Burhi Aair Sadhu Pdf Download
the web site has a full collection of short stories by him, including lakkhi aarato, lakkhi hado (both created for a school project in the 1990s), asuromor, guru baruah and apon bhatu as well as pahari, swapno, burhi aair xadhua, haru kalo, sarma pahari, jagat jyoti, hara thikana and gaman ni bichu. in this post, we only highlight some of the highlights of burhi aair xadhhu.
he also added that the site would soon expand to include more stories and would be an offline database. the team is also working on a web based dictionary for assamese. this dictionary is currently being written in enajori.com editors and would be posted here and online. the dictionary is being compiled by using data obtained from the burhi aair sadhu website.
as far as the burhi aair sadhu website goes, the team is planning to make it available to all. most of the resources required for the compilation of this site have been donated by the people of assam. the team is also planning a burhi aair sadhu special page on the assam tourism website. the team is also reaching out to shri garib kishore bhakti to make an assamese version of the ramayana available on the website.
the list of useful links can be found here, assamese dictionary is just a small example. the site is also going to have a burhi aair sadhu section, where stories would be posted which could be useful for students of assamese, said talukdar.
this website is a step forward in the history of assamese language in the online world. each and every thing is not limited to just one language and this website is a testimony to that fact. the words that burhi aair xadhu contains are not just words but also are beautiful creations and that is what makes the website so wonderful. it represents our culture, traditions, and way of life and that is why burhi aair xadhu is so important. so if you’re waiting for a language only website, wait no more, burhi aair xadhu is here. with this website, the world of assamese has entered the 21st century.
the story of burhi aair sadhu is a classic folk tale in assam and has been published in the enajori.com e-zine many times. this time, it has been digitized and published on enajori.com for the very first time.
when i read this collection of burhi aair xadhu as a child it was not only educational in a pedagogic sense, it made me feel good. more importantly, the tales in the collection resonate with the current cultural milieu. bezbarua derived inspiration from the harry potter series, but his own tales are very much about the contemporary assamese.
he was a great admirer of the harry potter books and series, and was eager to have an assamese version. so, he wrote burhi aair xadhu to fill that void. this edition of burhi aair xadhu had the additional benefit of being part of the syllabus of school kids, which meant that the tales were compulsory reading. it was only after the publication of burhi aair xadhu that some other publishers, who had been publishing assamese versions of harry potter, saw the potential of publishing burhi aair xadhu in assamese. after that, it became a popular and enduring tale, especially among the younger generation.
the website enajori.com has over 50 pages of burhi aair xadhu in assamese. this website, which is under construction, will give the complete burhi aair xadhu in assamese script. this website is also a tribute to the memory of lakshminath bezbarua, who had not only enriched assamese literature with the tales, but had also enriched the lives of readers with the significance of the tales.