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 ]
I appreciate Parineeta sarmah's work in the field of poetry. The latest poem "DICHOI NODIR GHAT" is worth of applause. The poem higlights the supertitious beliefs of rural society, which persists even in modern technological age. Best Wishes!!!
– D.K. Baruah [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
The poem "DICHOI NODIR GHAAT" by Parineeta Sarmah is a visualization of a traditional Assamese village in medieval era wherein people believe in traditional beliefs and myths. The poet's poetic imagination is a cynosure of appreciation.
– BISWAJIT BARUAH [ ***email@example.com ]
The latest poem "Disang Nodir Ghat" by Parineeta Sharma is truly heartwarming......! It is about superstatious tradition that has been followed by in some remote villages of Assam. The poet shows the true picture of such tradition through her poem. She has done a wonderfull job....! With this poem she has proved her creadibility yet again....I congratulate her for this and also i would like to thank all of them who have taken the assamese litrature a step ahead globaly with such kind of effort.Thanks........ Jaan (Mumbai)
– Partha Pratim Sharma [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Byatikrami sinta, Praxangxaniya Prayax. Amar antarik xahajogita xodai thakbo. Prakash Mudiar, Kolkata
– Prakash Mudiar [ ***email@example.com ]
Asamiya bhaxar Mukti kami janar xristit mukta prakash. Asamiya bhaxa jagat xibhale jaok.
– Boidurjyamani Deka [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
xcelnce. ur this try can upgrade the assamese literature in the way of peakpoint of development. Hope shortly we will b able to read the short story, novels etc. through your this electronics media. All the poems are good to read. But, I think, there is way to upgrade the writing level. From a viewpoint of a good reader I want to suggest all the poets to concentrate on their thinkings. With best regard, Dhrubajyoti Sarma
– Dhrubajyoti Sarma [ ***email@example.com ]