New Delhi, Nov. 15 -- In the heart of Delhi lies the lush expanse of Sunder Nursery, a Unesco World Heritage Site, known as Azim Bagh in the 16th century. Situated next to the majestic Humayun's Tomb, it looks resplendent in its restored avatar, thanks to the efforts of the Nizamuddin Urban Renewal Initiative-a public-private partnership between government bodies and the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN) that also roped in the people of Nizamuddin basti. And now this verdant oasis is all set to serve as the backdrop for an art exhibition.

Come Saturday, 64 sandstone yogini sculptures will cluster around a lotus pond dating back to the medieval era. These will be accompanied by etchings in zinc plates and five sculptures in wood and bro...