The satras also offer guest accommodation where devotees and visitors not only take part in worship of Vishnu and Krishna,but also watch traditional bhaona
performances. Young bhakats – celibates – are wonderful artisans and make masks, musical instruments as well as hand-fans and door frames. Some of the satras worth
visiting are Auni-ati, Kamalabari, Dakhinpat, Garamur, Samaguri, Bengena-ati and Natun Kamalabari.
The best time to visit Majuli is during the Raas festival in November.
Auni-ati, famous for Paalnaam and Apsara dance, has an assortment of ancient Assamese artifacts, utensils, jewellery and handicraft. Dakhinpat is the prime venue
for Rasleela while Samaguri is famous for mask-making. At Garamur is preserved medieval weapons such as bartop (cannon).
Kamalabari, known for making the best boats, and Bengena-ati are centres of performing arts. Bengena-ati also preserves the royal gold umbrella and gilded robe
belonging to Ahom king Swargadeo Gadadhar Singha.
The songs and dances initiated by Shri. Sankaradeva , such as Borgeet, Bhatima, Jumora, Chali, Paalnaam, Noyua, Apsara, Satriya Krshna, etc. are taught and promoted here apart from numerous other crafts, of which makmaking is particularly significant.