Majuli Island inside the Brahmaputra River, within the Indian country of Assam hooked up by using Vamshigopal disciple Satradhikar Sri Vanamalidev in 1584. He was honored and treated with a good deal recognize by way of the reigning Ahom monarch Jayadhvaj Singh who made liberal gifts to the Xatra. An ornate gateway engraved with religious motifs, animals and plant life forms the entrance even as interior comparable sculptures and art work with divine overtones enhance the partitions of the Namghar and heighten the aesthetic enchantment of the sacred precincts in which the idol of Mahaprabhu Jadavarai is worshipped.
Dakshinpat Xatra is a treasure residence of dances contributed through Shri Sankardeva including the Borgeet, Matiakhara, Jumora, Chali, Noyua, Nande Vringee, Sutradhar, Ozapali, Apsara, Satria Krishna and Dasavater among others at the same time as it is also a storehouse of antiques of cultural significance and a complicated centre for the acting arts. Due to regular flooding and erosion in Majuli, a new Xatra have been constructed in Chatai, Jorhat, however too many years after its completion, the Dakshinpat Xatra has now not but moved to the new vicinity.