Fairy tales in Tavush Dialect. The fair woman and the just child

A folk tale can undoubtedly become the best companion of the evening for both children and adults.

We invite our viewers to enjoy together another fairy tale in the Tavush dialect. this time, in Noyemberyan speech.

“The fair woman and the just child” reads Arthur Musayelyan.

High-standard Coffee with Ester Zakaryan in Zovak Gastroyard in Norashen

From the capital Yerevan to Norashen village in Tavush. See and live life as it is. It is Ester Zakaryan, who with her husband Garik Paytyan, left Yerevan with all its perspectives and moved to Norashen village, intending to use their knowledge, strength, and energy for the development of their community.

So, the filming crew of “High-standard coffee” was in Norashen this time.

Ester, or how she says the Paytyans’ daughter-in-law tells about the challenges they faced, the rural life, customs, and impressions she received.

Tavush Poetry: “I’ll be, You’ll be, and We’ll be filled up” by Hrant Ghazumyan

Author Hrant Ghazumyan’s poem in Tavush dialect. The author reads. Footage of the video shows Dilijan.