Formally known as the Church of Our Lady, the Mother of Christ, and she is shown wearing an unusual, high, silver crown. It is a beautiful, well-maintained stone church with excellent stained glass windows. It was built in 1892 and local guides say that it shows a blend of French and Irish architecture. In fact, judging from the slim lancet windows, the flying buttresses and the pointed arches, this church replicates the architecture of the early English period, between 1200 and 1300.
The reference to the Irish probably came about when an Irish regiment was based in Pachmarhi or there was a substantial number of Irish Catholic personnel posted here. One of the most striking features of this church is the Baptismal Font: backed by a marble sculpture depicting Jesus being baptized in the Jordan by John the Baptist.