List of Satras

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Satras[1] are Ekasarana monasteries established by Sankardev (1449-1568 AD), Madhabdev, Damodardev and their disciples and followers in Assam and adjoining areas. The chief of a Satra is called a Satradhikar. Generally Satras are treasure troves of cultural artifacts.

List of Satras[edit]

List of Satras
Name Established By Location
Adi elengi Lakhimpur
Akaya Satra 1500 Sankardev Barpeta (Bajali)
Alengi Narasingha Satra 1667 Pramatta singha Majuli
Alengi Bahjengani Satra Majuli
Ahatguri Bor satra 1643 SriRam Ata Majuli (Shikoli Chapori)
Auniati Satra[2] 1653 Jayadhwaj Singha Majuli
Badala Satra Narayanpur
Bali Satra Nagaon
Baradi Satra Madhabdev
Barpeta Satra[3] 1583 Madhabdev Barpeta
Belaguri Satra 1618 Sankardev Narayanpur
Bengenati Satra[4] Majuli
Bhabanipur Satra Gopal Ata
Bhatkuchi Satra Keshav Charan Ata
Batadrawa Satra[5] Sankardev Nagaon
Chamaria Satra Bar Vishnu Ata Chamaria (Boko)
Dakshinpat Satra 1500 Banamalidev Majuli
Dhoparguri Satra Madhabdev
Dihing Satra Golaghat
Dihing Namti Satra
Dinjoy Satra
Ganakuchi Satra Madhabdev
Garamur Satra or Garamurh Satra[6][7] Lakshmikantadev Majuli
Garpara Satra
Gobindapur Satra 1548 Bhagabandev Gobindapur, Pathsala(Bajali)
Guagacha Satra Madhabdev
Gumura Satra Madhabdeva
Jakai Satra 1684 Hridirup Dev Golaghat, Sivsagar
Kamalabari Satra[8] Badula Padma Ata Majuli
Kamarkuchi Than Sankardev
Kanara Satra Narayan Das Ata
Ketekibari Satra Tezpur
Khatpar Satra 1500 Sivasagar
Kapla Satra Madhabdev
Khatara Satra Lecakaniya Gobinda Ata Mangaldoi
Madhupur Satra Sankardev West Bengal(Koch Behar)
Moderkhat Satra
Patbaushi Satra Sankardev
Patbaushi Satra Damodardev
Parabharal Satra Mathuradas Buhra Aata Howly
Samaguri Satra Majuli
Ramraikuti satra Satrasal
Hari Satra Goreswar, BTC
Garamur Saru Satra 1660 Sri Sri Lakhmi Narayandev Majuli
Takawbari Satra Majuli (Sriram Chapori)
Shyamrai Satra Goalpara
Sunpora Satra Sankardev
Sundaridiya Satra Madhabdev
Vaikunthapur Satra
Karanga Kath Bapu Satra
Kurekhona Gojola Satra Soru Jodumoni
Bahbari satra Bor Jodumoni
Nikamul Satra Tezpur

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Majuli Sattras:". Retrieved 2 January 2019.
  2. ^ "Sri Sri Auniati Satra:". Auniati.org. Retrieved 15 June 2013.
  3. ^ "a website on Barpeta Satra, Barpeta, Assam". BarpetaSatra.com. Retrieved 15 June 2013.
  4. ^ Web.com(india) Pvt. Ltd. (18 February 2007). "Temples and Monuments in Assam, India". Assamgovt.nic.in. Archived from the original on 6 June 2013. Retrieved 15 June 2013.
  5. ^ "Satras In Assam India Tourist Information". Touristlink.com. Retrieved 15 June 2013.
  6. ^ "Satra Society and culture – Pitambardeva Goswami and History of Garamur Satra". Dvspublishers.com. Retrieved 15 June 2013.
  7. ^ "Satra Tourism | ecotourismsocietyofnortheast". Ecotourismsociety.in. Archived from the original on 10 November 2013. Retrieved 15 June 2013.
  8. ^ "Kamalabari Satra (Xatra) - Majuli, Assam, Religious and Cultural Centre". Onlinesivasagar.com. Retrieved 15 June 2013.

||Sri Sri nachanipar satraor|| Lakhimpur|| Mahapurux Sri Sri Gupaldev||

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