In 1935, Raibahadur Kanaklal Barua, a prominent citizen of Assam who served as a member of the Viceroy's Executive Council, built a lodge in the popular neo-colonial style of the times. The architect was his son, Tapan Lal Barua, and the lodge was named after his daughter Rosa. And today, with Rosa being in Mumbai, the doors of the lodge have been opened to visitors.
Check-in time : 12:00 NOON
Check-out time : 12:00 NOON