NetajiSubhash Chandra Bose was placed in this house for 7 months under house arrest by the British Government in India. The second time Netaji visited this house was in October 1937. From this place, he contributed a lot to national affairs as well as to his personal affair of communicating with Emilie Schenkle. In 1996, the Govt. of West Bengal acquired, restored and renovated the house, and placed it under the management of Netaji Institute for Asian Study, Kolkata.The 4-room museum was designed and developed by the Indian Museum, Kolkata. Pictures and documents related to great historical events like Haripura Congress Session, interaction with Rabindranath Tagore and Jawaharlal Nehru, Indian National Army and the participation of the Hill people in the Indian National Movement are displayed in the Museum.