Majuli

Tourist Spot in Assam

Majuli

Majuli is the largest riverine island in the world and is located in the banks of Brahmaputra River. Nestled in the lap of the mighty Brahmaputra, Majuli seems to be the creation of the universe-God. The limitless frontiers of the blue sky, the verdant hills of the Himalayan and other ranges, and the beautiful landscape are the best example of God’s creation.

Since centuries, the island of Majuli has nurtured Vaishnavite culture in her lap. It is also a biodiversity hotspot for flora and fauna. However, crying for survival this island is a bizarre island in the middle of the Brahmaputra and the Subansiri rivers in Assam.

It feels like getting touched with heaven on visiting here and you consider visiting again and again. Apart from the natural beauty, Majuli is also known for cultural celebration which is the great way to enjoy during your tour.Well renowned for its rich culture, Assam attracts millions of people around the world. The cultural exhibitions of Assam offer Assamese and tribal dishes and other tradition of the state.

Majuli has got all the charm that can attract is visitors towards it. The cultural tradition, wildlife national parks and the exotic island is the best view to go for. The striking feature of Majuli is the population free environment and its serene beauty which stir your heart and soul. A perfect blend of beautiful art and craftsmanship, Majuli will give you a memorable experience. The hospitality of this place is just remarkable and you would love to visit this place again and again. The main tourist places in Majuli are Dakhinpat Satra,Vaishnava, Garamurh Satra and many others places that should be visited.

Best time to visit:

The best time to visit Majuli is from October to March. Most of the dance, music and drama performances are also organized during this period. Krishna-related festivals are celebrated here with great joy. Week-long celebrations are held during Janmastami and Raas Leela, for instance.

How to get there:

By road: Jorhat is connected by road to Guwahati (Asom). ASTC and private-run buses leave early in the morning and in the evening. The bus ride at night is also fascinating, particularly on a moonlit night. From Jorhat it is only 14 km to Nimatighat. You can take a bus or an auto or a boat ride.

By train: The nearest railway station is Jorhat.

By air: The nearest airport is also at Jorhat. Daily flights to Jorhat from Guwahati, and four flights a week from Kolkata are available.

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