This is an old lovely church, in the core of Margao, close to the Old Market. The fundamental square of the Holy Spirit Church is made in the Indian elaborate compositional style, with a parochial house on one side and the palatial manors of rich world class Catholics, situated in succession on the opposite side.
The focal vault of the congregation has towers on either side. The amazing inside has a stucco roof, a plated lectern embellished with carvings of the witnesses, a Rococo sacrificial table, and a rich Baroque holy place.
The inside of the congregation is enhanced with precious stones, a pipe organ, and stucco. The cross inside the congregation is from the late seventeenth century and the sacrificial tables inside the congregation are committed to Mary, St. Dwindle and St. Michael. In the long stretch of December, a devour is held at the congregation.