Located in Moti Daman, Church of Bom Jesus, as the name suggests, the Church us dedicated to Bom Jesus. Its construction began in 1559, and his consecration took place in 1603. It used to be a parish church during the early days of Portuguese colonization.
The building is a living example of superb architectural skills and exquisite craftsmanship of artisans and designers from the Portuguese era. The decorative and intricate design demonstrates unparalleled quality and Portuguese style of Roman architecture.
The wooden altar (pained in gold), artistically carved doors, Rococo interiors, beautifully bejeweled high ceilings, elegant work in rosewood and brilliantly sculpted statues of six saints indicate unique traditions of Roman Catholic architecture.