5 Abandoned Churches in India You Must Explore

Abandoned places are mostly associated with ghost stories and known as ghost town. The abandoned places across India are haunted because of mysterious, spooky and supernatural activities. Here is the top hauntingly beautiful but abandoned places in India you should explore.

Church of St. Augustine, Goa

Church of St. Augustine in a ruined church and part of the Churches and convents of Goa heritage site. The church only has one tower left and listed as one of the incredibly beautiful monuments of Goa.

Shettihalli Rosary Church, Karnataka

Shettihalli Rosary Church in Shettihalli is the famous tourist spot in Karnataka. Half of church structure submerged into the backwaters of the Hemavati Dam and Reservoir during the monsoon.

Dhanushkodi Portuguese Church, Tamil Nadu

Portuguese Church at ghost town of Dhanushkodi is located at Pamban Island of Tamil Nadu. Dhanushkodi abandoned town separated by the Palk Strait and is the only land border between Sri Lanka and India, connected by Rama Setu.

Ross Island Presbyterian Church, Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Presbyterian Church at Ross Island is situated near the downtown of Port Blair. The historic ruins of Presbyterian church is an amazing place to see in Andaman and Nicobar Islands.

Mumbai St. John the Baptist Church, Maharashtra

St. John the Baptist Church at Mumbai was built by the Portuguese and the complex also has an attached graveyard. The abandoned place is listed as one of the haunting place in Mumbai but the native Christians visit the church every year.