Rose Island, once in a while referred to as Little Neill Island, is an uninhabited island of the Andaman Islands. It belongs to the South Andaman administrative district, a part of the Indian union territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands. The lighthouse is situated on a hillock. There are 70 masonry steps to attain the tower. The Lighthouse is an unattended station. A rainwater tank and a restroom had been furnished for the maintenance group of workers. The 1/3 order revolving optic, on a mercury trough with DA fuel burner and gas motor to revolve the optic, all furnished by using M/S BBT, Paris have been installed inside the lantern residence over the CI tower.
The mild was commissioned on 14 April 1969. Due to common screw ups of the rotation device, the revolving optic assembly was removed and a 500 millimeter reduces and polished drum optic became placed in function in 1978. The DA gasoline burner turned into replaced with the aid of a DA fuel flasher with a sun valve. This decreased the intake of DA fuel but the intensity of the light went down. With the shortage inside the delivery of DA gasoline, it became essential to change over to solar power. Accordingly, the mild supply was changed by way of 12V 100W Halogen lamp inside the identical optic and on the equal pedestal. The system has become operational on 18 October 1993.