Cathedral Imphal

Kusum Tewari

Biggest Cathedral in North East India at Kohima, Nagaland. The actual work began in 1986 and the dedication and consecration of the church was done in 1991. The lion‘s share of the three crore financial expense came from Japanese, who wished the church to be a place of prayer 484772 526871160667397 1825376873 n[1]especially for the Japanese war victims who laid down their lives for their nation in the Second World War battle fought in Kohima. This is affirmed in the prayer inscribed in English & Japanese script in the Cathedral Campus. “…It is with thankfulness that we heard that Catholic Cathedral was being built at Kohima, where mass would be offered every morning in memory of the fallen…”

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