Nanda, Ratish, and Mohammad Shaheer. "Sunder Nursery Conservation". In Heritage of the Mughal World, edited by Philip Jodidio, 209-217. Munich: Prestel, 2015.
Sunder Nursery, earlier known as Azim Bagh or the “great garden”, was established in the twentieth century to experiment and propagate plants for New Delhi during British colonial times. Within Sunder Nursery and its adjoining Batashewala complex stand seven Mughal-era garden-tombs. The Landscape Master Plan now being implemented at Sunder Nursery aims to link the conservation effort on the standing monuments to create a major landscape space of truly urban scale, deriving inspiration from the traditional Indian concept of congruency between nature, garden and utility, coupled with environmental conservation.
From Sunder Nursery Conservation in Heritage of the Mughal World (Philip Jodidio, editor)