Qutub MinarTaj Mahallotus Templelotus Temple
Golden Triangle India Golden Triangle India
Churches of Delhi, Delhi Churches, Churches in Delhi, New Delhi Churches, Delhi Church Tours.

Churches of Delhi

Cathedral Church of Redemption:
Designed by Henry Medd, Cathedral Church of the Redemption resembles the shape of a birthday cake with a candle placed upon it. Situated the north of the Jaipur Column, in the Rashtrapati Bhawan area, the church is not much of historical importance but has delightful interiors that are a treat for its visitors. It has been so built that heat is kept off even when summer is in its prime and the place remains cool and calm as sunlight peeps into the church through small and recessed openings, placed strategically. There is a tinted glass window that enhances the ethereal beauty of the church. It also houses a fine organ and a silver-cross, which was donated to the Church by Irwin.

Church of the Sacred Heart:
Built in 1927-28, the Roman Catholic Church of the Sacred Heart, also popularly known as Viceroy's Church, was designed by Henry Medd and represents one of his more ambitious projects. This Church displays a strong Italianate influence, with a facade of white pillars, which support a canopy placed against a dark brick background. There are circular arcaded turrets that rise above the roof on each side of the entrance porch. The interiors are fabulous with a towering curved roof, polished stone floors and broad arches laid down into smooth walls that creates a magnificent grandiose look.

St. James Church:
St. James Church situated in the Kashmere Gate area is believed to be the oldest surviving Church of Delhi. James Skinner, the son of a Scottish father and a Rajput mother, built it. The architecture is heavily influenced by the western classical design and a Greek cross plan. The porticoes built on the three sides were conceptualized to symbolize the three arms of the cross. The eastern arm contains the altar, while a dome covers the middle segment of the church. St. James Church was badly damaged in 1857 but in 1865, it was renovated again. The grave of James Skinner is placed in front of the altar, while the other graves that belong to his family members lie in the north of the church. Unlike other churches, it remains closed on Sundays and is opened only on special requests or services.

Contact Our Tour Planner
Tour Style:
Requirements & Travel Plan:
Your Contact Information
Privacy Policy
* Mandatory fields