I recently attended a wedding of an ex-colleague at the Good Shepherd Church in Andheri West, Mumbai. It is a Roman Catholic Church consecrated in 1985 and serves the local Catholic community in the Four Bungalows and Andheri Lokhandwala areas.
Architecturally there is nothing outstanding about the building, it appears more like a fight for space in the space stricken city of Mumbai. But never the less its a place of worship and has a great sentimental value for people who worship here so that's what makes it beautiful.
View from the road
The Grotto on the left of the main Church building
The Grotto - 2
The corridor on the left
View of the main hall from the left corridor
The Eucharistic Chapel (Eucharistic Adoration) at the head of the left corridor
The main hall
The Cross behind the altar
Scenes from Bible painted on the back wall
Saints painted on the windows and Chandeliers on the roof. Not sure of the reason for conical ceiling.
Entrance to the main hall
The church compound
Statue of Christ the Good Shepherd on the right
During a Wedding Mass
Saints at the entrance door - 1
Saints at the entrance door - 2
At the entrance door
Extension to the main hall on the right