Rohini Garden is located in the Kurseong Valley and has a turbulent history. It was closed for over 30 long years from 1962 until 1994, when it was revived by the Saria family, who began to plant it again with new shrubs. It is now managed by the tea companies that are also in charge of the Gopaldhara Garden.
Only about 28 hectares out of the current 138 that the garden has available are from the original planting, so most of the shrubs are still young. The garden is divided into four sections. The lower level of Jaberhat is about 24 ha. The middle levels of Kotidhara and Pailodhora together have approximately 76 ha, are mostly planted with clones AV2 and T-78 and produce very high quality teas. The highest level of Tukuriya is located at an average altitude of 1300 m above sea level. and extends to the city of Kurseong. The tea trees from this oldest part are over 100 years old.