The interesting monuments among many are the “Black Hole of Calcutta”, which was built in the memory of people who were captured and brutally kept in a small cell. Eventually, most of them collapsed while a few of them escaped. This story is not approved by the historians and so the significance of the monument is compromised. Another such memorial was the “Second Rohilla War”, which was made to honor the treaty that was signed after a war between two clans in the past with British backing the clan who won the war eventually.
After offering prayers and having a good look around, we moved on from St. John's Church Kolkata ahead to our next destination with loads of excitement on our minds and happiness in heart.