Lucknow: before Sunday afternoon, Azman Khan had almost no idea about his plans for the future, but it was actually the wires on the wall that opened his eyes.
Seeing a temporary wall on one of the shopping mall Boulevard engraved with the words "I will one day" inspired him to write "work for the United Nations to accept rape victims.
Making people realize their dreams is the goal of Kopal Khanna to build temporary walls on mall Avenue and Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Park.
"After reading a book by the author organizing the event worldwide, I was also inspired. " she said.
In 2015, she organized the event at the University of South Carolina in Los Angeles for the first time, when she was studying there.
Inspired by the reaction, Khanna sees this as an opportunity for Lucknow to get inspiration.
Although Ehab Khan (14)
Sanjiv Khanna dreams of becoming a father (54)
Wrote his debt dream. free someday.
From the digitization of rural communities to the spread of happiness, the wall is full of dreams of the city.
Describes the ideas behind the initiative, 24-
"Once people write something here, they remember to follow it," said one-year-old student . ".
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