Respected sir, this is Sumon,I liked the poem MAALATI AAITAAR KATHAARE.After reading the poem I thoughtit is about a lady who wasted her time to get a boy child but after finishing the poem I understood that is about the discrimination done on the basis of gender(male-female).I really liked it I would like to read one another poem like this.
– Sumon [ ***email@example.com ]
The poem contains message for both.
– Chandra mili. [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
i read d new poem of mrs parineeta sarma,'dicoi nodir ghaat'.... i m quite impressed by d flow of the poem.the rhyming words of the poem are briliant. by reading the poem ,i really feel nostalogic, the innocense of the characters can be visualised clearly by the words used in the poem. according to one great writer "painting is a silent music, n music is a speaking painting ".... This poem proves this quote correct...... thanx to the writer n the publisher..... best of luck of their future....
– debashish` sarmah [ ***.email@example.com ]
Thanks. We are encouraged with your post.
kihe pale, kihe khale, kot acho moi? kachu dhekiar suad pahorilo, jibane mok niye koloi? bahut dinar murat asamiya akhar kiti chai apon pahora moi, disang dikhow monot pariche dhanyabad parineetaloi
– swarup [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
We all are very happy with ur poems with luv from Ranjit,Deepa,Raja,Maina,and Reeta"s family.ASSAM
– RAJA [ *** ]
Yo! It's Micheal man.I liked the poem 'DICOI NODIR GHAAT'.U might think I'm an foreigner but the truth is I am n pure Assamese.That is why I loved that poem.As Miss Parineeta Sharma used very gentle & polite language.She was trying to highlight the supersticiousness of the people who live in that village.But the best part I liked about the poem was when the people in the village think that PIG is DEATHGOD(Yamraj).I liked Ur website,you have maintained it very well & I would like you publish these kind of poems as much as you can. -Micheal Jones from US
– Micheal Jones [ ***email@example.com ]
Thanks Michael. Keep on visiting the site and write your comments.
Porineeta khuriloi:---- Apoorva hoise. Ghoror pora bohut durot thaku. Mumbai. Tumar kobita bure muk nodir ghatole, dhanoni potharor majole , mishing gaonle loi gol. Bortoman poristhitir kothau likibole sestha koribasun. oti hunkale notun kobitar huwad lobo puwar akhare.... Prakash
– prakash [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Wow dats great! Its nice to know dat an assamese lady so far away still loves her motherland so much. Nice poems. Keep it up.
– Sushanta Boruah [ ***email@example.com ]
It was a pleasure reading the poems penned down by Mrs. Parineeta Sharma. I also learnt freshly about River Disoi since I never new about it and the people living by the side of it, which was beautifully expressed in the poem.
– Syamanta Boruah [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
At the outset i would like to appreciate Parineeta Sarma’s work in the field of poetry. Its worth mentioning that poems like "DICHOI NODIR GHAT" symbolizes the traditional superstitious beliefs among rural people. In today’s age of modern poetry, highlighting traditional beliefs is a good step ahead. Best Wishes!
– Rekha Baruah [ ***email@example.com ]