Bulat Okudjava (given birth to Boulat Shalvovick Okoudjava) was among Russia’s biggest 20th hundred years songwriters. A normal performer on Russian radio and tv, through the ’50s, Okudjava’s most long lasting songs were presented in such movies as The Celebrity from the Alluring Happiness, Belorussian PLACE, and The White colored Sun from the Desert. The child of the Georgian dad and an Armenian mom, Okudjava battled with politics oppression as an adolescent. In 1937, his dad was shot from the Russian armed service and his mom was exiled. In the beginning attracted to poetry, Okudjava’s first work was created after he previously graduated from Tbilisi (Georgia) Condition University, having a level in viewpoint, and had started teaching Russian and books in Kaluzhsk colleges. Although his 1st poems shown on non-offensive topics, Okudjava increasingly handled political, interpersonal, and emotional problems as he started accompanying his terms with classical guitar melodies. In 1994, Okudjava received the exclusive Russian Baater literary reward.