Roopa Barua says, " Many in our family thought that the house was modeled after my great grandfather returned from England in 1930 after attending the round table conference. But when the Jorhat municipality officials approached us in 2004, the centennary year to hold something, we were baffled to know that the architecture of this house was planned about three decades before he went to Enland. Burmese teak was used and so porcelain glass was imported from outside making their way through Calcutta. This is a historic building . Ganesh Ggoi wrote his Sakunir Pratixud and a number of his poems from Papori in the steps of the family naamghar.