This is the church of Churchgate Station. It is the home to many colonial graves and tributes. The East India Company, and various regiments are recorded in the deeds of their officers.
About St. Thomas Cathedral Mumbai
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A church about which we happened to see on the net and went. It's a very very old church with lots of statues carved from marble . The design of the church is beautiful too. A marble statue of the first bishop of Mumbai is...More
It was the very antique and beautiful cathedral in Mumbai. You'll be surprised there is such a calm and peaceful place in the loud city. It's good for just seating there and feeling some atmosphere or chilling out yourself during looking around. You can see...More
As an Episcopalian, part of the worldwide Anglican Communion, it was nice to attend the Sunday Eucharist at St Thomas'. As is important to Anglicans, it was a common worship experience done in an indigenous manner. The vast majority of the congregation, choir and the...More
Set off Horniman circle, this church is one of India's oldest and is yet not popular amongst tourists and even local Mumbaikars! Well that helps in keeping this wonderful institution clean and less crowded. It was a peaceful experience and would certainly recommend all to...More
This place is hidden from everyone and I wonder why it's not firmly on the tourist map of India. There so much to learn about Mumbai history from all the brilliant epitaphs that are on the walls of the church. I have been here on...More
This is Mumbais first Anglican Cathedral located on D. N. Road. It is a lovely place. Very peaceful and beautiful. There is a congregation every sunday. Any visitor to Mumbai must stop by.
One of the most beautiful churches of Mumbai,St. Thomas Cathedral at D.N Road close to Mumbai fort is a must see.It was the first Anglican in the Mumbai when It was constructed.It is a splendid architectural beauty.It is a very relaxing place.
Beautiful building. This is a must on your list. The history of the congregation over the years is just amazing. British through and through. If you enjoy visiting churches during your travels go and visit St Thomas Cathedral.