The idol of the Goddess is unique at Purna Chandra Dhar Family Puja. The Goddess here does not have ten hands but only two. Also, there is no demon asura, but two lions seated at her feet. Here the Goddess is worshipped as Abhaya. Purna Chandra Dhar was a cashier at the erstwhile British firm Jardine & Skinner was a successful businessman trading in salt. Originally from Halisahar, the Dhar family arrived at Kolkata in the 1850s. Purna Chandra started Durga Puja here about 157 years ago that is conducted every year barring a few years. The building was ransacked during the communal riots of 1946 and the family had to seek shelter elsewhere. The family follows the tradition of Vaishnavism and there is no animal sacrifice.