Majuli is the biggest river island in the world and the largest and first island district in India. Located on the River Brahmaputra in the state of Assam, Majuli attracts tourist from all over the world. The lush green surroundings and the pristine water in this river island amazed its visitors. It is mostly inhabited by tribals and has an interesting culture thus, making it the cultural capital of Assam.The vibrant and joyous festival of Raas celebrated at Majuli is very fascinating to observe.
Kamalabari Santra is a religious site on this island housing articles related to art, culture, literature and classical studies. North Satr, a portion of Kamalabari Satra participates in cultural events of Satria art. Dakhinpat Satra is the main satra supported by the Ahom rulers of this region. It is visited by many devotees to observe this ancient educational centre. Auniati Satra is another such site famous for its Apsara and Paalnaam dance. Garmur is another major attraction in Majuli. This is a Vaishnavite religious site housing several religious artefacts and articles. Bortop is the most remarkable among these artefacts. Tengapania is also a place of interest for the tourist and the locals. This spectacular place is located on the banks of River Brahmaputra. One has to travel on a ferry from Jorhat to reach Majuli.