St. Mary’s Church in Gulmarg

Boasting of fine Victorian style of architecture, St. Mary’s Church in Gulmarg is one of the star attractions of Gulmarg.

St. Mary’s Church in Gulmarg was built during british rule. The 110-year-old St. Mary’s Church in Gulmarg was given a new look in 2003 with a renovated façade and the first Christmas mass was held in 14 years. Saint Mary’s Church is the Victorian Architectural Wonder located near the golf course in Gulmarg. Constructed in early twentieth century, it is made of grey stone walls looks most scintillating during the winters especially when surrounded by snow. Even after the 100 odd years it stands tall, proud of its appearance. The green tiled roof, wooden decorated walls and the overall size indicates it could be more like a countryside chapel. This is your best way to experience the ancient wonders our country is famous for. Viewed from a distance it looks picture perfect. It is famed for its stained glass artwork and is only accessible by trekking. But then trekking provides one with a chance to experience some adventure. The church is on green field which is surrounded by a golf course on 3 sides whereas the rest is occupied by a mountain. This site is very scenic and it should not be missed by everyone while in Gulmarg.

St. Mary’s Church in Gulmarg Standing tall, even after a 100 odd years, is this Victorian architectural wonder of the

St. Mary’s Church in Gulmarg

located near the Golf Course in Gulmarg. This might well be your messiah to experiencing the ancient architectural wonders that our country is the most renowned for.

More like a tiny countryside chapel in appearance, this church is made of grey stone walls. The church looks the most scintillating during the winter season especially when it is surrounded by snow.

Boasting of fine Victorian style of architecture,

St. Mary’s Church in Gulmarg

is one of the star attractions of Gulmarg. The verdant meadows, lofty alpine trees and towering mountains that are covered with thick snow during winters in the surroundings greatly enhance the beauty of this church. Some old hotels and huts can be seen in the vicinity.

Visiting this church, which was built more than 100 years ago, in the beginning of the 20th century, is like stepping back in time. More like a tiny < countryside chapel in appearance, this church features grey stone walls and a steep green roof having wooden trimmings. The church has been renovated in 2003 and in the same year, after a period of 14 years, a Christmas mass was held.