|Posted on December 18, 2013 at 4:00 PM|
On December 15, 2013, The House of Muhhrani, a noble Georgian house, recently made the following announcement:
"With much regret, I announce the end of my marriage with Anna Bagrationi, which I thank for the wonderful son we have in common, H.R.H.Giorgi Bagration Bagrationi, declared as future heir of the Bagrationi Dynasty by His Holiness Patriarch of All Georgia Illia II in the day of His Baptism on November 3, 2013, who like his Father, Grandfather and ancestors, will hold the title of Prince of Mukhrani.
Rumor says the divorce is because of adultery on the part of David with an acctress, but the relationship was stormy from the beginning. Prince David first abandoned HRH Princess Anna after he refused to sign an agreement to follow the Ancient Sovereign Succession Rules of the Royal House, which would enable any child born of the couple to be heirs. The Patriarch convinced Princess Anna to follow David back to Spain, but here David again abandoned her and the Patriarch of Georgia supported her for many years pleading with her not to come back to Georgia. Therefore, the announcement was not unexpected. The wrongs committed against Anna were intolerable.
This sad news of a failed marriage, however, is further blighted by the fact that His Holiness the Patriarch of All Georgia never declared Prince Giorgi Bagration Bagrationi was the heir to the Royal House of Georgia on the day of his Baptism as proclaimed in the above announcement by Prince David. Prince David's websites often misinform rather than report facts.
|Posted on December 12, 2013 at 7:55 PM|
On 8th of December, at the hall of "Saqartvelo" (GEORGIAN ONLINE TV LIVE) broadcaster was celebrated a jubilee of one of the famous film directors of Georgia Rezo Chkheidze.
Rezo Chkheidze was born in 1926 in Tiflis, Transcaucasian SFSR, USSR (now Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia). He is a director and writer, known for Jariskatsis mama (1964), The Saplings (1972) and Magdana's Donkey (1955). He has directed fourteen films since 1953 which are still loved by the Georgian people. His 1964 film Father of a Soldier was entered into the 4th Moscow International Film Festival. His 1972 film The Saplings was entered into the 8th Moscow International Film Festival where it won a Diploma
At the ceremony attended many of famous and respected people of Intelligentsia, writers, film directors, poets, art historians and etc.
At this special event the Head of the Royal House of Georgia Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski bestowed Rezo Chkheidze title of Raindi (knight) of Grand Cross of the Royal Order of the Crown of the Georgian Kingdom thus paid tribute for his priceless contribution into the Georgian cinematography.
The investiture ceremony was taken with admiration by the audience and at the end all the present society members expressed their respect towards the Crown Prince and to his consort Princess Leila.
|Posted on December 12, 2013 at 7:50 PM|
HRH Crown Prince Nugzar bestowed the title of Grand Officer of the royal order of the Crown of the Georgian Kingdom to one of the most popular Georgians of XX th century. She is a first female to be awarded the Grandmaster title in the world and five-time world champion in 1962, 1965, 1969, 1972, 1975.
Nona Gaprindashvili was born May 3rd, 1941, in Zugdidi, Georgia. She was the greatest female player of her generation and in 1962 became the fifth women's world chess champion in the history of the game. She retained her title for 16 years. She frequently played in men's tournaments, winning (amongst others) Hastings in 1963/4 and tying for first place at Lone Pine in 1977. In 1978 she became the first woman to be earn the (until then exclusively male) title of International Grandmaster. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nona_Gaprindashvili
On investiture ceremonial also were attended several famous social figures and some members of Georgian aristocracy who have paid homage to the Royal House of Georgia and its legitimate head.
Crown Prince has also bestowed the title of Raindi (Knight) to the two persons:
General-lieutenant Prince Giorgi Shervashidze, Commander of the Internal Troops of Georgia in 1996-2003. The Shervashidze, Chachba or Chachibaia (Georgian: შერვაშიძე-ჩაჩბა/ჩაჩიბაია was a Georgian ruling family of Principality of Abkhazia, which was later recognized as one of the princely families of the Russian Empire at the request of King Heraclius II of Georgia in accordance with the list of Georgian noblemen presented in the Treaty of Georgievsk.
And Mr. Lasha Tabukashvili, famous Georgian writer and philologist, state Prize Laureate of Shota Rustaveli.
At the end of the ceremony all the new members of sovereign Order expressed their gratitude before the Royal family of Georgia. Among the royal family HRH Princess Anna of Georgia wearing emblem of the order.
Levan Vasadze was bestowing with the title of Raindi (Knight) by HRH Prince Nugzar of the Royal House of Georgia.
|Posted on December 12, 2013 at 7:40 PM|
Levan Vasadze was bestowing with the title of Raindi (Knight) by HRH Prince Nugzar of the Royal House of Georgia. Levan has been a business executive for many years including the First Vice President of Sistema Corporation and CEO of Rosno, Russia`s leading insurance company. In 2006 he was awarded Person of the Year in Russia`s top 100 CEO contest in Kremlin by Ros Business Consulting. Now he is a Chairman of Prometheus Capital Partners, at the same time, sponsoring various projects in religion, education and sport. Part-time he is involved in managing his own assets in real estate, financial services and Georgian sparkling wine production.
Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski is the son of HRH Prince Peter Bagrationi-Gruzinski of Georgia (1920–1984), who was a prominent poet and the former Head of the Royal House of Georgia between 1939 and 1984. His grandfather, HRH Prince Alexander (1820-1865), was the son of HRH Prince Bagrat, the fourth son of King Giorgi XII of Georgia. Prince Peter’s life was full of tragedy, as he was forced to live in Soviet Russia.
The Soviets knew that he was the rightful heir to the Georgian throne, and they did not want the political risk of native Georgians supporting the restoration of an independent Georgian kingdom. Despite imprisonment, Prince Peter continued to express his inner protest against the Soviet political regime through his poetry. He was part of the underground youth organization that secretly had been publishing anti-communist literature. One of his published poetry lyrics led to his arrest in 1946, and he was sentenced to the death penalty. Within this poem, the poet openly refers to his Royal descent and being the direct descendant of the great King Erekle II. Luckily, Prince Peter miraculously survived this punishment. In time, he became quite famous for his lyrics and Georgian songs. When the “Poet” Prince Peter (II) died in 1984, the headship of the Royal House of Georgia passed onto his son Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski, who currently is the director of the Tbilisi theatre of cinema artists.
HRH Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski is the rightful lineal successor of the last kings of united Georgia, the rightful successor of the last kings of the kingdom of Kartli-Kakheti, and the senior descendant by primogeniture in the male line of Giorgi XII. In 2006, the former head of the Imereti Royal House, HRH Princess Nino Bagration-Imeretinski (1915-2008), signed an important memorandum where she, on behalf of the Imereti royal branch, recognized the rightful claim and sovereignty of the Bagrationi-Gruzinski family over the rest of the Bagrationi lines.
HRH Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski is married to Princess Leila Kipiani, who was born in Tbilisi on 16 July of 1947. They married on 10 February of 1971. The Crown Prince and Princess have two daughters: HRH Princess Anna of Georgia (born 1976) and Princess Maia (born 1978). Princess Leila descends from one of the western high noble families of Georgia.
|Posted on December 12, 2013 at 7:35 PM|
On 5th of December 2013, the head of the Royal House of Georgia, Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski visited The Public School № 202 of Tbilisi, Georgia, for Blind and Visually Impaired where the Crown Prince was warmly welcomed.
The school is actively involved in community activities and is committed to social adaptation of its schoolchildren.
The Crown Prince has been present to every class of the Icon of “St. Matrona” who is a protector of people with disabilities and supplied them with the necessary items for this school. The school will be able to increase their Braille literacy and to improve their reading and learning skills thanks to special education supplies and materials provided by the Crown Prince and other organizations.
For the occasion of the visit of the Crown Prince Nugzar, the children performed a special concert to express gratitude to the Royal House
THE HEAD OF THE ROYAL HOUSE OF GEORGIA MEETS THE PATRIARCH OF THE HOLY CITY OF JERUSALEM –September 13, 2016
His Royal Highness Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski (TICAN Royal Patron), Head of the Royal House of Georgia (second left) meets the Patriarch of Holy City Jerusalem His Beatitude Theophilos III. HRH Princess Ana, heir to the Royal House (far right).
The city of Jerusalem is significant in a number of religious traditions, including the Abrahamic religions Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, which consider it a holy city. Some of the most sacred places for each of these religions are found in Jerusalem and the one shared between all three is the Temple Mount.
It was on 13th September 2016 when the Royal family of Georgia, held in warm and friendly atmosphere, visited the Patriarch. HRH Crown Prince noted an important role of His Beatitude in Christianity as whole and bestowed upon him the highest Dynastic Order of St. King David the Psalmist what was received with much gratitude by the Patriarch of Jerusalem. In his part His Beatitude gifted the royal family with holy icons, souvenirs and blessed the royal family.
His Beatitude Theophilos III, Is the current Patriarch of the Orthodox Church of Jerusalem. He is styled "Patriarch of the Holy City of Jerusalem and all Palestine and Israel. Theophilos (also spelled Theofilos or Theophilus) was elected by the Holy Synod of Jerusalem as the 141st primate of the Orthodox Church of Jerusalem on 22 August 2005, confirmed by the Eastern Orthodox synod of Constantinople.