Conservation works on the Azimganj Serai aim to revive the lost cultural significance and architectural integrity of the monument. The monument has seen significant loss of architectural features such as chambers, arches and masonry walls in the last fifty years due to loss of connectivity and no maintenance. Conservation works will use traditional materials and craft techniques and also serve as a platform for training opportunities. It is expected that conservation works will require at least 250,000 man-days of craftsmen’s work thereby generating significant employment. Once conserved and the collapsed portions are reconstructed, Azimganj Serai will further enhance the Mughal cultural landscape of the Humayun’s Tomb setting, making a significant case to expand the WHS boundaries to include the Sarai.