პატარა პრინცი (Patara Uplistsuli) — in Georgian (ქართული ენა / Kartuli Ena).
Georgian is the official language of Georgia (საქართველო / Sakartvelo). It is one of the oldest living languages in the world, with a history that can be traced back to at least the 5th century BCE. As we can see above and below, Georgian has its own unique script, which is one of only 14 scripts in the world that are currently in use. The script is called Mkhedruli and consists of 33 letters.
Georgian is a member of the Kartvelian language family, which includes other languages such as Mingrelian and Laz. It is not a part of any other language family, including the languages in use surrounding this area. This language has a large number of borrowed words from other languages, including Arabic, Persian, Russian, and Turkish. However, these words have been adapted to fit the unique grammar and pronunciation of Georgian.
პატარა პრინცი (Patara Uplistsuli) — in Georgian
Georgian language has a complex grammar system, with six cases and no articles. The verb comes at the end of the sentence, and there are no gender distinctions. It is also known for its unique polyphonic music, which has been recognised by UNESCO as an intangible cultural heritage of humanity.