Georgian Drinking Horn

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Ram or goat drinking horns, known as khantsi, remain an important accessoire in the culture of ritual toasting in Georgia. During a formal dinner (supra) Georgians propose a toast, led by a toastmaster (tamada) who sets the topic of each round of toasting. The Program is aired every Saturday at 17:30 on First TV. The program seeks to inform the viewing audience about Consumer market and Productions of Georgia. All these Production things from needle to plane are made in Georgia.

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