I visited the St. Andrew’s Church on May 27, 2010. When I shared the photographs of my visit to the Church with friends, many of them wanted to know when I had visited Portugal.
Characterised by a very distinctive Portuguese-type façade, the St. Andrew’s Church in Bandra, Mumbai, was built in 1575 by Portuguese Jesuits. It is located in the Reclamation area of Bandra, and is one of the several churches built by the Portuguese in the area.
Mumbai Lens is a photographic series which, as the name suggests, is Mumbai-centric and is an attempt to capture the various moods of the city through my camera lens. You can read more posts from this series here.