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ASI-appointed consultants visit Majuli

A group of experts of M/s Srishti Consulting Service, appointed by the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) visited the river island Majuli to formulate the presentation for onward submission to ICOMOS (International Council of Movements and Sites) for inscribing Majuli as World Heritage Site.

Official sources here say the team has visited the Sattras in the nearby Natun Kamalabari, Auniati, Bengenaati, Samaguri, Dakhinpat, etc., areas along with tribal and non-tribal villages in Majuli to collect information on Sattras and on the way the Sattras have influenced and continue to influence on landscape patterns and the overall integration between people and nature in Majuli, traditional knowledge and management, preservation of craft and craft production system, etc.
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