[Assam] My First Web Page
cmahanta at charter.net
Fri May 18 08:06:59 PDT 2007
Good to hear from you Sanku,
I didn't realize what a terrific Ghazal singer you are. Thanks sooo
much for sending the weblink. Even though I don't understand the
lyrics, most of the time, I do indeed love Ghazals. In fact have a
few in my iPod :-).
Netters, I swear, if you didn't know it was a 'kharkhowa' singing you
would think these are sung by a some Urdu speaking ghazal singer from
the northwest . He could easily bill himself as Sankulam Ali or
Sankujit Singh or Sankdi Hassan ( See I do know a thing or two
about ghazal singers :-))
Also, you are very kind about my web-site building effort. Thanks.
But it is a cat's meow, as they might say in the mid-west. That's ALL
I can do, so far. I wished I knew how to make it COOL, you know with
all those thumbnails dissolving into wide-screen images and stuff
like that? But coming from an IT guy like you, with a design
background, I do take the compliment seriously.
Yes, I do hope to put up a few examples of my architectural work in a
separate page, one of these months :-). Would love to see YOUR
creative efforts too.
Best to you and Shravani.
At 8:45 PM -0400 5/17/07, sankumani sarma wrote:
>Dear Chandan da,
>What a website! We all liked it. Very simple and nice. I liked the
>Everything stands out in black. That's a very good choice. Looking
>forward to see your arch projects.
>please visit http://mehfil.us
>----- Original Message ----- From: "Chan Mahanta" <cmahanta at charter.net>
>To: <Assam at assamnet.org>
>Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2007 4:55 PM
>Subject: [Assam] My First Web Page
>>Here are pages from my website:
>>The opening page is titled Welcome. You will see that on the top of
>>the page. Next to it is Photos. If you click on that heading three
>>pages of photos from Assam will appear. You can view them either as a
>>slideshow or as individual images by clicking on the thumbnails.
>>One of these days I hope to learn how to add text to the photos, with
>>some description. Some of the flowers and fruit names are Assamese
>>names, transliterated. I haven't had time to verify English and /or
>>botanical names yet. But they are coming :-).
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