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Majuli.........A divine place...

Majuli is the world largest river island. The place is unique and the beauty of that river island... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2017
Samudra Bikash H
Jorhat, India
Welcoming and informative

We stopped here during the day to learn a bit about this monastery's history and the people who... read more

Reviewed 28 May 2017
Seattle, Washington
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Reviewed 17 July 2017

Majuli is the world largest river island. The place is unique and the beauty of that river island is really amazing. The island has been the hub of Assamese neo-Vaishnavite culture. Kamalabari Satra: The Kamalabari Satra, founded by Bedulapadma Ata, is a centre of art,...More

Thank Samudra Bikash H
Reviewed 28 May 2017

We stopped here during the day to learn a bit about this monastery's history and the people who choose to dwell there. There is beautiful craft being done here and they are famous for their meditative dancing which we returned for that evening.

Thank SunnyandBuster
Reviewed 22 May 2017 via mobile

We were a group of 20 adults who had a sunday to see Majuli and nearby. The nearest Airport is at Jorhat. From Jorhat one has to travel by road to Nimat port ( locally called Nimatighat) to board a ferry to Kamalabari Satra port...More

Thank Devidas K
Reviewed 22 March 2017 via mobile

This was an interesting place to visit to see how monks live their day to day life and gain some insight into their philosophy

Thank TrueBrit_10
Reviewed 13 January 2017 via mobile

Uttar Kamlabari Satra, is one of the many satras or hindu monasteries in the river island of Majuli. All the satras follow vaishnav sect with a variation in their beliefs and form of worship. The desciples of the Uttar Kamlabari Satra do not do idol...More

Thank Roamer077
Reviewed 8 December 2016

All the reviews and blogs singing praises about Majuli tempted us to go well out of our way to see the beauty. Alas! We were highly disappointed with the visit. Apart from the fact that the island may not exist some 20 years down the...More

Thank H-squareV
Reviewed 21 November 2016

the satra is very much like others. what i liked most was the monks's performance. i'm not sure if you have to arrange it beforehand, because we were a group, and everything with prearranged for us.

Thank morchyshu
Reviewed 15 October 2016

I went to Kamalabari Satra and visited the place it is so peaceful. One should visit to know more about Srimanta Sankar dev and his religious. Was lucky enough to attend the Naam Kirtan (Tradional Prayers ). I was not able to understand couple of...More

Thank Mrinmoy D
Reviewed 22 July 2016

Sattra is one of the main attraction of Majuli island. Uttar Kamlabari Sattra is one among the top 3 sattras. This is Brahmacharya Satrra so we get the glimpse of the monks lifestyle too. A peaceful place with a rich history in the backdrop.

Thank Ajit M
Reviewed 17 July 2016

In this trip been to places like Majuli (Mājuli or Majoli is a large river island in the Brahmaputra River, Assam, India). I loved the ferry ride to reach Majuli Island is still protected its historical values. There are Satra (ashrams) dated long back 15th...More

Thank Arvind Y
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