while answering these questions. From investing in LIPs to buying a guaranteed pension plan – people do it all to sail securely after retirement. Whether you’re retiring early or traditionally as practiced through centuries – it’s bound to bring a significant change in your life. The idea of not going to work or chasing the same life you’ve been for decades is comforting. Without a doubt, retirement is one life event that is anticipated by millions of people around the world. It’s a time when people can finally live a different life; pursue hobbies, travel and what not! However, you will need to have the right financial planning that enables your dream life after retirement. It’s true we all have a passion or two, a hobby that keeps us awake and gives us a relief like nothing else. However, seldom do we find time to pursue it during our working years. Once you retire, you have all the time in the world to pursue your passion. It’s never too late to pursue your hobbies and live your life on your own terms. As now, all the responsibilities are fulfilled and the entire time is yours. If you don’t have a hobby or a passion for something other than your work by the time you retire, well there’s always room for one. You can draw, paint, learn music, indulge yourself in wildlife photography while travelling, or plant a home garden and a lot more. And ARISE will provide you the correct platform for it. We will not only provide you the training but will also showcase the artwork through exhibitions and auctions. You will need two things – a passion/hobby and enough funds to make it happen after your retirement. Remember, hobbies can be expensive. So, if pursuing a hobby is what you want to do after retirement – it is what we are here for. ARISE provides facilities and training programs through which you can easily pursue your hobby by learning different activities and also earn money for your living. Some folks cannot just quit working or are ambitious beyond belief. If you think you fall into