Majuli is the center of Assamese civilization and is home to the Neo- Vaishnavite culture, for which the state is very renowned. The region is also the melting pot of a number of tribes and races, each of which has its own distinct customs and traditions. However, despite the difference in their ethnicity, all of them live in perfect peace and harmony - a unique trait seen only in this part of the world. The island has a large number of monasteries or Satras, which represents its Neo-Viashnavite culture.
Special events are being organized during the festivals days round the clock. Cultural programmes takes place with the participation of various traditional and classical cultural troupes of Assam and troupes from rest of the country, in addition to rich cultural heritage of Majuli, the beauty of the surrounding and the splendorous landscape lure tourists to visit the Majuli festival from all corners of the country.
The native Assamese and tribal cuisine are a part of the celebrated food festival which is organized during the Majuli festival. Exhibition are also organized with the presentation of various Assamese items, specially designed and prepared by expert artists displaying traditional glory of Majuli too.
The festival displays the rich art and culture of the state of Assam. The beauty of the region and the richness of the culture are captured in the single festival of Majuli.
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