The renovation of the Neela Gumbad

  • A worker walks past a renovated tomb inside Sunder Nursery, a 100-acre field founded by British colonists to grow experimental plants, in New Delhi. (AP Photo)
  • Laborers work to renovate the Sunder Nursery, a 100-acre field founded by British colonists to grow experimental plants, in New Delhi.. (AP Photo)
  • Laborers work to renovate the Neela Gumbad (Blue Tomb) as part of a project for the creation of a mammoth park in New Delhi. (AP Photo)
  • Laborers work to renovate the Neela Gumbad, or Blue Tomb, as part of a project for the creation of a mammoth 1,200-acre park. (AP Photo)
  • Laborers work to renovate the Neela Gumbad, or Blue Tomb, as part of a project for the creation of a mammoth 1,200-acre park. (AP Photo)
  • Ratish Nanda, project director for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, inspects renovation work at the Sunder Nursery. (AP Photo)
  • laborers work to renovate a Mughal-era lotus pond at Sunder Nursery, a 100-acre field founded by British colonists to grow experimental plants. (AP Photo)
  • The creation of a mammoth, iconic park that would rival New York's Central Park as a refuge from urban chaos. It would be 1,200 acres, considerably larger than Central Park. (AP Photo)
  • A worker holds a painting of the tomb of Emperor Humayun as he works on the renovation of the Neela Gumbad (Blue Tomb) as part of a project for the creation of a mammoth park. (AP Photo)
  • A stray dog rests near a renovated tomb inside Sunder Nursery, a 100-acre field founded by British colonists to grow experimental plants. (AP Photo)

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