90 acres abutting Humayun’s Tomb, the park is house to 6 World Heritage tomb-gardens dating back to the 16th century
Additionally, since the start of the project AKTC has planted over 20,000 saplings here which will create a green haven here for future generations.
With its well-manicured lawns, gardens, lake and rivulets and its natural zones filled with Delhi’s native plants, Sunder Nursery is a must visit during Delhi winters and spring
The park has Delhi’s four native habitats which has plants which used to grow in those regions, many interesting and rare varieties of birds and butterflies, and centuries’ old lofty trees
The underlying vision of developments at Sunder Nursery is to preserve and sample Delhi’s rich biodiversity. The region is a rich repository of avifauna and presents a brilliant opportunity to conserve and exhibit Delhi’s biodiversity
The design creatively combine heritage, forest vegetation and nursery functions within one comprehensive interactive experience that offers opportunities for recreation, education and discovery
Portions of Sunder Nursery have been converted into microhabitat zones which to replicate Delhi’s depleted landscape and become a ‘live site’ for increased environmental awareness