10 Apr

Eid Mubarak
By: BRAMS | Published On: 10/04/24 11:47 am

BRAMS Institute wishes all Muslims a blessed Eid full of love and light!

May the blessings of this day be a source of happiness throughout the year.


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26 Mar

Making Georgian history
By: BRAMS | Published On: 26/03/24 11:51 pm

Georgia qualified for the UEFA Euro 2024 tournament after gracefully defeating Greece.

Unusually freezing wind hit both teams on the pitch when they entered the Dinamo Arena Tbilisi at 9 PM local time on Tuesday. The last game of the qualifier meant a lot for the both teams and their fans. The outcome remained unclear to the very last minute.


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7 Feb

Obituary: Vazha Azarashvili
By: BRAMS | Published On: 7/02/24 7:29 pm

The noted Georgian composer Vazha Azarashvili, 87, passed away, the Creative Union of Georgian Composers announced.

Born in a family of musicians, he graduated from the Vano Sarajishvili Tbilisi State Conservatory in 1961, where he studied under Professor Iona Tuskia, Head of Tbilisi State Conservatory, and Professor Andria Balanchivadze, prominent musicians themselves.

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14 Jan

Georgian Flag Day
By: BRAMS | Published On: 14/01/24 9:47 am

Happy State Flag Day of Georgia to our fellow citizens!

Based on the law legislated on 14 January 2004, the State Flag Day of Georgia was first celebrated in 2012. However, this is a historical flag of the Kingdom of Georgia that goes back to the 5th-6th century when Vakhtang I Gorgasali ruled in Kartli.

In various historical sources, the Georgian flag from the 12th century is mainly in white-red colours. The Georgian white flag with red crosses is included in the 14th-century World Atlas, compiled by an unspecified Franciscan monk. The same flag was depicted on the Italian and Spanish maps of the same era.

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1 Jan

New 2024
By: BRAMS | Published On: 1/01/24 12:22 am

BRAMS Institute wishes you all a very peaceful and Happy New Year!


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