Man replaces a stolen heart symbol ‘I love Delhi’  in Karol Bagh using paper

By Tasso Konia
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A few days ago, social media was buzzing with findings of a missing heart symbol from an 'I love Delhi' installation in Delhi's Karol Bagh. There is now renewed interest in it, but for a reason that will make you smile. As it turns out, someone took it upon himself to devise a workaround for the problem. He substituted a paper heart for the vandalized signage.

“Fixed the heart... Bob the builder ne karke dikha diya,” he wrote while posting a few images showcasing his creation. One of the pictures also shows the heart image up close with a little poetry written on it. When translated, the poem written partially in Hindi, reads, “Heart is heart, be it of plastic or paper.

Take a look at the post:


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A post shared by Karshin Khatri (@houseofkhatri)

The post has been shared a day ago. Since being shared, the clip has accumulated nearly 10,000 likes and counting. The post has also gathered tonnes of appreciative comments from people.

“Well done bro,” wrote an Instagram user. “Great work,” posted another. “You did a fantabulous job,” expressed a third. “Delhi loves you right back,” commented a fourth.

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