Majuli is the largest river island in the world. The island, a World Heritage Site in the Brahmaputra river, is known for its beautiful rural setting, monastic retreats and traditional tribal architecture.

A visit to Majuli allows you to gently contemplate mesmerising landscapes of rice fields, water meadows and fish traps, meet the local Mishing people and learn about Neo-Vaishnavite philosphy at one of Majuli’s ancient satras.

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