In this Wednesday, June 5, 2013 photo, Ratish Nanda, project director for 

In this Wednesday, June 5, 2013 photo, Ratish Nanda, project director for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, talks as he inspects renovation work at the Sunder Nursery, a 100 acre field founded by British colonists to grow experimental plants, in New Delhi, India. The renovation is intended to serve as the catalyst for an even more ambitious project: 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. It would encompass one of the most impressive collections of medieval Islamic monuments, anchored by the grandiose tomb of Emperor Humayun, a 16th Century prototype for the Taj Mahal. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
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In this Wednesday, June 5, 2013 photo, Ratish Nanda, project director for the Aga Khan Trust for Culture, talks as he inspects renovation work at the Sunder Nursery, a 100 acre field founded by British colonists to grow experimental plants, in New Delhi, India. The renovation is intended to serve as the catalyst for an even more ambitious project: 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. It would encompass one of the most impressive collections of medieval Islamic monuments, anchored by the grandiose tomb of Emperor Humayun, a 16th Century prototype for the Taj Mahal. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)
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