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Presentation of Anahit Bostanjyan's book “I am everywhere…” in the Armenian Diocese in Georgia PDF Print E-mail

A1On September 11, 2018, the presentation of late poetess and translator Anahit Bostanjan's “I am everywhere…” book took place at the “House of Hovhannes Tumanyan” Center for Science and Culture of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia. The event was also dedicated to the birthday of late Anahit Bostanjyan, who is “living” in memories with her literary heritage, publications of “Kamurj” (Bridge) literary yearbooks and her public activities. It is already the second year that admirers of her poetry celebrates her birthday without the 1talented poetess.  
Many people attended the literary evening: Georgian and Armenian writers, representative of the Embassy of the Republic of Armenia in Georgia, the clergy of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia, friends and colleagues of the late poetess, admirers of her poetry.
The presentation was honored with the presence of the Primate of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia, His Grace Bishop Vazgen Mirzakhanyan.
The deepness and soul of the “I am everywhere…” collection of poems were soaring at the House of the Great Poet from Lori. This book was published after death of the poetess by her daughters – Marine and Gayane Bostanjyans and includes her unpublished poems.
2The event was conducted by poetess's granddaughter Lisa Torosyan and poet Levan Alughelashvili, an admirer of Anahit Bostanjyan's poetry.
A film was shown about the poetess. The lively, brave and meaningful voice of Anahit Bostanjyan again spread in the hall… The film took the attendees back to the past and to those happy days when the famous poetess was speaking about the Motherland, nation, 3love and friendship, justice and triumph of goodness, dreams and faith in her beautiful Armenian language, enriching everyday routine of life and making it interesting with her meaningful speeches.
Indeed, all the speakers – poet and translator Givi Shahnazar, Co-chair of the Georgia Writers Association Makvala Gonashvili, poetess Manana Gorgeishvili, artistic director of Tbilisi State Drama Theatre after Petros Adamyan Armen Bayanduryan, editor of “Vrastan” (Georgia) newspaper Van Bayburdyan – unequivocally emphasized Anahit Bostanjyan's enthusiastic speech, devotion to the Armenian-Georgian friendship, particularly to the literary ties and bridges.
Marina Kirakosyan-Mosesova, Gari Ghalamkarov, Melania Barseghyan, Lusine Vanoyan, Artem Kirakozov and others read the poems of the late poetess transalted by themselves 4into various languages, as well as their own poems dedicated to the poetess.
The Primate of the Armenian Diocese in Georgia, His Grace Bishop Vazgen Mirzakhanyan gave closing remarks and summarized the event. The Diocesan Primate mentioned that Anahit Bostanjyan infinitely loved Armenia and Georgia, trying to balance their friendship and ties, which was expressed in her works, translations and journalistic activities. His Grace highlighted that Anahit was not just a poet who was living in the present, but also in the future and was a person who care about the new generation, that's why she brought together young writers around her, directing them to true literature and true creative values and life.
The beautiful presentation was also an exciting. Anahit was not only generous with her rich literary heritage, with her human kind, but also with her daughters, grandchildren, relatives who provided the attendees with an opportunity to feel and enjoy the greatness of the poetess with exciting speeches about their mother, song performed by Kakha Tsambadze which was written on their grandmother's poem, as well as beautiful recitation of her wonderful poems.

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