I congratulate you for publidhing such a site on Assamese poetry. I read your biodata also. My elder brother writes some poems in Assamese and English. Pl contact me for including in your site. www.bordoloikumud.com is one of my personal site. If time permits pl visit. I just retitired from RRL Jorhat and was related to Computer science in service. Though this space for comments only but I used this space as my introduction. Pl accept. Thanking you csbordoloi
– csbordoloi [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Thanks for visitng our site and encouraging us. We shall be happy to publish the poem written in Assamese;
tumar kabita porhi val lagige......mor babe o ata kabita likhibason......tumar jeevan utjal howar kamonare.......///// NAYAN
– NAYANJYOTI CHAKRABARTY [ ***email@example.com ]
Your effort towards the Assamese poetry is really tremendous and worthy to be appreciated. This is an era of sms and e-malis, where youths are busy with facebook, orkut,twitter and bla bla bla, instead of blaming the youths, you have tried to keep them attached with KOBITA.Now a days people are getting connected through net but not connected by heart. I think a poem by its words shakes the heart of a reader, so may be your endeavor of connecting the hearts of people will be successful.
– ASEEF SHAH [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
I have gone through Parinita Sharma's "Xamayar Gan". I feel a change in her journey in world of poem. The soul tune of her poem has changed. The changes have observed from fantasy and soft love have to a strong voice of revolution. This is a sign of her maturity. It may be an affect of her changing life style also. Wish her all the best.
– Dr. Raktim Ranjan Saikia [ ***email@example.com ]
kuldeep medhir pujatei ahiba aru saroj kakotir manobata kobitakeita xachain bhal lagil. ritupawanar nirmam bastab kobitatu ati hridoy sparshi
– jahnavi [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Thanks Pratyush Parasar
– pratiksha [ ***email@example.com ]
Axomiya akhor bur internet t dekhi bhal lagise.... Protikhya Bora r protikhya kobita tu bhal lagil....
– Pratyush Parasar [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
Dear team, Do u publish any Assamese megazine apart from the e-version of "AAI" ? In fact it is a great step towards the courtryard of the modern Assamese poetry by publishing our own poems here.Hope all of u will tell me about it... -Ashru Plabon
– Ashru Plabon [ ***email@example.com ]
As of now we don't have print-version of this e-zine. We are evolving and this will need some time. Also having a print-version needs lots of logistics support which is not planned for the time being. Lets see what happens in future!!
read the poety. just okay kindda work, not excellent. get some good poetic work otheriwse the portal wud b like publishing designed sentences (read 'kobita')
– F .I. Choudhury, Advocate [ ***firstname.lastname@example.org ]
How can i publish my own poem on your magazine? Is there any way out? I've been writing poems for last 6 years... Now i wanna see them on you magazine.. Please suggest me a way out. Am eagerly waiting for a reply. My poems are written in assamese language. Thank you.
– Deepjyoti Nath [ ***.email@example.com ]
I have given some options for sending your poem to AAI in the home page (Message from AAI Desk). Please follow any one of them.