Mokha Satra and samagri Satra

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    Location: Unnamed Road, Dhowachala Gaon, Assam 785106, India

    Estimated Visiting Time: 2-3 hours

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    This is a famous satra on Majuli Island. The satra is popular among people all over the world and renowned for its center of art, classical studies culture, and especially for mask crafts and artworks. The old mask art is practiced in the satra and it is well known for its magnificence and craftsmanship.


    This is mostly loved by the photographer and ancient arts crafts lover. Photo fanatics can take pictures of unique and ancient musks. Besides visitors from all around the globe also visit to know how they create these incredible masks. The process of how masks are created are in the room of the satra. People love to stay in a calm place to get inner peace and the satra is a perfect place for getting the peace of mind. Besides the natural sights from the satra is stunning as it sits on the Island.


    A priest is praying at Mokha satra and samagri satra

    The Mokha satra and samagri Satra were established in 1663 on the fourteenth day of a bright lunar fortnight in the month of Phalgun. King Chakradwaj Singha established the satra near a Sam tree from Chakrapani Ata that is why the data is named camgirl satra. Later the satra is shifted into different places. The three Samaguri Satras are found in Majuli – Doloni Samaguri Satra,Majuli Samaguri (Natun Samaguri) and Pachim Samaguri Satra. These Satras are under Purush Samhati.

    From ancient times in the satra old mark art is practiced and the place is a masterpiece for crafts and arts.

    Inside/Outside Views

    inside view of Mokha satra and samagri satra.

    This is prominent in making traditional dance masks from cloth, clay, bamboo, cow dung and paint from a long ancient period. In the room of satra visitors will be given a short explanation of the process of how they made these fascinating masks. The rooms of the Mokha satra and samagri satra are filled with masks and images of Lord Krishna. There are some small masks for sale as souvenirs. The outside view of this is also stunning. The natural sights from the satra and the touching water of the river Brahmaputra are truly pleasant to the eyes of visitors.

    Opening Hours

    Opening To Closing 07:00 am To 09:00 pm

    Entry & Others Fees

    There are no entry fees in This satra.

    How to Reach

    As Majuli is an Island, it is easily accessible by ferry.

    By Airport: Jorhat Airport is the nearest airport to Majuli and this satra. It is 38.3 Km away from the destination.

    By Waterways: There are 2 ferry rides to reach Majuli. The first ferry ride takes an hour and the second ride takes 10-15 minutes.

    By Road: There are many buses like ASTC available in the city to reach Majuli and visitors can reach the  satra

    By Railway: Jorhat Town is the nearest railway station to Satra.

    Tips for Travellers

    There is no tips for the travelers



    Que-01: Is this place safe to visit?

    Ans: Yes, it is safe to visit. Daily many visitors from all around the world visit the satra.

    Que-02: Is photography allowed in this place?

    Ans: Yes, photography is allowed in those satra.

    Que-03: What is the best time to visit the Mokha satra and samagri satra?

    Ans: The best time to visit the satra is during winter. At that time the weather is very pleasant to the visitors and it is the perfect time to visit. Best months to visit: March – October.

    Qus-04: What is the visiting time of this satra?

    Ans: The visiting time of  this satra is flexible. Visitors can visit anytime.

    Qus-05: How many days Mokha satra and samagri satra remain open in a week? 

    Ans: This satra remain open every day in a week.

    We wish you all the best for your journey. Happy Travel!!!

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