The Qutb Shahi Tombs, the 16th Century necropolis and one of Hyderabad’s most known heritage tourism sites, is set for a new chapter. The combined efforts of the Aga Khan Foundation, Heritage Telangana and the Aga Khan Trust for Culture (AKTC) will soon see the 106-acre premises donning the mantle of a one-of-its kind heritage park. According to Ratish Nanda, CEO of AKTC India, almost 60 percent of the works have been completed so far. "In 2021, conservation works are being undertaken on over a dozen monuments including five baolis. These works will be completed by 2024," he said.