By the time the outbreak reached the Indian capital of Delhi, nearly 500,000 people were infected with the disease, the worst in the world.
Many of the victims died within days of being infected.
The church of lights was founded in the 13th century, when it was the centre of worship at the Church of the Holy Cross in Rome.
Its founder, the Italian monk Benedict of Assisi, was the patron saint of healing.
In the 16th century the church became the focal point of religious activity in India.
It was built in a place called Bhuj (Buddhist Temple) in the vicinity of a large Hindu temple, and it was one of the centres of pilgrimage for pilgrims.
After Benedict died in 1620, the temple was taken over by the Franciscans, who established a church in the form of a wooden building, built in the 1640s, on the spot where the original church had stood.
The church has since been converted into a place of worship, but has also become a place for meditation and retreat.
The new church has attracted the attention of health authorities for its unique features, including a large chapel with an open, verandah.
Its interior is covered in frescoes depicting scenes from various saints’ lives.
The interior of the church of the light, built at the location of the original Church of St. Benedict, near Bhuja, India.
The first church built in India is the Church in the City of Light (CCLI) in New Delhi, which is the oldest of its kind in the country.
The church is the most famous in India, with over 15 million worshippers.
The structure is decorated with images of saints and saints’ images and the image of Christ on the top of the altar.
Built in the 14th century by the Benedictine monk Gautama Buddha, the structure is one of many that have been dedicated to Buddha, a Buddhist who lived in the 19th century.
The second church built by the Catholic Church in India was built at a site near the ancient ruins of a monastic monastery called the Holy Temple.
Its main function is to serve as a sanctuary for the faithful, as well as for the relics of the past, like the wooden cross of St Basil the Great.
A third church built on the site was built by a monastery named the Church at the Holy Place, which has a central structure and has been preserved as a sacred space.
It has also been preserved in a unique way: in the centre are two statues of Jesus, one of which is a replica of the crucifix he was crucified on, the other is the Virgin Mary.
An image of Jesus Christ on a marble cross at the foot of the statue of Mary.
The other statue, from a Roman fresco, depicts Christ with his right hand raised to heaven and with his left hand resting on his left breast.
At the end of the basilica of St Catherine, a marble statue of St Francis, the patron of pilgrims, stands in the middle of the aisle, with the inscription “St Francis, Defender of the Faith”.
The third church, built by Franciscan friars in the 15th century in the same location, is the church that has become famous for its distinctive red brick and white stone roof.
Its roof has a golden sunburst, while the interior is adorned with the fresco of St Peter.
The fourth church, erected in 1626, was built to serve the needs of the poor.
It is the largest church in India and has an unusually large number of statues of saints.
Its walls have a mosaic pattern of saints on one side, and of angels and angels’ children on the other.
The interior is decorated in white, with saints and angels on one wall, and angels and children on another.
Buddhism was founded by the Buddha of the East and the Buddha’s disciples.
He was one in the Buddha tradition, who founded the school of Zen Buddhism and later the sect of the Mahayana.
He died in 1875.
It was during the 18th century that the first Christian missionaries came to India, who arrived in the region in the 1500s.
They brought with them a large amount of money and goods.
In the early days of the European settlement, the Hindus and Muslims did not share common religious beliefs, so they were often divided along religious lines.
The Christians arrived in 1564, after a visit to India by the Portuguese and the Portuguese explorer Christopher Columbus.
During the 14 th century, the Portuguese began trading in Indian gold.
They began trading with the Muslims and the Hindus.
This led to an intense rivalry between the two communities.
The Portuguese traders and their supporters claimed that the Muslims had the upper hand because of their superiority in their religion and the Christian leaders were blamed for inciting hatred.
They also wanted to ensure that Hindus were given the lands, land that they were buying. In 1601