That there is a difference between the Satras although they all have the same background is in the end not strange as you see this in almost any religion. At least I haven't seen one yet that is widely adopted and is not open for different opinions. Sometimes leading to breaking up and creating separate organisations.
First two places (Auni Ati Satra, Uttar Kamalabari Satra) were very open and had a lot of space with place for ponds to create a nice atmosphere.
After this we went to the third place, Samaguri Satra mainly a single family. Here they were still busy building the prayer hall.
They use a sickle to cut the rice and collect it in the hand to build a bunch that can be gathered and transported easily. When they have the handful the swing it around and use the straw to bind it together. As always they have a very high pace and can do this more or less without looking.
Although the sun sets quickly we still had enough time to get the boat in different positions to get the best shot. Also after the sun was gone we still had enough time for extra shots with beautiful sky and reflections.
After that home for dinner, review of photos and a good sleep.