Decorated as a drawing room, there are some furniture made of cane, which include chairs – four 1 sitter, one 3 sitter, one 2 sitter, one centre table, two side tables etc. There are three showcases filled with many valuable and historical items. First one contains the badges, medals and ranks of army General and the passport of General Osmani. The second one possesses the mementos, souvenirs and crests. And the third one displays a number of credentials, which include the Certificate of Independence Award – 1985 along with the invitation card and brief biography of the award winners. One card contains the autograph of Mrs. Indira Gandhi of India along with the envelop sent to General Osmani. Eight huge paintings hang on the upper wall of the room. Numbers of historical photos are also on display on the walls of the room. Among them the important few are; General Osmani speaking to the audiences after the ceremonial guard of honour presented by the army on the occasion of the historic arrival of Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman on 10 March 1971, landing at Sylhet airport in 1972, General Osmani with the sector commanders of the liberation war of Bangladesh, with acting President of Mujib Nagar government Syed Nazrul Islam, with President Justice Abu Sayeed Chowdhury, with Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, with ex-President Ziaur Rahman, with ex-President Ershad, with the families of the martyrs at the East Bengal Regimental Centre in 1981 etc.