Visiters come to Sunder Nursery to see the Sunder Burj, which translates to Sunder Tower. Conservation works were carried out from 2010-2012 by the Agha Khan Trust with a grant from the U.S Ambasassador’s Fund for Cultural Preservation. Spring is an ideal season to visit the monumental structure. Flowers blooming in Madhuban neigborhood park in New Delhi, India. Feb. 19, 2021. A honey bee sitting on a flower. New Delhi, India, March 22, 2021. “Plucking flowers is prohibited” is written on a sign in the Madhuban neighborhood park. Sanjay Kumar Goswami is a fruit juice seller in Laxmi Nagar, New Delhi, India. Fruit juice is symbolic of the rejuvenation spring brings in. March 10, 2021 A painter hired by Aga Khan Foundation restored Sunder Burj. Kahwah is a traditional green tea prepared and consumed in Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Kashmir Valley. The tea is made by boiling green tea leaves with saffron, cinnamon bark, cardamom and roses for aroma. This is served in Fab Cafe in Sunder Nursery. The heritage park has become a tourist destination with a cafe in it as well. A bottlebrush flower. A gardener mowing the lawn in Sunder Nursery, New Delhi, India. This tree with yellow flowers announces the return of spring, vibrant and bright as ever. A coconut water seller outside Sunder Nursery. Coconut water is a fresh cooler in the warm breeze of the spring season. March 15, 2021. Flowers blooming on trees at Sunder Nursery, New Delhi, India. March 15, 2021. A caretaker sweeping the fallen leaves after winter has ended in Sunder Nursery, New Delhi, India. A dog lying in a pile of leaves in Madhuban neighborhood park in New Delhi, India. Feb. 24, 2021.
By Saumya Rastogi Boston University News Service
Spring season in India may only two months long, but it brings new hope and renewal. Leaves of the previous season are swept away, and the new season is welcomed as people go out and explore the wonders of nature. The sun is out and birds are humming tunes of spring on Saturday, March 27. Spring 2021 brings new hope as India slowly reopens amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.