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A beautiful church around Connaught place. Amazing architecture. Next to parliament. A very lovely, peaceful and beautiful place to be. Worth visiting once. you'll get very fewer people there. The restriction is you can only spend some considerable amount of time inside with proper diary...More
This is an huge church with huge lawns and it shows the English architecture at its best , it comes under the umbrella of Church of north india ( CNI ) if you are in Delhi you must Visit this Church and attend the service...More
Please do not go here. If you really need to see the inside of tis church please google the images. the church has six gates out of which all are closed and you will spend half an hour trying to enter the compound. The person...More
When Edwin Lutyens and Herbert Baker designed the Viceroy’s Lodge as part of ‘New Delhi’ during the 1920s and 30s, one major landmark that had to be incorporated in the design of the new city was the church that the viceroy would attend. A ‘competition’...More
It is called Viceroy church by locals as was used by Viceroy of India during British rule, located near Parliament house and Rashtrapati Bhavan of New Delhi. Spectacular design made this church one of the finest in India, and remains cool inside during hot summer....More