Lady of graces... awesome place for Christians for worship. We generally visit there. It is very peaceful place.
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This place has always been an attraction for me whenever I visit Meerut.. Well maintained by the board..clean and peaceful..
The church, is spread in a large area, with Mango garden all around. The visit to church is spectacular, and inside the Church, lively statues are there, which will leave you spellbound.
Had visited the bascillica located around 15 kms from Meerut city, had taken a bus from Begum Bridge to Sardana. You will have to ask the driver/conductor to drop you at a location from where you can take a rickshaw to the Church, the rickshaw charges around Rs 20 though if you are in a group the distance is walkable.... More
The church in Sardhana was built in 1822 by Begum Samru (a local queen) the only catholic ruler king in India . The world" Basilica" is associated with only only few churches based upon their beauty,historical importance and some other considerations. There are only 21 Basilica in India (largest No in Asia) and 17 of them are Roman Catholic. In... More
Located slightly outside the city in a small place called Sardhana, this church is very important one. It has beautiful carving and statues. A must visit
This was my third visit to this place.. Every visit makes you feel much better... only problem here is avalibility of some good place to have meal... but that doesn't and shouldn't stop anyone from visiting here.. Location.. easily available on any map Parking.. easily available Guide.. available Photography is not allowed inside the premises. ..
This is like any other average church. One can visit it if in Meerut since there are very limited options for tourists in Meerut. However , you wont regret even if you give it a miss.Very far from the main city.
This was my second visit to the attraction. This time I was lucky to get a guided tour. The place is well maintained and has history of its own. The construction is fusion of many school of art. It is really a beautiful church and in November the number of visitors reaches many thousand. Worth visiting.
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