All Saints' Cathedral, also known as Patthar Girja is an Anglican cathedral placed in Allahabad, India. Modeled after 13th-century Gothic style church buildings, it's far the various Gothic Revival homes built by means of the British throughout their rule in India. British architect Sir William Emerson, who additionally designed the Victoria Memorial, Kolkata, designed the cathedral in 1871. It changed into consecrated in 1887 and was finished four years later. The church celebrates its anniversary on All Saints' Day and is a part of the Church of North India.
The cathedral is at the centre of a huge open space at the crossing of two of the main roads of Allahabad, MG Marg and SN Marg. The land for the cathedral was granted via Sir William Muir, the lieutenant governor of the North Western Provinces; thereafter Elizabeth Huntly Wemyss, his wife, laid the inspiration stone on 10 April 1871. British architect Sir William Emerson changed into hired to designed the constructing, he had already designed the Crawford Market, Bombay, and accompanied this with the Muir Central College, Allahabad, that is now part of the Allahabad University.