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This church is located on Veer Nariman road in South Mumbai. Legend has it that the famous Churchgate area of South Mumbai gets its name courtesy this church. The beautiful church building’s architecture is Neo-classical and Neo-Gothic.
The first Anglican Church built in Bombay Fort by the British and made a Cathedral in 1837 with the appointment of the first Bishop for Mumbai, Thomas Carr.
Neo - classical and Neo- Gothic architecture.
A major repair project has taken place to re- shine...More
You have got to see this to believe it! Right in the heart of FORT, the main business district of Bombay, is this beautiful and quiet cathedral.You step in and you are in another world.Its a heritage structure and rightly so.
The Protestant cathedral appears, judging by the memorials inside, to have been funded by the East India Company, and those commemorated seem to have been exclusively British. This regularly used cathedral church lacks a memorialized connection with the congregation it serves.
That aside, this beautifully...More
This is a nice plain cathedral but with stunning stained glass windows.
A comment earlier said it was probably the best cathedral but I must disagree. The history of it is very good but it cannot be considered stunning.
used to be one of the 3 gates of Mumbai (I think) and obviously developed further in the 19th century based on some of the inscriptions. Lots of memorials to people from the East India company and some of them are quite detailed and laudatory....More
This is a magnificent well kept building, built in 1718 over 300 years ago. This was the first Anglican church in what was then Bombay. This cathedral dedicated to St. Thomas is very spacious and contains numerous colonial memorials and ornate gravestones. It has received...More