Majuli is a magnificient green, pollution-free freshwater island in the Brahmaputra River, around 20 Km from Jorhat and 347 Km from Guwahati.
Majuli is the world's largest river islands, with a surface area of 1250 square Km and a cosmopolitan population. Majuli is a good candiate for inclusion in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Majuli's tribal-dominated culture is unusual and fascinating, and it is one of the reasons why people enjoy this location. It is also renowned as the cultural capital of Assam,
Golden temple-like structure that exemplifies the best of Ahom architecture. The elaborate statues and pointed pillars that may be found all throughout the place are fascinating.
The Kamalabari Satra is the epicentre of the island's religious life, as well as a cultural, literary, artistic, and musical hub.
The Dakhinpat Satra is a majestic monument with significant religious and cultural significance. It is well-known for having received the support of the Ahom monarchs.
The sacred centre of the Vaishnavite tradition lies at Garmur's holy place. The ceiling above the worshipping space is supported by a number of artistically carved pillars.
Auniati Satra was founded by Niranjan Pathakdeva and is known for its Assamese jewellery, utensils, and antiques.
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