The St. Cajetan Church has been developed on the essential outline of the Basilica of St. Dwindle in Rome. The Church of St. Cajetan is the main surviving domed church in panjim, Goa. The St Cajetan Church is a case of Corinthian design while the inside is a mix of Mosaic - Corinthian models. Be that as it may, there are Baroque components in the plated sacrificial stones. The congregation has been built utilizing laterite squares and put with lime.
The state of the fundamental body of the congregation from inside is a Greek cross, while from the outside it is elongated fit as a fiddle. There is a well in the premises of the congregation that is exceptionally old. The nearness of this well has influenced numerous history specialists to hypothesize that there was a Hindu temple at this site.