St. Paul's Cathedral is a CNI Cathedral of Anglican background in Kolkata, West Bengal, India, stated for its Gothic architecture. It is the seat of the Diocese of Calcutta. The cornerstone turned into laid in 1839; the building was completed in 1847. It is stated to be the most important cathedral in Kolkata and the first Episcopal Church in Asia. It was additionally the primary cathedral built within the distant places territory of the British Empire. The edifice stands on Cathedral Road at the "island of points of interest" to offer for greater area for the growing populace of the European network in Calcutta inside the 1800s.
Following the 1897 earthquake and the subsequent big earthquake of 1934, whilst Calcutta suffered vast damage, the cathedral become reconstructed to a revised layout. The architectural layout of the cathedral is "Indo-Gothic", a Gothic architectural fashion designed to fulfill the climatic situations of India. The cathedral complex has a library, located over the western porch, and a display of Plastic artwork bureaucracy and memorabilia.
Weather: Summer 35 To 43°C to °C Winter 5 To 15°C to °C