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NRC ASSAM 2nd List/Second Draft Majuli District result 2018

NRC ASSAM 2nd List/Second Draft Majuli District result 2018

Majuli, is the largest freshwater river island in The world contesting for a position in the “World Heritage list”, falls under the jurisdiction of the civil administration of sub-division of Jorhat District. It is located 20 kilometers fro the heartland of the City of Jorhat, Assam. It is an environment friendly, pollution free fresh water island nestled in the mighty River Brahmaputra. Total area of the island is 1250 km2. After coming into power, CM of Assam Sarbananda Sonowal On June 27, 2016 announced formation of new district Majuli.



 

As per census 2011 Majuli district had population of almost 167,304 . After publication of Part Draft NRC, People of Majuli district are curious to know the NRC ASSAM 2nd DRAFT  Majuli DISTRICT result. It is estimated that near about 1.67-2 lakh people from Majuli district have applied for NRCASSAM.

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NRC ASSAM 2nd List/Second Draft Majuli District result 2018

List of websites for online check for NRC result of Majuli district are:

 


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NRC ASSAM 2nd Draft/Second Draft Majuli District result 2018

ABOUT Majuli DISTRICT OF ASSAM:

The Satras of Majuli :

The Vaishnava Satras were founded by Sankardeva, the father of Assamese culture. The historic and auspicious ‘Manikanchan Sanjog’ was the first Satra in Majuli. Subsequently 65 satras grew which propagated the ethnic and sociocultural ideals. At present there are only 22 Satras in Majuli and rest have been shifted to other safer places due to flood and erosion. These Satras are the treasure house of ‘Borgeet’, Matiakhara, Jumora dance, Chali dance, Noyua dance, Nande Vringee, Sutradhar, Ozapali, Apsara dance, Satria Krishna dance, Dasavater dance etc. which were contributed by Shri Sankardeva.



 

Dakhinpat Satra

Dakhinpat Satra was founded by Banamalidev, an exponent of Raasleela, which is now observed as one of the State festivals of Assam.

Garamurh Satra

This Satra was founded by Lakshmikantadeva. During Autumn end traditional Raasleela is performed with great enthusiasm. Some ancient weapons are also preserved here.

Auniati Satra

Founded by Niranjan Pathakdeva, this satra is famous for ‘Paalnaam’ and Apsara dance and it also has considerable collection of old Assamese utensils, jewellery and handicrafts.

Kamalabari Satra

Kamalabari Satra founded by Bedulapadma Ata, is a center of art, culture, literature and classical studies. Its branch Uttar Kamalabari Satra has performed cultural programme of satria art in several states of India and abroad.

Bengenaati Satra

It is a store house of culturally important antiques and an advanced center of performing arts. Muraridev, the grand son of Shankaradeva’s step mother, had founded the SSwargadeoatra. The royal robes belong to the Ahom king Swargadeo Gadadhar Singha, made of Gold and an umbrella which is also made of gold, are preserved here.

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