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Recent Important Event Honoring the Father of the Present Head of the Royal House of Georgia in April 2013:
The late His Royal Highness Prince Peter (II) of Bagrationi-Gruzinski.
In 18th of April, in the Rustaveli state theatre a concert was held dedicated to poetry of His Royal Highness, late Prince Peter (II) Bagrationi-Gruzinski. This concert was organized by the Municipality of Tbilisi and the Ministry of Culture of Georgia. This wonderful concert was lasted more than two hours and been broadcasted on Georgian television.
The patriarch was welcomed in front of theater by HRH Crown Prince Nugzar the son of late Head of the Royal House of Georgia Peter (II).
Prince Nugzar is the son of Prince Petre Bagration-Gruzinsky of Georgia (1920–1984), a prominent poet and the rightful claimant to the headship of the Georgian dynasty from 1939 until his death, and his second wife Liya Mgeladze (b. 8 August 1926). Prince Nugzar is the director of the Tbilisi theatre of cinema artists.
On 18 December 2007, Nugzar met with Kristiina Ojuland, the Vice-President of the Riigikogu (Parliament of Estonia) at the Mariott-Tbilisi Hotel in which Ojuland "paid homage to the Bagrationi dynasty, which has made an extraordinary contribution in support of Georgia".
Prince Nugzar is the senior descendant by primogeniture in the male line of George XII, the last King of Georgia to reign. The Bagration-Gruzinsky line are the rightful heirs to the throne, and Nino Bagrationi, a 90-year-old direct descendant of King Solomon II of Imereti, also recognizes the claim of Bagration-Gruzinsky.
The public audience with standing ovations greeted joint appearance of the Patriarch and of Crown Prince Nugzar in the governmental lodge from a large audience of over 1,000 prominent citizens. The Patriarch of Georgia was present at the concert with several archbishops of the Holy Synod and paid tribute to the organizers for such a wonderful evening. In the private conversation, His Holiness emphasized the merit of the Prince Peter, especially in those hard times of communism. His poetry, numerous lyrics of famous songs and scenarios have become the spiritualization of Georgian people through the decades. For its side Prince Nugzar noted that the ability to produce poetry is a special gift which was possessed by his direct ancestors -- the Kings of Georgia.
The Mujhranski line of offshoot non-sovereign princes, in the early 1900's, wrongfully claimed royalty based on the false premise that the true line of the kings could not survive the Communist oppression of Georgia, where they continued lived and suffer with the people of their lands. Prince Peter, the great poet, was imprisoned, but the line survived and are the rightful heirs of their direct forefathers -- the kings of Georgia.
Being a guest of honor in various special scientific, historical and political conferences:
HRH Princess Anna below is a "Goodwill Ambassador" of “The Morning Star” Foundation (Switzerland) for Caucasus Countries with the aim to promote education and literacy worldwide. She is the head of the International Charity Fund in Research of Georgian Anciency aiming to preserve Georgian legacy and culture: http://www.georgiananciency.org The picture below is a visit to the School of the Blind of which she is a patron.
His Royal Highness Crown Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski, by the Grace of God, Head of the Royal House of Georgia, and Heir to the Throne of Georgia, met with His Most Divine All Holiness BARTHOLOMEW I, Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch during a private audience at the Patriarchal Palace at the Phanar in Istanbul (TR), in which the Crown Prince preferred and honored His All Holiness with the Royal Order of St. King David the Psalmist.
The Most Reverend ATHENAGORAS, Metropolitan-Archbishop of Mexico, Central America, Colombia, Venezuela, and the Islands of the Caribbean, (who is also the President of the Regional Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of Latin America), reported that His All Holiness was extremely pleased and expressed his profound gratitude to the Crown Prince. His All Holiness then extended warmest and heartfelt wishes and gifts to the Crown Prince, who had celebrated his 65th birthday on August 25, 2015.
His All-Holiness Bartholomew I Archbishop of Constantinople-New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I, born 29 February 1940) is the 270th and current Archbishop of Constantinople and Ecumenical Patriarch, since 2 November 1991.In the Eastern Orthodox Church, he is regarded as the "first among equals" and as the spiritual leader of the world's 300 million Orthodox Christians. As Archbishop of Constantinople and New Rome, Patriarch Bartholomew occupies the First Throne of the Orthodox Christian Church and presides in a fraternal spirit among all the Orthodox Primates. The Ecumenical Patriarch has the historical and theological responsibility to initiate and coordinate actions among the Churches of Alexandria, Antioch, Jerusalem, Russia, Serbia, Romania, Bulgaria, Georgia, Cyprus, Greece, Poland, Albania, The Czech Land and Slovakia, Finland, Estonia, and numerous archdioceses in the old and new worlds. This includes the convening of councils or meetings, facilitating inter-church and inter-faith dialogues and serving as the primary expressed of Church unity as a whole.
This is just the beginning.
The Mutual Recognition of the Authenticity and Genuineness of Two Valid Non-Territorial Sovereigns signed on November 15, 2015:
The signed document formalizes recognition between the two Royal Houses. Any noble titles, heraldry, and Orders bestowed by the two Royal Houses and future Heads of this Royal House are recognized as valid and legitimate.
Statement from HM King Kigeli V:
“….We also fully recognize as legitimate the noble titles, heraldry, and Orders of the Crown of the Georgian Kingdom, King Erekle II, and Saint David, bestowed by His Royal Highness Prince Nugzar and any future creations created and bestowed by the current and future Heads of the Bagrationi-Gruzinski Royal House. Any noble titles, heraldry, and Orders bestowed by His Royal Highness Prince Nugzar and future Heads of the Bagrationi-Gruzinski Royal House are recognized as valid in the de jure Kingdom of Rwanda”.
Statement from HRH Prince Nugzar Bagration-Gruzinski of Georgia:
“….We also fully recognize as legitimate the noble titles, heraldry, and Orders of the Crown of Rwanda, Crested Crane of Rwanda, Drum of Rwanda, and Lion of Rwanda, bestowed by His Majesty King Kigeli V and any future creations created and bestowed by the current and future Heads of the Ndahindurwa Royal House. Any noble titles, heraldry, and Orders bestowed by His Majesty King Kigeli V and future Heads of the Ndahindurwa Royal House are recognized as valid in the de jure Kingdom of Georgia and all Our other lands”.
The truth about who is the rightful heir to the throne of Georgia will prevail and become better and better known and recognized throughout the earth.
New book on the "Bagrationi and the rightful heir to the throne:
By HE Kakha Koridze, Chancellor of the Royal House of Georgia, and Joseph Bichikashvili,historian at Historic Institute in Georgia
Presentation of the book "Bagrationi. The heir to the throne of the king. “28 March in George Leonidze Georgian State museum of literature. The authors of the book are - Kakha Koridze - Chancellor of the royal house of Georgia and Joseph Bichikashvili. Published by the International Fund is the Royal House of Georgia with the financial support of the Ministry of Culture and GruziiMonuments Protection of Georgia.
"The publication of this book is due to dismissive, even more unfair treatment over the years to the family of the true heir to the throne Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski and human royal family, as well as, desire, intention to stop pseudo-monarchical forces distorting the real history of heredity Bagration dynasty. To this end, the restoration of historical justice, to truthfully present the genealogy of all the branches of Bagration, it was decided, based on the Brand new research, to create a table system, completely and thoroughly reproduces the ordinal sequence of the royal line. We are confident that given in the book of facts and evidence will help readers better understand the historical phenomena, and to recognize the heir to the throne, according to Georgian and international laws of the dynasty, Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski ".
Visitors had the opportunity to view a table presenting the history of the royal Bagrationi dynasty, become familiar with the numerous branches of the Bagrationi princes: Bagrationi - Georgian, Bagrationi - Mukhranskii, Bagrationi - Imeretinsky, Bagrationi - Davitishvili, Bagrationi - Babadishi, and Bagrationi - Gruzinski.
In his presentation HE Kakha Koridze spoke about the goal of the book and its purpose: On the presentation were: Valeri Asatiani, Gooch Kvaratskhelia, Akaki Asatiani, Shalva Obgaidze.All unanimously noted the importance of the book in which, in addition to issues relating to the origin of theBagration dynasty, their heredity, offspring and other interesting topics. In particular: "Legal rules of Georgian Dynasty", "The fight for the restoration of a unified Georgian state," "Georgian royal family yesterday, today and tomorrow." And also important archival documents, articles, correspondence; the description of the coat of arms of His Royal Highness Prince Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski, authored by Emir Burjanadze; “The Royal Order of the Crown of the Georgian Kingdom “and much more.
On this day in 1920, a person was born, who his intelligence, nobility, beauty adorned the gallery of Tbilisi knights who sang his beautiful poems love, loyalty, beauty, native of Tbilisi and who were called king of songs and poems. It really was a special royal - the direct heir of the last king of Georgia from the kind of Bagrationi - George VIII -Peter Bagrationi - Gruzinski - father of Nugzar Bagrationi-Gruzinski. Resting it is there where it should be - in the temple of Mtskheta, on a par with the great ancestors.
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His Royal Highness Prince Nugzar was invited to a special Royal Function in Great Britain celebrating the 80th birthday of His Majesty King Kigeli V of Rwanda in July of 2016. Royals from all over the world were invited. This represents a significant beginning of greater recognition for the true heir to the throne of Georgia and His daughter Princess Anna. The following are two photos taken at the occassion:
Princess Anna is sitting to the left of His Majesty King Kigeli V in whose honor this banquet and celebration took place.
This Summer (2106):
His Royal Highness Prince Nugzar has receive a number of recognitions recently honoring him as the true and rightful heir to the throne of Georgia. There were two historic visits:
One where The Prince met with His Most Divine All Holiness BARTHOLOMEW I, Archbishop of Constantinople, New Rome and Ecumenical Patriarch during a private audience at the Patriarchal Palace at the Phanar in Istanbul (TR), in which the Crown Prince invested His All Holiness with the highest Order of the ancient and illustrious Dynasty of Georgia – The Royal Order of St. King David the Psalmist in August 2016.
The other was with His Beatitude Theophilos III, Patriarch of the Holy City of Jerusalem and All Palestine, Syria, Arabia, Beyond the Jordan River, Cana of Galilee, and Holy Zion in September 2016.
Both of these very esteemed men gave their official blessings and recognitions to HRH Prince Nugzar, who invested upon them the highest Order of the ancient and illustrious Dynasty of Georgia – The Royal Order of St. King David the Psalmist. Some of the recognitions and awards given are at follows:
A tree was also planted in Israel by the National Jewish Fund in honor of HRH as Heir to the Throne of the Royal House of Georgia, and Descendant of the House of the ancient Biblical King-Prophet St. David. (For more information on all these honors, see http://www.orthodox-institute.org/news.html)