Chaolung Sukapha Ahom, Ahom Kingdom Sivasagar, Lachit Borphukan, Ahom Dynasty Assam, Majuli Island Assam, Jorhat Thengal Manor, Assam Tea Tourism

The Assamese Vaishnavite Monasteries ~ ‘Satras’ of the Ahom Dynasty, the ‘Auniati Satra’, Island of Majuli, the State of Assam, Incredible India!

Established by Assamese Vaishnavite monasteries, the Satras are Institutional Centers that propagate Neo Vaishnavism across the State of Assam. An initiative of the Kings of the Ahom Dynasty, these Satras house hundreds of celibate and non-celibate ‘Bhokots’ (Monks), hold vast lands and are repositories of religious and cultural relics and artifacts.

One mentionable Satra in the State of Assam is the ‘Sri Sri Auniati Satra’ of Majuli established by Ahom King Jayaddhaja Singha in 1653 AD. The ‘Sri Sri Auniati Satra’ is the one that occupied the highest position amongst the various Satras of Assam. The slightly elevated land of the World’s Largest Inhabited River Island of Majuli was full of ‘Auni Paan’ (a kind of betel creeper plant). The term ‘Ati’ means elevated place and hence the name ‘Auniati Satra’ came into being.

The idol which receives daily worship in the ‘Satra Temple’ (Manikuta) is the idol of Lord Krishna called Govinda. This idol was originally brought from Jagannath Kshetra from Puri in Orissa and installed here with all the Vedic religious rituals. Apart from the main idol, there are also other idols for worship here. There are twelve branches of this famous ‘Satra’ in various parts of Assam.

With around 550 residents of udasin vaishnavs, the Sri Sri Auniati Satra established at Majuli in 1663 A.D., has been the epicenter of the Vaishnavism and Satriya culture in Assam. In addition to the regular holy practices in the Satra, numerous literary pursuits like  biographical works of the Vaishnavite Saints, cultural compositions of ‘bhaonas’, ‘Satriya songs and dances’, religious publications and preaching related to religious and societal works are the core activities of the Auniati Satra. The Satriya ritual activities of the Auniati Satra include Sharana, Bhajan, Nam-Prasanga, religious festivals and related devotional performances for the pleasure of Lord Govinda. The Satradhikar, Deka Satradhikar, Govindapuriya with theirvaishnava disciples lead an udasin life (celibacy and purely devoted to the thinking of God).

The main prayer in the Auniati Satra continues from morning till evening everyday and is being continued without interruption for more than last 350 years. The Satriya performances are usually a regular devotion to Lord Govinda by the vaishnavs in the Satra in the general prayer hall (Naam-ghar). In addition, there are also special performances devoted to Lord in presence/ supervision of the Satradhikar on various occasions and festivals. These festivals are Paal-naam, Raas-leela, Janmastami, Holi, Dewali, Bohag Bihu (Assamese New Year), Kati Bihu etc. Thedeath anniversaries of the past Satradhikaras and the Vaishnavite Gurus are also ritually celebrated.

The Satriya performances of the Auniati Satra include various forms of prayers, dances and religious theatrical shows based on the great Indian epics of Puranas, Vedas, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Srimad-Bhagawat etc. The foremost dance performances of SriSri Auniati Satra are Natua, Apsara, Sutradhar, Ozapali (Panchali and Dulari), Sali, Jumura, Krishna Gopi Nritya, Maati Akhara andGayan-Bayan. The Songs (Satriya Geeta) includes Gayana Geet, Ozapali Geet, Janmastami Geet, Raas-Geet, Gopal Bairagya Geet, Raja Gharia Geet, Guru Bandana, Deva Bandana & Natarmajar Geet. Naama , Hiya Nam, Deeha Nam, Sabahua Nam, Bairagi Nam, Nam Mangal, Ghosa Mangal, Ras Mangal,Bairaginam, Barnam etcOne of the significant festivals of Sri Sri Auniati Satra is Palnaam, commencing from the 25th day of Assamese Kartika Month to the 29th day of the same. Thousands of followers (disciples) gather in the main Majuli satra for offering their prayers during these days. 

Other major activities include the spiritual guidance (preaching) called Sharan, Bhajan and Malamantradan under the direct supervision of the Satradhikar or his delegates. The Auniati Satra with its head quarter in Majuli has two more focal establishments in North Guwahati and Kaliapani (Teok) with more than 1 million followers across the country. The Satra upholds the pride of performing cultural Satriya programmes as invited delegation across the country including National programmes like Republic day celebration at New Delhi, presentation at Rashtrapati Bhawan (for the President of India), National Cultural festivals at National Museum, New Delhi, Jodhpur, Rajashthan, Kanchipuram, Tamilnadu etc. etc.

Jungleideas welcomes you to India’s North East to witness the Rich and Diverse traditions of the Assamese Neo Vaishnavite culture at the Assamese Vaishnavite Monasteries – the ‘Satras’ of the Ahom Dynasty, the ‘Auniati Satra’, the Island of Majuli, the State of Assam, Incredible India!

Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

Chaolung Sukapha Ahom, Ahom Kingdom Sivasagar, Lachit Borphukan, Ahom Dynasty Assam, Majuli Island Assam, Jorhat Thengal Manor, Assam Tea Tourism
The Auniati Satra at Majuli River Island

Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

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The ‘Monikut’ within the premises of the Auniati Satra in Assam

Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

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The Namghar of the Auniati Satra

Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

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The ‘Namghar’ or the place of Worship at the premises of the Auniati Satra in Assam

Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

Chaolung Sukapha Ahom, Ahom Kingdom Sivasagar, Lachit Borphukan, Ahom Dynasty Assam, Majuli Island Assam, Jorhat Thengal Manor, Assam Tea Tourism
The Auniati Satra at Majuli

Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

Chaolung Sukapha Ahom, Ahom Kingdom Sivasagar, Lachit Borphukan, Ahom Dynasty Assam, Majuli Island Assam, Jorhat Thengal Manor, Assam Tea Tourism
The main Branch of the Auniati Satra at Guwahati

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Majuli Mask Making, Satras of Majuli Island, Majuli Island Tour, Sivasgar Ahom Kingdom, Jorhat Tea Assam
Traditional Masks kept on display at the home of Hem Chandra Goswami

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Chaolung Sukapha Ahom, Ahom Kingdom Sivasagar, Lachit Borphukan, Ahom Dynasty Assam, Majuli Island Assam, Jorhat Thengal Manor, Assam Tea Tourism
Hem Chandra Goswami Mask Making specialist Majuli

Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

Chaolung Sukapha Ahom, Ahom Kingdom Sivasagar, Lachit Borphukan, Ahom Dynasty Assam, Majuli Island Assam, Jorhat Thengal Manor, Assam Tea Tourism
The Auniati Satra

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Chaolung Sukapha Ahom, Ahom Kingdom Sivasagar, Lachit Borphukan, Ahom Dynasty Assam, Majuli Island Assam, Jorhat Thengal Manor, Assam Tea Tourism
The Hutis where the monks of the Auniati Satra Reside

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Satras of Majuli, Auniati Satra Majuli, Majuli River Island, Sattriya Nritya Majuli
The beautiful landscape of Majuli Island

Recommended Itinerary for your visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

Satras of Majuli, Auniati Satra Majuli, Majuli River Island, Sattriya Nritya Majuli
Crossing River Brahmaputra aboard a Ferry Boat to reach the Island of Majuli from Neemati Ghat

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The Mighty Brahmaputra near Majuli Island

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The Grand Tour of the Gateway to North East India – the Awesome State of Assam, Incredible India!

Itinerary of the Grand Tour of Awesome Assam ~

Day 1 ~

Arrive at Guwahati Airport. On arrival you will be received by our representative at the airport offering a warm welcome in traditional Assamese style. From the Airport drive the Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary to spot the One Horned Rhinoceros of Assam, an endangered rhino breed indigenous to Assam. The Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary has the highest density of one horned rhinoceros population anywhere in the world. Also, visit the Mayong Museum. Mayong is the famous land of black magic in India. Although black magic is no longer practiced, you will find relics in the museum showcasing these practices that were prevalent earlier. Also visit the Stone inscription at Burha-Mayong. This stone inscription is the longest in Asia at a length of 3.85 meters.

Night Stay: Jungle Resort at Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary

Meals Included: Dinner

Day 2 ~

Early morning go for a thrilling Jeep Safari into the interiors of the Pobitora Wildlife Sanctuary to spot the flora and fauna at Pobitora. Later in the day we will visit the ancient temples and Satras of North Guwahati. At first, we will visit the Dol Govinda temple that is one of the most revered shrines of Lord Krishna. Historical reference to this temple dates back to more than two centuries ago. Later we will visit the Assamese Vaishnavite Monestary ‘the Auniati Satra’. In the afternoon we will visit the Architectural Marvel of the Mighty Ahom Dynasty under the regime of King Shiva Singha – the ‘Aswaklanta Temple’ built in 1720 AD. Our visit will end at the Dirgheswari Temple that has rock cut images that can be traced to 11th to 12th century AD. Return to Guwahati.

Night Stay: Comfortable Hotel/Homestay at Guwahati

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 3 ~

Early morning we will visit the Holy Shrine of Goddess Kamakhya on the revered Shakti Peetha on the Nilachal Hills – the Kamakhya Temple. Offer your worship at the holiest Temple Shrine of North East India. After breakfast we will depart to the Holy Land of Hajo where we will visit the Hayagriva Madhava Temple and the Poa Makka shrine. After lunch we will drive to Suwalkuchi – ‘The Manchester of the East’ and the Silk Town of Assam. Appreciate the Grandeur of the Assam Silk at Suwalkuchi.

Night Stay: Comfortable Hotel/Homestay at Guwahati

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 4 ~

Today we will embark on our journey to Barpeta to visit the Neo Vaishnavite Monastery of the Barpeta Satra and then will halt at the Manas National Park. Evening will be free at Leisure to visit the nearby Tea gardens.

Night Stay: Jungle Resort/Cottages at Manas National Park

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 5 ~

Early morning take a ride into the dense jungles of the Manas National Park aboard an Elephant Safari. Later in the day we will depart to the Nameri National Park.

Night Stay: Jungle Resort/Cottages at Nameri National Park

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 6 ~

Early morning trek to the interiors of the Nameri National Park along with a forest gaurd to admire the varied avi fauna of the National Park. Later in the day depart to the Kaziranga National Park.

Night Stay: Bonroja Motel at Kaziranga National Park

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 7 ~

Early morning we will go for an Elephant Safari into the interiors of the Kaziranga National Park . A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Kaziranga National Park is home to the highest population of one horned Rhinoceros anywhere in the world. Later visit the Orchid park at Kaziranga. Depart to Majuli Island.

Night Stay: Eco Resort/Homestay at Majuli Island

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 8 ~

Spend the day at Majuli visiting the Neo-Vaishnavite Satras of Majuli Island. Spend time birdwatching and also learn about the lost art of Mask making. Return to Jorhat and on the way visit the ‘Dhekiakhua Bornamghor – home to the oldest burning oil lamp in the World’.

Night Stay: Hotel MDs Continental at Jorhat

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 9 ~

After breakfast depart to Sivasagar – the land of the Mighty Ahom Kings. Spend your day admiring the Engineering marvels of the Talatal Ghar and the Rang Ghar at Sibasagar. Later depart to Naharkatia to the Tai Phake Ecotourism Camp.

​Night Stay: Tai Phake Eco tourism Camp at Naharakatia

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 10 ~

Spend your day with the tribal community of the Tai Phake people and learn about their age old traditional practices. Trek along the forests and the beautiful countryside of the Ecocamp. Later in the afternoon we will depart to Tinsukia. In the evening we will visit the Railway Heritage Park and Museum at Tinsukia. Arrive at the Dibru Saikhowa National Park.

Night Stay: Banashree Eco Camp at Dibru Saikhowa National Park

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 11 ~

Early morning we will take a tour of the Dibru Saikhowa National Park aboard a River Cruise. Breakfast/Lunch will be served aboard the River Cruise. After the River Cruise we will visit the Nao Pukhuri at Tinsukia and depart to the Legendary Oil town of Assam at Digboi .

Night Stay: Namdang Guest House at Digboi

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 12 ~

After breakfast visit the War Cemetery at Digboi and visit Digboi Oil town – ‘Home to the oldest operational oil refinery in the World’. Later Depart to Tipong Colliery to see the Steam Locomotives here. We will visit the historic Lekhapani Railway Station and tread along the Stilwell Road to visit the border of the State of Arunachal Pradesh. Later we will return to Margherita.

Night Stay: Singpho Eco Lodge at Margherita

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 13 ~

Today we will visit the Histoic Ledo Airstrip and the International Meditation Center at the Mounglang Buddhist Monestary. Later experience open cast coal mining at Tirap Colliery. Afternon we will visit the Namdang Bibi Majhar and discover the exotic tea gardens at Namdang. The day will end with your visit to Asia’s oldest plywood factory at Margherita.

Night Stay: Singpho Eco Lodge at Margherita

Meals Included: Breakfast and Dinner

Day 14 ~

In the morning we will visit the Singpho village near the Eco Lodge and learn about the practices and culture of the Singpho tribal people of Assam. Indulge in their daily activities of live like weaving on the Loom. Afternoon enjoy a traditonal cuisine at the Singpho Villa Restaurant in Baragolai and visit India’s only Coal Museum at Margherita. This museum has many historical artefacts from the Second World War. Night halt at the Singpho Eco Lodge at Margherita.

Night Stay: Singpho Eco Lodge at Margherita

Meals Included: Breakfast

Day 15 ~

Early morning visit the Buddhist Monestary near the Eco Lodge and after breakfast we will enjoy a short trek across the nearby tea gardens. Later you will depart to Dibrugarh Airport for your onward destination. Trip Ends. Bid Adieu.

Meals Included: Breakfast

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The Exotic Tale of Assam Tea – the State of Assam, Incredible India!

Ever heard of the names Hazelbank, Ethelwood, Greenwood and Hautley? Well, these are the ‘exotic names’ of some tea gardens in Assam. The first two gardens, nearly 150 years old, were named by their original owner after his daughters. All these names bring forth the memories of a by-gone era. But one of the most significant names is perhaps that of ‘Cinnamara’, which mentally transmits one of the mid-nineteenth centure when the tea industry had just taken of the ground. The original name of the garden, however, was ‘Cinai-mora’ which means (tea) made by the Chinese.

In the early nineteenth century, the British tea trade with China having run into rough weather, possibilities were being explored by the East India Company of planting tea in the colonies under their regime. The colonists had the first inkling of the existence of the indigenous variety of tea in Assam (Camellia asamica) in 1823 – even before Assam went under the British Rule – when Major Robert Bruce, an adventurer and a trader, had visited Rangpur (the present day Sivasagar), the then capital of the Ahom Kings, on a trade mission. An Assamese nobleman, Moniram Dutta, Borbhandar Borua , popularly known as Moniram Dewan, introduced him to a Singpho tribal chief Beesagam Ningrual, who gave Bruce a few tea plants. Bruce had asked the Chief for some more samples later, but he died the next year and his brother Charles Alexander, to whom Major Bruce must have passed on the information before his death, eventually earned the credit as the discoverer of the local variety of tea in Assam.

When the first ever tea company, the Assam Company, was incorporated in 1839, Moniram served the Company as its Dewan or land officer for some time, although subsequently he left the company to start his own plantations – Connamara and Senglung (now Singlo) where he had engaged the Chinese tea makers and thus the garden Connamara got its name. The ruling British East India Company saw a potential rival in Moniram for their future enterprises, since he was immensely popular among the sections of people. They had pleaded for restoration of the Ahom rulers to the throne and in 1858 he was hanged publicly at Jorhat. His gardens were attached by the Government and were sold in Auction.

Herewith, started the tea trade from Assam under Assam Company, the taste of Assam Tea spread across the globe. Today, Assam is the largest producer of Tea in India. To close this write up I share a quote from an avid tea drinker in England who wrote a hundred years ago –

“And let us bless those sunny lands

So far away across the sea

Whose hills and valleys give fertile birth

To that fair scrub of priceless worth

Which yields each son of Mother Earth

A fragrant cup of Tea”

Jungleideas welcomes to India’s North East to witness the practice of Tea cultivation and Tea processing at Margherita, the State of Assam, Incredible India!

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Tea Tour of Upper Assam

Assam Tea Gardens Tour, Tea Estate holidays in Assam, Assam Fine Tea, Fresh Tea in Assam, Coal Mining in Assam, Assam Ecotourism Homestays and Cottages

The Road across the Margherita Tea Estate that leads to the State of Arunachal Pradesh

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Tea Tour of Upper Assam

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Tea Workers at the Margherita Tea Garden in Assam who bring to you the flavored cup of your morning tea!

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Tea Tour of Upper Assam

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The Majestic Tea Gardens near the Singpho Eco Lodge Homestay at Margherita – the ideal Ecotourism Homestay destination in Upper Assam of the Singpho Tribes

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Tea Tour of Upper Assam

Assam Tea Gardens Tour, Tea Estate holidays in Assam, Assam Fine Tea, Fresh Tea in Assam, Coal Mining in Assam, Assam Ecotourism Homestays and Cottages
The flavored CTC Assam Tea that is renowned across the entire World for its freshness and Superb Quality of Taste

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Tea Tour of Upper Assam

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The Lush and Green Tea Gardens of the Largest Tea producing area in the World ~ Assam. Image Credits: Mr. Rajib Saikia

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Tea Tour of Upper Assam

Rang Ghar, Sivasagar Ahom Kingdom, Ahom Kings, Suikapha Ahom, Lachit Borphukan Ahom

Architectural Grandeur’s of the Ahom Dynasty – the Rang Ghar, Sivasagar, the State of Assam, Incredible India!

The Ahom Kings ruled the State of Assam for over 600 years. It was under their regime, Assam flourished with prosperity and to ensure they lived in the memoirs of the Assamese people forever the Ahom Kings constructed monuments of great Architectural Grandeur that continue to stand tall til today battling all odds against the wrath of Mother Nature.

Out of the many Grandeur’s built, another of the prominent one is the ‘Rang Ghar’ at Sivasagar. The Rang Ghar (the House of Entertainment) is a two-storied building situated in Sivasagar, once served as the royal sports-pavilion for Ahom kings and nobles – particularly during the Rongali Bihu festival (the Assamese New Year in the month of April) in the Ahom capital of Rangpur. It is said to be the oldest amphitheater in the whole of Asia and has often been referred to as the ‘Colosseum of the East‘. The Rang Ghar is situated to the northeast of the Talatal Ghar, in the Joysagar area of the Sibsagar district. This ancient amphitheater was constructed by the Ahom ruler Swargadeo Pramutta Singha in 1744-1750.

The Rang Ghar is made of brick and an indigenous type of cement (a mixture of Bora Chaul – a sticky variety of rice grain – eggs of hens, etc.), the same materials that were used for the construction of Kareng Ghar and Talatal Ghar. The materials used to build these monuments were of great quality and hence has been able to withstand all the natural calamities and sustain its existence for centuries.

It is 3 km away from the center of the Sivasagar Town by the side of the Assam Trunk Road. It lies to the northeast of the Rangpur Palace (a seven-storied royal complex comprising the Talatal Ghar and the Kareng Ghar.

Jungleideas welcomes you to India’s North East to witness the Architectural Grandeur’s of the Ahom Dynasty – the Rang Ghar, Sivasagar, the State of Assam, Incredible India!

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

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The Rang Ghar monument of the Ahom dynasty at sivasgar in assam

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

Assam Sivasagr Monuments, the Ahom Dynasty Monuments, The Talatal Ghar at Sivasagar, the Karng ghar at Sivasagar, Assam Ecotourism homestay, Festivals of Assam and North East India, Sivasagar and Majuli in Assam
The Rang Ghar monument of the Ahom dynasty at sivasgar in assam

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

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Bihu Dance performed at the Rang Ghar Grounds during bihu. Source: amrapaalimagazine.com

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar

Rang Ghar, Sivasagar Ahom Kingdom, Ahom Kings, Suikapha Ahom, Lachit Borphukan Ahom

View of the Rang Ghar at Sivasagar in Assam

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Rang Ghar, Sivasagar Ahom Kingdom, Ahom Kings, Suikapha Ahom, Lachit Borphukan Ahom
The Rang Ghar at Sivasagar

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Rang Ghar, Sivasagar Ahom Kingdom, Ahom Kings, Suikapha Ahom, Lachit Borphukan Ahom
A brief history of the Rang Ghar

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Rang Ghar, Sivasagar Ahom Kingdom, Ahom Kings, Suikapha Ahom, Lachit Borphukan Ahom
The Rang Ghar at Sivasagar

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Rang Ghar, Sivasagar Ahom Kingdom, Ahom Kings, Suikapha Ahom, Lachit Borphukan Ahom
The Side view that leads to the top of the Rang Ghar

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Rang Ghar, Sivasagar Ahom Kingdom, Ahom Kings, Suikapha Ahom, Lachit Borphukan Ahom
Ancient Ahom Architecture Gate at the Joysagar Pond in Sivasagar

Recommended Itinerary for your Visit: Visit Kaziranga, Majuli & Sivasagar