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Molai Forest

A man made forest sprawling over an area of nearly 1360 acres (550 hectares) in Kokilamukh village is located in world’s largest riverine island “Majuli”. The forest has been named as “Molai Forest” after its creator Padmashri Jadav Molai Payeng, Indian environmental activist and forestry worker. In his unique endeavour, Shri Payeng single handedly planted …

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Aauniaati Satra

Ahom King Sultanla was renamed as Jayaddhaja Singha when he adopted Vaishanava Religion. Exhibiting his passion and respect for the religion, he established Auniati Satra in Majuli in the year 1653. The Satra worships Lord Krishna also known as Govinda. To further expand the religion, additional twelve branches were opened in different parts of the …

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Kamalabari Satra

Established by Padma Ata or popularly known as Badala Ata, an able disciple of Neo Vaishnavism in 1595. The satra was established in an orange (locally known as Kamala) garden (locally known as bagisa or bari) of another Neo Vaishnavism disciple Purusottam Baruah and owing to this fact the satra has been named as Kamalabari …

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