Majuli – A great river island

Tripoto
24th Dec 2012

108 Medical service boat at the river Mighty Brahmaputra

Photo of Majuli – A great river island by Manaz
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In front of gate of Dakshinpat Satra
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In a camp
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While crossing river Brahmaputra
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Medical support boat on Brahmaputra
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Bambo made accessories
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One Satradhikar
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On river
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The mighty Brahmaputra - Brahmare putra
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Ferry carrying motorcycles n passengers on boat 
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From Jorhat town, Assam, it is approx. 15 km to Ferry Ghat, Nimati towards north. Shared cars are available. But hired vehicles will be comfortable.

Ferry will take 1.5 hours to reach other side of the river Brahmaputra, i.e. Majuli Island. Ferry charges are Rs 100.00 per head. One can book a whole ferry at a cost of Rs.3500.

From other side river bank it will take 15 minutes to cross 02 kilometer of sand shore and then one will reach the most popular tourist place Majuli town.

An individual can stay there peacefully as homestay. Resorts, Cottages are there and it costs Rs.800.00. Assam tourism provided comfortable Prashanti also available. One can accomodate in Ashram/ Satra too freely.

There are many Satra in Majuli governed by Satradhikar. Many students stay there to learn academic education through religious process. Many foreigners come here to learn Satriya dance, which popularity is increasing day by day worldwide.

The people of Majuli are very simple, down to earth person, love to provide services as you want. The historic "RAAS LEELA" is celebrated each year.

Majuli is a biggest river Island, situated amidst the mighty river Brahmaputra in the district of Jorhat, 300 km far from Guwahati, Assam surrounded by water. Bus facilities are available from Guwahati to Majuli in the year 2017.

It celebrates popular RAAS LEELA. Tourists come to this tourist place to learn Satriya dance from around the world. Thus it has a great attraction for nature lover, Art & culture lover, Mukha shilpa etc.......

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