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    Chief Minister visits Dakshinpaat, Auniati and Uttar Kamalabari Satra at Majuli

    Published on May 15, 2021

    by Trishna Pegu Doley 

    Guwahati : After assuming the charge of Chief Minister of the State, Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma today made his first visit to river island Majuli and took part in a host of activities. The Chief Minister visited Sri Sri Dakhinpaat, Sri Sri Auniati and Sri Sri Uttar Kamalabari Satra, which are known for rich repository of Satriya culture and tradition. After landing at temporary helipad at Bonkhowa in Majuli, Chief Minister Sarma first went to Dakhinpaat Satra and prayed for well being of the people of the State. The Chief Minister took a look at the three hundred years old ‘Akshay Banti’ which is preserved at the grand treasury of the Satra.

    Satradhikar Sri Sri Nanigopal Devgoswami presented the Chief Minister with a few silver coins of Ahom era symbolically to keep the economic condition of the State strong. The Chief Minister also had a look at the fabric produced in the handloom of the Satra which depicted the 24 th incarnation of Lord Bishnu.

    The Chief Minister also interacted with the Satradhikar and other devotees at the Satra. Thereafter, Chief Minister Sarma visited Sri Sri Auniati Satra and Sri Sri Uttar Kamalabari Satras respectively and prayed for peace and progress in the State. He took blessings of Satradhikar Sri Sri Pitambor Devgoswami of Auniati Satra and Sri Sri Janardan Devgoswami of Sri Sri Uttar Kamalabari Satra and also had conversation with them as well as the devotees present there. During his visit to Sri Sri Uttar Kamalabari Satra, Chief Minister Dr. Sarma also had an interaction with Padma Shree Gopiram Borgayan Burhabhakat. Lakhimpur MP Pradan Baruah was also present during the visit of the Chief Minister.