The story of my life / ჩემი თავგადასავალი

The story of my life Akaki Tsereteli was a prominent Georgian poet and national liberation movement figure Born in the village of Skhvitori Imereti region of western Georgia on June to a prominent Georgian aristo

  • Title: The story of my life / ჩემი თავგადასავალი
  • Author: Akaki Tsereteli
  • ISBN: 9789941181030
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Paperback
  • Akaki Tsereteli was a prominent Georgian poet and national liberation movement figure Born in the village of Skhvitori Imereti region of western Georgia on June 9, 1840, to a prominent Georgian aristocratic family his father was Prince Rostom Tsereteli Following an old family tradition, Akaki Tsereteli spent his childhood years living with a peasant s family in the viAkaki Tsereteli was a prominent Georgian poet and national liberation movement figure Born in the village of Skhvitori Imereti region of western Georgia on June 9, 1840, to a prominent Georgian aristocratic family his father was Prince Rostom Tsereteli Following an old family tradition, Akaki Tsereteli spent his childhood years living with a peasant s family in the village of Savane He was brought up by peasant nannies, all of which made him feel empathy for the peasants life in Georgia He graduated from the Kutaisi Gymnasium in 1852 and the University of Saint Petersburg Faculty of Oriental Languages in 1863 The young adult generation of Georgians during the 1860s, led by Chavchavdze and Tsereteli, protested against the Tsarist regime and campaigned for cultural revival and self determination of the Georgians He is an author of hundreds of patriotic, historical, lyrical and satiric poems, also humoristic stories and autobiographic novel Akaki Tsereteli was also active in educational, journalistic and theatrical activities.

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    1. Akaki Tsereteli

      Prince Akaki Tsereteli Georgian June 9, 1840 January 26, 1915 was a prominent Georgian poet and national liberation movement figure.Born in the village of Skhvitori Imereti region of western Georgia on June 9, 1840, to a prominent Georgian aristocratic family his father was Prince Rostom Tsereteli his mother, Princess Ekaterine, was a daughter of Ivane Abashidze and a great granddaughter of King Solomon I of Imereti Following an old family tradition, Akaki Tsereteli spent his childhood years living with a peasant s family in the village of Savane He was brought up by peasant nannies, all of which made him feel empathy for the peasants life in Georgia.He graduated from the Kutaisi Gymnasium in 1852 and the University of Saint Petersburg Faculty of Oriental Languages in 1863.Prince Akaki Tsereteli was a close friend of Prince Ilia Chavchavadze, a Georgian progressive intellectual youth leader The young adult generation of Georgians during the 1860s, led by Chavchavdze and Tsereteli, protested against the Tsarist regime and campaigned for cultural revival and self determination of the Georgians.He is an author of hundreds of patriotic, historical, lyrical and satiric poems, also humoristic stories and autobiographic novel Akaki Tsereteli was also active in educational, journalistic and theatrical activities.The famous Georgian folk song Suliko full English version 1 is based on Akaki Tsereteli s lyrics.He died on January 26, 1915 and was buried at the Mtatsminda Pantheon in Tbilisi.

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