Male Iraota rochana has dark brown upper wings with the bases of the front wings under the cell and between the veins 1-6 the hind wings are turquoise, the female wings are brown. The underside of the wings are reddish brown with a silvery white stripe extending across the forewing cells, a basal line along the ribs to the termination on the hind wings. There is also an additional tail (tooth) in the 3rd vein.
Larva: Iraota rochana larvae are green to light brown with brown dorso-lateral marks and reddish brown saddle marks on the 1st and 5th abdominal segments. The surface of the body is covered with short setae.
Pupa: Iraota rochana pupae are purple with regular, yellowish spots on its back, has a distinctive lycaenid shape.