Majuli Kamalabari Satra is a popular tourist destination in Assam. It is known for its Kamalabari Satra, a Vaishnavite monastery. The monastery is dedicated to the Assamese saint Srimanta Sankardev. It is also known for its annual two-day satra mahotsava, a religious festival. The Kamalabari Satra was established by the saint Srimanta Sankardev in the 15th century. The satra is known for its beautiful architecture and for its large collection of religious manuscripts. The satra is also home to a large number of Vaishnavite monks and scholars. The annual two-day satra mahotsava is a major religious festival at the Kamalabari Satra. The festival is attended by thousands of pilgrims from all over Assam. It is celebrated in honor of the Assamese saint Srimanta Sankardev. The festival features a variety of religious ceremonies and performances.