The poem "Baakhin sobi" brings alive the childhood memories... - the days each one of us cherish for. A childhood mental chemistry which brings blush and scintillating happiness in our life is well appreciated by people. The poem reflects our inner feelings and the eternal joy we search for in life. We look forward to parineeta sarmah for such nice poems in future.. Wish u all the very best..
– BISWAJIT BARUAH [ ***email@example.com ]
I am Sumon Changkakoty.This time I appreciated the poem Baakhin Sobi by Parineeta Sharma.She wrote about Aalum Aura India's first movie which was soundless.She applied this name very nicely through her poem.She is the first person by which I heard the name Aalum Aura because nowadays people are watching so many movies but they don't know the source of these movies.I also appreciate her as she proved that the memories are always soundless videos.Now she have went to the dephts of our mind,many people have thought that it is about our heart but the truth,which you can ask her is that of our mind.I think so she is testing our mind,she can really be a great philosopher as she can feel everyone's heart & mind.
– Sumon Changkakoty [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
good attempt.just go on .
– navakash [ ***email@example.com ]
Dear Mr. Kalita, I must tell you that your continuous effort of publishing a web magazine specially on poem is really great. I am not telling you about the quality of the poems. But the effort is excellent. Your this personal effort is creating a history in the world of Assamese literature. Being a man from different field you have already contributed a lot to literature. But I have seen that poets who are already bringing new wave to Assamese poem through experiment are absent. This may be due to lack of proper publicity. I think we should all think a solution of this problem. With my best wished to the family of ‘Aai’
– Raktim R Saikia [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Xahaj Xaral hbaxar "I"r kabita hbal lagial. xabhya howar mon. kabita prokax kariba bicharila kanadora jogajog kariba lage janaba. dhanyabad.
– monoranjan nath [ ***thneriwalm.rediffmail.com ]
Please send your poem to my email id. Thanks;
Both the poems by Parineeta Sharma are outsatnding. Her poems are delight to read.her latest poems are very touching. I wish her luck for her future
– Partha Sharma [ ***email@example.com ]
Nice to know U. nice effort. where do u stay at present ?
– pankaj [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Hi, I work from Bangalore. Thanks;
"AAI......... a sweet word, the source of peace." Hope "AAI" will give birth talented and innovative assamese poet.
– mamun [ ***email@example.com ]
Dear Raktim, Assamese is very rich language. I have used these words simply. So that every single person understands it. Thank you
– Parineeta Sharma [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
"Boroxunat Tita Ejak Jonak", in this poem you are getting matured, Pareenita.
– Raktim Ranjan [ ***email@example.com ]