"To withstand all kinds of winds and storms howling over my head my name definitely had to be LER (mountain),” these were Ler Kamsar's thoughts on his literary name. At the "Day 6" program pavilion, we hosted the grandson of Ler Kamsar, Vanuhi Tovmasyan, who puts, one after another, volumes of unpublished legacy of Ler Kamsar on the reader's table and creates an opportunity to look at the writer and his time from a new perspective.