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This third oldest church in Kolkata was built in 1787 on the peace of land donated by Raja Nabakrihna Deb, a native wealthy person. I visited this place recently for the second time after 1978. Here the history will whisper in your years. Job charnock,...More
I don’t visit a lot of churches when I travel, let alone reviewing it. But this one definitely has something to write home to. First and foremost: the Last Supper picture. Spoiler alert : John has a woman’s blonde hairstyle. Ask your guide why, when...More
This is a beautiful building set in attractive grounds. What makes it so interesting is reading the epitaphs of people on the walls and in the grounds. These give a brief insight into colonial life and death at the time of the Raj. The monument...More
Came across this church as part of a Walking tour of British Calcutta. Historical connections with Warren Hastings and the 'black hole of Calcutta'. Architecture is very much traditional European of that period. You could be anywhere in England in these surroundings. I'm glad its...More