At his Beadon street residence, Ishwar Ram Dulal Deb (Sarkar) from the year 1770 started organising Durga Puja. The pujo witnessed here at “Ramdulal Nibas”, 67E Beadon Street, the ancestral house of doyen of Indo – US trade Ramdulal Deb (Sarkar) can be traced back to more than two hundred and thirty years. “Upon Ramdulal’s death the tradition was maintained by his illustrious sons Asuthosh and Pramatha Nath Debs, more commonly known as ‘Chatu babu and Latu babu’ and thereafter by his grandson Anath Nath Deb. To carry forward the age old tradition and to provide a permanent arrangement, a trust was formed in 1919. At present all the Pujas and functions are conducted by the Trust – said Mr. Deb. According to him, “the major three rituals which made them class apart, like : to explode huge cracker to propagate the beginning of the Sandhi Pujo, to carry the idol on shoulder upto the riverside and to ferry Her to middle of the Ganga for immerse is discontinued recently as per Government rules have faded the glow of this grand show”. Just before the immersion of the Goddess on Dashami, two 'Nilkantha' birds are set free. It is said that one of them goes to Kailash to inform the arrival of Goddess Durga while the other bird comes home to inform the members of the family about the safe departure of the Goddess.