The project ensures that conservation standards and process are established through the works being undertaken on the monuments in Humayun’s
Tomb- Nizamuddin Basti-Sunder
Nursery by adhering to established Indian and international conservation philosophy and principles. It stringently maintains authenticity of the original design in both form and materialsubstance
by employing hundreds of master craftsmen working with traditional building materials.
All conservation work is supervised by the multi-disciplinary ASI-AKTC
team and preceded by archival research, high definition surveys, and structural assessments and peer review. The Conservation Plan for the project includes a Statement of Significance and conservation philosophy, stakeholder discussion with local residents and independent experts from agencies such as UNESCO
Based on onsite requirements and conservation work in specific areas, the project has revived and re-developed expertise on application and treatment of near-extinct crafts, materials and techniques through training modules, seminars and workshops.