The Mask Masking at Sangri Satta, Majuli is a tradition born after the flourishing of the neo vaishnavite sect in Assam, toddling in the fag years of the 14th century CE and bustling from the start of the 15th century CE. After the habitation of the people on the great river island of Majuli, cradled by the ever giving waters of Brahmaputra, this new cultural hub was established. The embers of Bhakti Movement that flared across the medieval India to restore the faith of people on religion and explore its true deep meaning, created this new devotional sect in Assam. This sect not only worships Lord Vishnu but other trinities also. The parts of this sect are called Satta and the Mask Masking at Sangri Satta, Majuli is one of the most predominant forms of worship for the neo-vaishnavites. Visitors purchase the mythological character’s mask and handmade decorative idols.