About Events – Khelaoba

“Khelaoba” is held annually in Chargali village in Dusheti on 25 January and commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili (1900 – 1925) (Georgian: მიხა ხელაშვილი). An anti-Soviet, he was shot and killed in Chargali village on his birthday.

"Khelaoba" commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

“Khelaoba” commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

"Khelaoba" commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

“Khelaoba” commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

"Khelaoba" commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

“Khelaoba” commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

"Khelaoba" commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

“Khelaoba” commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

"Khelaoba" commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

“Khelaoba” commemorates the anniversary of the death of Georgian poet Mikha Khelashvili

Mikha Khelashvili (1900 – 1925)

Mikha Khelashvili (1900 – 1925)

Photos by: Tinatin Mosiashvili. Photo source: Dusheti Municipality on Facebook.

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