hi i am amarjyoti gogoi can i have some assamese kobita
– amarjyoti gogoi [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
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i want famous assamese poetry....
– mitali saikia [ ***email@example.com ]
Thanks for your suggestion.
"sorry i am writing in inglish just to avoid the difficulty in reading of "english scripted" assamese." I really appreciate your concerned which u hav shown by hosting the website and dedicating to assamese poems,it's a tremendous effort, hope u will complete the website very soon."APONAR CHESTAK ONTORERE AKOI SOLAGISHO"
– kamal das [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
I have gone through Pareenita’s poem RONGPURAR RAHDOI NACANI As a whole the poem is very nice with its feelings. But I feel a discontinuity in its rhythm somewhere, during recitation of the poem. More over I have some doubt on keeping “guwapan” in “khosani” of breast and waist for beloved. Because in Assamese society, two items, “Hansati” and “Pakharutang” was used for keeping “tamol”
– Raktim [ ***email@example.com ]
Thanks Raktim. Parineeta, do you have anything to say on this ?
i have not seen the poem of Pranab Kumar Barman...if you will add his poems then i will be very thankfull to you...
– sameer [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Thanks for your suggestion. I don't have his email id or any other contact. So, I can't contact him. Please volunteer if you can on behalf of us.
"RONGPURAR RAHDOI NACANI" is about "Bihu " festival of Assam. The poetess Parineeta Sharma has differentiated the festival that uesd to be celebrated in ancient time with the way it is being celebrated now days. There was charm about the way this festival was used to be celebrated that time which is missing today.The poetess has beautifully explained the whole scenario with perfect words and flow. Her poems are always very immagenative but contemporary and this is also no diiference.Good luck. Partha Sharma Mumbai
– Partha Pratim Sharma [ ***email@example.com ]
Hi i am salman khan ,i apologize that in last comment i forget your name,so miss parinita sharma i really congratulate you for your great achievement. dear parinita sharma you are such a good person and a graet thinker & listner of your own.but what i really like about you is your mentality of thinking. (from me to you)
– salman khan [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Hemanta da, April sankhyar mur kabita "Byastotar Bo-sera jiwan" t jitu sobda "Ujuhat"(Hrosou)likha hoise,mur budhere "Ajuhat" (Sore o)hobo lage.Ebar sai dibosun..
– Mousumee [ ***email@example.com ]
You are right. It should be AJUHAT; not Ujuhat. Sorry for the mistake and thanks for correcting it.
right day. The writer, if not hold up, from this view? P.S. I can not say - www.aai.ind.in perfect cognitive Web resource!
– ReetAccildele [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
I have gone through Parinita's "NUXUDHIBAA KENEKOI JIAAI ASO". Yes she is a sensitive poet.She has weakness toward ornamental words. But she has also sense of deep thought. If she give more stress on thought then definitely she can emerge a prominent poet in this region. Wish her a very good future.
– Raktim R Saikia [ ***email@example.com ]