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Who was Ertugrul Gazi? Biography About Ertugrul Ghazi?

Biography About Ertugrul Ghazi?

Under the branches of this tree flow springs from which people drink water and the fields are irrigated. When Usman asked Sheikh Adibali for the interpretation, he said that God had chosen Usman and his offspring to rule the world and They said that the moon that came out of their chest and entered Osman’s chest was their daughter and who became Osman’s wife after that dream.

Finkel writes that the early Ottoman sultans were more interested in proving their right to rule over others than finding out the date of their origin and to them their kingdom began with a dream that Usman had in the house of an elderly dervish. I had seen during my stay.

She further writes that the documented evidence in favor of this dream story is also found in history and that the land papers of the early Ottoman Empire indicate that there were elders named Adibali in the era of Osman and that There is also some testimony that his daughter was one of Usman’s two wives.

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Ertugrul’s Anatolia was 13th century Anatolia.
Caroline Funkl writes that the Anatolia where these Turkish tribes reached, there were people of many races and religions inhabited for a long time, including Jews, Armenians, Kurds, Greek and Arabs.

In the west of the area there was a very weak Byzantine Empire in comparison to the past (ruling from Anatolia in the good days until the evening) and in the east the Seljuk who called themselves the Roman Seljuk.
Defeat by the Mongols in the middle of 13th century weakened the Seljuk and they were forced to yield to the Mongols. The authority of two powerful governments in the past equaled to not being in this area of ‘uncertainty’ located between their borders. Had a blast. But it wasn’t just a crossroads for warriors. There were also people with nowhere else to go.

Who was Ertugrul? Ottoman Empire

The area of the Funkle ‘Frontier’, where the Ottoman Empire was founded, taking a picture shows that ‘. The area is a lot of domestic, semi-house, looters, military campaign enthusiasts, slaves with different backgrounds, dervish, monks and scattered population. Pastors who are praying, take shelter The homeless farmers, city dwellers, peace and sacred places, were searching for restless souls, Muslim teachers, and merchants who were not afraid of danger, were spreading the traps of the passageways.

Finkel writes that the special feature of this disadministered area was the presence of Muslim dervishes. Like Christian monks, they were always travelling or staying among their followers and their lives became part of tradition.’The opening of the Darwishis were the symbol of this picture of Islam in the area, which was common with Sunni Islam of the kingdom of Saljuk in Anatolia.’

Stanford Jay Shaw writes in his book that ‘Turak (Khana Badush) came to Anatolia, the Sufi elders also came along with them, which the powerful, greedy rulers had no objection because they left their territory due to popularity among the people of these Sufi. Were happy to be gone.

Tomb of Ertugrul

There is a small mosque named Ertugrul and a shrine in the Sogat area (about which it is said to be found by Ertughul’s son of Ertughrul and built for them and then In which Usman’s son Arhan added. Caroline Funkl writes that this mosque and shrine has been worked so many times that there is no sign of its first construction, so no building can be said with confidence that it is from the era of Usman.

Ertugrul Ghazi Mosque established in Turkmanistan

They also wrote that in the late 19th century Sultan Abdul Hamid II tried to support the fame of his ancestors in order to improve the reputation of a weakened kingdom and rebuilt the shrine of Ertugrul in Sogat and one of the ‘Osmani Martyrs’ A graveyard built.

Why TV drama on Ertugrul’s life?
American University of Beirut’s sociologist Josh Karney raised a question in an article published in Middle Eastern review that ‘Why did the Turkish government choose Ertugrul instead of several famous characters? ‘
Josh Karni says that Sultan Suleiman (1566-1520) and Abdul Hameed II (1909-1876) in the Ottoman Empire is much more famous than Ertugrul, but there is no reason to make a TV serial on Ertugrol.

Turkish TV channel TRT’s most successful worldwide series ‘Daryllis Ertugrul’ is based on the progress of their Qai tribe fighting various enemies in Anatolia. ‘In a result, while very few people know about the historic character Ertugrul, TRT’s character is popular in Turkey and outside Turkey and is loved by people.’

In an article written in Sena 2018, Karney says several aspects of the series were clear in Turkey’s constitutional referendum ads that “there is no doubt that history and popular culture have been combined for political benefit.”
Carney says that in making a TV series about a character that people don’t know ‘the ease is that it can be presented in any color… (while) people are aware of the merits and drawbacks of popular personalities.’
Carney says earlier a series about Sultan Sulaiman couldn’t be as successful. ‘Making a series about Ertugrul was like filling in a blank slate at will.

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