Majuli is a picturesque island within the mighty Brahmaputra river, in the Indian state of Assam. It is the largest riverine island in the world, but as it is slowly eaten away, it may soon disappear. Given its size and location, the island is a biodiversity hotspot and an offbeat tourist destination. It specifically attracts birding aficionados as its fertile floodplains and highly productive wetlands provide an ideal habitat for a plethora of resident and migratory birds, up to 260 species.

Garamur Satra is one of the royal satras of Majuli Island. It is considered a prominent holy site and was established in the year 1656 AD by Jayaharideva.
Kamalabari Satra

Kamalabari Satra is the center of culture, art, literature, and classical studies for many long years and even continues to do so. This satra has produced many great figures in the state in the culture sector.
Samaguri Satra

Samaguri Satra in Majuli is famous for Art Gallery, Handicrafts activities. This is a famous Satra of Majuli and a chief center of Vaishmavi.
Dakhinpat Satra

Dakhinpat Satra was established in the year 1584 by Vamshigopal who was a disciple of Sri Vanamalidev. Thousands of devotees visit this satra from all over the world to experience the serenity of the place.
Auniati Satra

Auniati Satra was established in Majuli in 1653 A.D. by the Ahom King Sultanla. He was given the name Jayaddhaja Singha after he adopted the Hindu religion from the first Satradhikar of Auniati Satra Sri Sri Niranjan Deva.
Bengenaati Satra

Bengenaati Satra was established in 1984 and is managed by the Department of Education and located in a rural area.

Tengapania is a beautiful place bounded on all sides by Machkhoa, Dhakuakhana, and the Disangmukh. It is also a well-known destination for planning a picnic.
Shamaguri Satra

Shamaguri Satra is served as a popular center of art, culture, and classical studies and is mainly known for its interesting mask crafts and artworks.
Best Time To Visit Majuli

Majuli experiences a subtropical monsoon climate with humid summers and pleasant winters. The annual rainfall of the island is around 215 cm. The best time to plan a tour to the beautiful land of Majuli is from October to March. The summer season in Majuli extends from March to July. The climate is quite hot and humid with maximum temperature may reaching up to 34° C. Generally this time is avoided by the tourists to visit Majuli. Monsoon begins in July and lasts till August with heavy rainfall. The island of Majuli looks even more beautiful and splendid in the monsoon season as the entire land gets covered in the green robe. Winters in Majuli are from November to February and the climate is quite cool and pleasant. The average temperature hovers from 7° C to 18° C. Various fairs, festivals, and other cultural and sightseeing activities are held in this season only on the island of Majuli.

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