The presentation of the book "Birth of Vahagn in 50 languages of the world" took place at the hall of the City Central Library after Av. Isahakyan. The book was collected and prepared for publication by Hayk Avagyan, a musicologist and philologist from Cairo, and Artsvi Bakhchinyan, a writer and candidate of philological sciences. "Birth of Vahagn" is one of the oldest known Armenian songs, which has been preserved thanks to Movses Khorenatsi's work "History of Armenians". This masterpiece from Goghtan province shows the birth of Vahagn, the god of fire, thunder and war, who worshiped in Ancient Armenia.
The book "Birth of Vahagn in 50 Languages of the World" includes not only translations, but also Eastern and Western Armenian versions.
"Birth of Vahagn" was read at the hall in many languages.
Olga Arzumanyan: Lithuanian
Galina Adamyan: Russian, Ukrainian, Polish
Lusana Hovhannisyan: French, Persian
Alisa Yepranosyan: Georgian
Diana Smbatyan: Greek
Sona Martirosyan: Arabic
Sara Mkhitaryan: Italian
Nane Jerahian: Dutch
Ruzan Khojikyan: Japanese
Davit Gritsenko: Chinese
Tehmina Tumasova: Assyrian
Artsvi Bakhchinyan: Lingala, Swedish, English
The event was concluded by writer, singer, songwriter Arsen Hambaryan, who performed the song written by his poem "Birth of Vahagn".
Actress Gayane Samvelyan hosted the event and read translations of different authors in Armenian.

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