Majuli is a scenic island located in the state of Assam in the River Brahmaputra. It is one of the largest fresh water islands in South East Asia and considered one among the biggest river water island in the world. There are many wetlands in this island. The entire island is full of lush greenery and pristine. One can witness the neo-Vaishnavite culture in this tiny wonderland. It is the major tribal settlement and their traditions and culture are unique and much interesting. The island is always colorful and vibrant in nature. There are many festivals celebrated with great pomp and show. The main festival is Rass. Face mask making and pottery are the major occupations here. These are very interesting objects to purchase especially during festival time. Visitors can enjoy the boating in River Brahmaputra.
Places to visit
It is the chief Satara and patronized by the King Ahom. There is an ancient educational center which is always flocked by devotees. Rasotsava is the major festival of Assam which is celebrated in a grand manner here.
It is one of the main pilgrimage centers in Assam. One can find ancient artefacts which are preserved by the Vaisnavait center.
Auniati Satara, Kamalabari Satara, Bengenaati Satara and Thengapania.
How to reach Majuli
Jorhat airport is the nearest airport.
Jorhat railway station is the nearest railhead and well connected to Guwahati.
In summer 25-30 C and in winter 10-24 C and best visited throughout the year.