At me such question I can not change the menu in Windows, it looks on new why that.... Help to adjust... At me of a Window 98
– FaTMollY [ ***email@example.com ]
First of all, request you to give proper email id and name. Please send me 'screen shot' to my email id to diagnose your problem. As such there should not be any problem in changing 'Menu' in windows.
Parineeta sharmar " akhan baak hin sobi" kabita tu porhi anondito holu. Enekua kabita porhiboloi puatu jen bor birol..Teuloi xubesshare..
– Abeli Belir Ghat [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Renuka Das r "sanmukaht nubula path" porhi val lagil... thnks Renuka... agoloi anekuwa sowad pam buli asa korisu. and again thanks to Hemanta.
– Nalinee [ ***email@example.com ]
Thanks for your comment. Looking forward more poems from you.
Resp Parineeta Baruah(Bow) read your last ass poem 'saratar durga puja' Your word amalgametion and combition to a specific sense of season is rapidly improving. I am sorry to say-your last few publication of poem although seen by me-due to some tech reason i could not show my reaction. you pl continue you great affort of writting such poems (specially seasonal) i.e. poems that you compose upon seasonal events e.g. bihu,puja,personalities like shankardev,jaymati kunwari etc. Because your sensational and in-depth feeling to-wards those is really appreciable. your word composition and encasutation of idea is xcellent -as appreciated by a group of 'kobita' lovers. with regards Anjan kalita M-104, Mumbai-64
– Anjan Kalita [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Can u include some uncommon assamese fokora yojona
– Bharat Chandra Nath [ ***email@example.com ]
What a great site! Thank you.
– John [ ***@gmail.com ]
i love assamese poems like mamatar chithi, moor dekh etc, i love our hon'ble poets for their amazing creations in the field of literacy..
– rubul ali [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
You have really penned down the most appt poem for the season. Yes, something is in the air at this period of the year which hints the arrival of Xaradiya Durga Puja. Every pasing year reminds us of those early days of our life;The Durga Puja really makes us feel the almighty GOD and bestows upon us Her divine and holy blessings. Your Poetic expressions for this auspicious occasion is very commendable.Congratulations to Mrs Parineeta Sarma.Keep it up!
– Dr Sushanta Boruah [ ***email@example.com ]
just i read this. very nice n greatgreat website.hope u people done a good job. please keep it up.....
– mridul kr. handique [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Yes, Maa Durga Puja is a part of our Life! A year cannot be complete without celebrating Durga Puja. And it applies to many many Assamese people, for whom the Mother Goddess is the Ultimate. So, how can I stay without admiring the poem by Parineeta Sharma on Durga Puja? It makes me go down the memory lane to my childhood when I used to simply enjoy the Puja ..till date, as now the Puja means not only fun, but much more than that! Congratulations Parineeta!, for showing how much Maa Durga Puja means for the Assamese people. Beautifully composed and expressive, your poem will go a long way to highlight our important and fun filled festival. May Maa Durga Devi bless us all...
– Dr. Syamanta Boruah [ ***email@example.com ]