There is a common saying in Bengal that Bengalees observed thirteen festivals in twelve months. But all of them Durga Puja is celebrated with most enthusiastically. Three-days festival wrapped the whole city and other parts of West Bengal with much fun and fiesta. In the sea of crowd, the difference of communities blurred with the touch of festive mood. The most sensitive and emotional part of this festival is the day of immersion on the fourth day. In this day every puja pandal and the immersion ghat (where the images are immersed) take a colourful look with the play of vermilion among the women as a mark of obeisance to the goddess Durga just before immersion. The scene is recall our memory of traditional faith of kinship among one another. Another significant and traditional part of this festival is Bijoya Dashami that starts after the immersion is over to show camaraderie and respect with one another by exchanging sweets with each other. So, Durga Puja is not a matter of mere gaiety, it signifies traditional ethos of Bengalees as well.