Padri Ki Haveli, additionally called St. Mary's Church and it is the most seasoned church of Bihar. It was outlined by a Venetian modeler, Tirreto. The Roman Catholics assembled a little Church at first, which was later reproduced and is right around 70 feet long, 50 feet in tallness and 40 feet wide. The congregation has withstood numerous cataclysms throughout the years. It was first assaulted by Nawab Mir Qasim over a fight with the British brokers. Later a noteworthy bit of this holy place was pulverized amid the Revolt of 1857.
The church still maintains the excellence of its structural plan. Both Christian and non-Christian individuals throng the congregation amid the Christmas Eve. The congregation has an eminent formed chime with engravings on it. Mother Teresa got her preparation in this congregation. In the midst of the cataclysms that had struck the congregation every once in a while ever, numerous urgent archives and records that was protected for long inside the premises of the congregation were singed to cinders amid the plunder.