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Maliheri pukaja


(A song about the voivode Ivancho Karasulski)
Maliheri pukaja - Performed by Bapchorki

Maliheri pukaja, lele,
maliheri pukaja,
maliheri pukaja na G`ndacho planina,
maliheri pukaja na G`ndacho planina.

Toj Jovancho vojvoda, lele,
toj Jovancho vojvoda,
toj Jovancho vojvoda na chukarka sedeshe,
toj Jovancho vojvoda na chukarka sedeshe.

Na chukarka sedeshe, lele,
na chukarka sedeshe,
na chukarka sedeshe, zapoved izdavashe,
na chukarka sedeshe, zapoved izdavashe.

- Jurush, brakja komiti, lele,
jurush, brakja komiti,
jurush, brakja komiti, da ja oslobodime,
da ja oslobodime majka Makedonija!


Ivan Karasulski
Ivan Ordzhanov, also known as Ivancho (Jovancho, Vancho) Karasulski (Karasuliata, Gevgeliski) - born in 1875 in the village of Karasule, also known as Rugunovec (Kukush / Kilkis area; Καρασούλι / Πολύκαστρο). He was a voivode of IMARO and SMAC, a participant in the Ilinden Uprising in the regions of Gevgelia and Enidzhe-Vardar. During the Ilinden Uprising, on September 12 1903, the chetas of the voivodes Ivan Karasulski and Apostol Petkov had a battle against Ottoman soldiers on the peak of G'ndach (Gandach) on the mountain of Pajak. On March 21 1905, Ivan Karasulski and his entire cheta members were killed during the battle near the village of Leskovo (Meglen area; Λέσκοβο / Τρία Έλατα).
Gogo Kirov
Gogo Kirov - born in the village of Karasule, also known as Rugunovec (Kukush / Kilkis area; Καρασούλι / Πολύκαστρο). He was a voivode of IMARO, a participant in the Ilinden Uprising. He was killed on March 21 1905, along with the cheta of Ivancho Karasulski, during the battle near the village of Leskovo (Meglen area; Λέσκοβο / Τρία Έλατα).