According to the UNESCO Convention for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of 2003, the National Agency for the Protection of the Cultural Heritage has been operating in Georgia since 2008. The agency is called upon to register and preserve, research and popularize samples of the intangible culture of its country. This status of an intangible cultural monument in Georgia was assigned to the famous Georgian feast – kartuli supra and the khachapuri tradition in Georgia – one of the most famous Georgian dishes.
The Georgian supra consists of different moments — tamada (toastmaster), amazingly fragrant and lovingly prepared dishes, guests, songs, etc. Georgian supra is not only khinkali, khachapuri or kebab, it is a place for meetings, conversations, discussions, thoughts.