Park in Delhi

A lost 16th century Mughal garden in the heart of New Delhi is to be transformed into one of the world’s largest city centre parks, in a multimillion pound project from the Aga Khan and India’s government. The park will be based around Emperor Humayun’s Tomb, the world heritage site believed to have been the inspiration for the Taj Mahal, and will include the Purana Qila, the medieval fort of India’s Mughal and Afghan rulers, a 16th century caravanserai, smart restaurants and a museum to tell their stories.

Read More: Aga Khan Revives Lost 16th Century Mughal Garden in Heart of Delhi

See also: Return of the Mughal