Still unspoiled and very much as the British left it fifty
years ago, Kasauli has a fine old church. The
Christ Church, is a typically Anglican structure of the period and its
foundation stone laid in 1844. Well proportioned, its spires, buttresses
and gothic arches are framed against the stately deodars.
Dedicated to St. Barnabas and St. Francis, the church has some fine stained glass windows with delicately carved borders, a sundial and lovely brass memorials. The grey stone church set amongst verdant green makes a very pretty picture.