Islamic fundamentalism in West Bengal is coeval with the rise of Hindutva organisations. Chapter 5 is my ethnographic reflections on the organisations, their activities and the effects of the rise of Hindu fundamentalism. Based on detailed ethnographies, I have focused on the rise and maturation of certain key “cultural” expressions like Ram Navami, Hanuman temple and Ganga Aarati and have mapped the organisational backdrop of such development. Along with Chapter 4, this chapter helps a reader to understand how West Bengal has developed a fertile ground for everyday communalisation, conflicts and violence.