This is the concluding part of the Invisible Bombay Series that I started on my blog, so those who haven’t seen the earlier parts please go through those pictures as well. Here I will cover pictures of around Regal Theatre and Asiatic Library and St Thomas Cathedral which is close to Flora Fountain. So my Invisible Bombay Series starts at Flora Fountain and now ends at St Thomas Cathedral which is again near Flora Fountain completing the full circle and the photographic tour of Kala Ghoda, South Mumbai.
Here are the pictures
The above picture shows Regal Theatre and Sahakari Bhandar Building and the starting point of Colaba Causeway. Below you see a close up picture of Sahakari Bhandar Building and its architecture.
Maharashtra Police Headquarters building is also one of the heritage structures around Kala Ghoda. The below picture shows a close up of the sculpting work done on the top. It shows Neptune along with other mythological creatures.
St. Thomas Cathedral, Mumbai remains the first Anglican Church in Bombay. Established in 1718, it was built to improve the moral standards of growing British settlement in India. It was after this church that we get the name Churchgate. In 1837 the church was consecrated a cathedral. The church is very close to Flora Fountain one of the prominent landmarks in the area that I highlighted in the INVISIBLE BOMBAY SERIES PART 1.