By Sarathi Guha(03 Apr 2008)
When Dr. Jadav died, his son Kesto was only five years old. Jadav left a huge amount of property for his son, but Kesto was interested in marriage. He went to Calcutta and formed a committee with his friends. The secretary of that committee was Pelab Roy alias Pyalaram. One day Kesto went to Bhuban babu's house. Jadav gave a word to Bhuban that he would arrange a marriage of Kesto and Bhuban's sister Padma Madhu. When Bhuban's wife Tuni di reminded Kesto of his father's proposal of marrying Padma, Kesto showed the rule no.16 of their committe's manifesto, where it was stated that one should not marry a specific woman, rather one should dedicate one's heart to all the women of the world. After some days Bhuban babu went to Darjeeling with his wife. There he found Nukur Mama. Nukur mama informed Bhuban babu that Kesto was coming to Darjeeling to marry. Nukur mama invited Bhuban babu to that marriage ceremony. Bhuban babu was surprised seeing the bride as she was none other than his sister Padma Madhu. It was decided that the marriage will be performed not through courtship, but through high court. As Bhuban babu had both matrimonial and legal expertise, he was selected the chief justice of that special marriage-high-court. Ultimately the marriage ceremony of Kesto and Padma Madhu ended in a happy note.