"Sunder Nursery: Delhi's Central Park." Geneva: Aga Khan Historic Cities Programme, 2017.
Sunder Nursery was established by the British to experiment with the trees proposed to be grown in the new capital in Delhi. It is a large, enclosed nursery on
the north side of Humayun’s Tomb, owned and operated by the Central Public
Works Department. Located in south central Delhi and spread over twenty-eight
hectares, the development of Sunder Nursery into a sustainable park is part of a
larger socio-economic development programme that includes the urban regeneration of Nizamuddin Basti and restoration of Humayun’s Tomb complex (a
World Heritage Site)