Cathedral Church of Redemption, New Delhi

The Cathedral Church of Redemption is the headquarters of the Church of North India, Delhi Diocese.

The Cathedral Church of Redemption is the headquarters of the Church of North India, Delhi Diocese. Built by Henry Medd between 1927-1935 it is a fine example of Colonial architecture.
















About Cathedral Church of Redemption

 1, Church Road, New Delhi, DL, India

 +91 11 2309 3325


Cathedral Church of Redemption and Nearby Sights on Map

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Parliament House

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Rashtrapati Bhavan

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Gurudwara Bangla Sahib

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Nehru Planetarium

Situated in Teen Murti House, the Nehru Planetarium organizes several events and shows to engage children and spark an interest in astronomy

Gyarah Murti

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Nehru Memorial Museum

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