St Thomas' Cathedral

St Thomas' Cathedral: A chapter in Mumbai’s history

Print edition : January 17, 2020

In 2004, St Thomas’ Cathedral earned the UNESCO Asia-Pacific heritage conservation award. Photo: Zahan Lamba

The commemorative plaque near Horniman Circle in Mumbai’s Fort district, which is filled with heritage structures. Photo: Anupama Katakam

A plaque recognising Zero Point and the importance of the cathedral in the development of Mumbai city. Photo: Paul Noronha

The exquisite interior of the 300-year-old cathedral. Photo: Paul Noronha

A fountain outside the cathedral. Photo: Zahan Lamba

A marble statue inside. Photo: Zahan Lamba

Windows near the steps leading to the clock tower. Photo: Zahan Lamba

Arches at the back of the church. The church has gone through several rounds of restoration over the years. Photo: Zahan Lamba

St Thomas’ Cathedral, which celebrated its 300th Christmas this year, has a shared history with Mumbai from its colonial days and stands as a symbol of its heritage.
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