I read Parneeta Sharma's "Xaralor Tale Tale Bohag ". Due to my busy work schedule i was not able to read your poems. It feels refreshing whenever i read your poems. This one is as always very gud. As the Bohag Bihu is arriving this one really seems to be the perfect for this season....! I wish u grest success from the bottom of my Heart. Partha
– Partha Sharma [ ***email@example.com ]
ITS NICE TO SEE YOUR TRY.DURING SURFING NET,I CAME ACROSS YOUR MAG,TO MY ASTONISHMENT I GLUED TO IT.REALLY IT NICE TO SEE THE POEMS.I AM ADDICTED TO THIS.THANK FOR PUBLISHING SUCH A SUPERB POETRY PERIODICAL.
– DIPANKAR BHOWMICK [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Poem's name: Bukur Koneng Poem id: PSK030 Parineeta Kobitatu porhi bor bhal lagil. Agoloi ene kobita porhiboloi pam buli akha thakil.
– Mowsam Hazarika [ ***email@example.com ]
Rousan Ara & Bitupan, kabita duta bhal lagise. Botahot Bhahinser korkosh aru xukan xobdo buru arothoboho hoise. Duporiyra sobi khon sinaki sinaki jen budh hoise!
– Faruk Rahman [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Thank You Parineeta.I wish your bright future.
– pratiksha [ ***email@example.com ]
Ajori porot aji rusi purna "KIiba ata pawneki buli" bisari thakute hathat "AAI"r dore ata shundar, prakhankhania padakhepe muk hasakaye apputa korise. Val lagil. Arhki bad thakil Swashata howk AAI.
– Dhrubajyoti Saikia [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
I convey my best wishes to all and paricularly to shri hemanta kalita. *edited* I belief positive atitude and a broad view can olny nourish our Assamese culture. The world of poetry has got no boundaries, we must adopt ourselves accordingly. Thanks to Shri Kalita for his excellent project for the Assamese Literature,
– sameera barbhuyan [ ***email@example.com ]
The soul of poet lies in his/her poems. Only a passionate can get into these words. It's not easy to give words on a poet's work. Everybody has rights to express their feelings & thoughts through poems or any other means. A poet only can realize and express the situation through his/her poem. Only a poet can realise the stimulation behind the words of a poem. There is no question of hope or anything. If one gets pleasure through a poem this is his success. Only through a positive attitude one can realize and enjoy a poem. Otherwise, he will remain outside the beautiful world of poem and make himself a *edited*. Whatever a poet writes it is his feelings, his dreams and his reality.
– Parineeta Sharma [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
March xangkhyar Aai'r ekmatro Nazneen Sofiya'r bahire aataikeijon kobiye aamak prosondo bhabe nirax korile. Kono ejon kobire chinta shaktir gobhirota porisphuto nohol. Akou konowe jen likhibo laage babei kobita likhise tene dhoronor ruchi totha maanokhikotao prodorshon korise. Jibanananda Dase koisil- sakalei kobi nei, keu keu kobi. Gotike jisakole kobitar majot nijoke bilin kori dibo khoje teolokeo kobita likhok aru jisakole sesta koribo khoje teolokeo likhok. Kintu ei sesta hobo lagibo shuddho, aatmar pora nirgoto. Aai kewal ekhon internet magazinei nohoi. Aamar dore cyber jogotor bakhinda sakolor baabe pran swarup. Nijoke kobi bolaboloi kobita likha sakole iyat kobita diyar kono proyojon nai. Dorkar hole Hemanta dai Aaik jiyai rakhiboloi aaru adhik kosto koribo lagibo. Aaru aamar kobitao jodi sakolowe nimno maandondor buli koi tente aamio gorhito hom. N.B: kono lokoke byaktigoto bhabe aami ninda kora nai. Oporokto kothakhini ekmatro Aai aru axomiya kobitar bhobishyotor swarthot.
– Bitopan Das [ ***email@example.com ]
Bitupan Das, tumer kabita bhal hoise. mur kabita kene pala comment eta diba.
– rousan ara begum [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]