In 2018, Delhi’s Sunder Nursery garden was listed as one of the 100 greatest places in the world to visit by Time magazine. The 90-acre park run by the Aga Khan Foundation combines a Mughal garden, flower beds and manicured lawns with a natural forest. The park’s fame spread during the pandemic with people looking for open air spaces, and it did not take long for its splendour to be lost. Where once only a limited number of cars were permitted, it is now a free-for-all with limousines parked all around, sometimes trampling on shrubbery.
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