The Library room holds several books on varied subjects related to the river Brahmaputra and all that exists along its banks. On the walls of this cozy space hangs several photographs displaying the process of conservation and restoration of the Heritage Bungalow.
Preserving Heritage through Photographs. The wall installation in the Library Hall depicts historical legacies and stories linked to the region along the River Brahmaputra, through rare old photographs.
Curated by: Avinibesh Sharma
The walls outside the Library room are adorned by a collection of the famed masks, panel paintings, and handmade ‘bisonis’, along with artifacts collected from the artisans of Majuli. Mask making is one of the most famous traditional crafts practiced in Majuli. An integral part of Sattriya culture, the masks mostly depict the characters of SrimadBhagwat. The panel paintings from Majuli typically depict life and times of Lord Krisna.
Curated by: Ishita Das, Sartaj Alam