Who realized that one Network program could illuminate us from multiple points of view! As the Muslim world is sucked into the craziness of Ertugrul and comparative Footstool dramatizations, we must reveal what is recorded actuality, and what is only for amusement purposes, on the off chance that we need to genuinely profit by the historical backdrop of the Hassock time frame. I as well, love viewing Ertugrul and comparable shows like ‘The Eminent Century’ and ‘Yunus Emre’ which educate such huge numbers of extraordinary life exercises, also consolidate Quranic stories and Hadith. And yet as opposed to making anecdotal legends, let’s praise reality in the history and value our saints for what they did.
Ertugrul is the dad of Osman. With the little piece of Kayi clan, Ertugrul with just 400 tents went on the difficult way toward the West and made establishment for probably the best realm. After Ruler Aladdin was harmed by Sadettin Kopek, he rebelled against Kopek’s administration, and broadcasted his Express, the City of Sogut its legislative center. His adoration and regard for his better half were broadly known. He had four children with Halime Ruler, and he passed on at 90 years of age. The most recent ten years of his life were spent unobtrusively in his clan, when because of the mature age; he moved every one of his obligations to his most youthful child Osman. A recorded confirmation of his life is the coins stamped by Osman which distinguish Ertuğrul as the name of his dad, however past this very little thought about him is separated from folktales. Engin Altan Duzyatan is the entertainer who offered life to this incredible character. Despite this Engin thinks of it as an incredible benefit to play Ertugrul as he was the principal individual in Turkish history to move away from the itinerant way of life and hope to set up an express that went onto most recent 600 years. He was covered in Sogut in 1280. Around his tomb are graves of Halime King, Hayme Mother, his children, Gunduz, Savci Bey, Saru Batu, and Osman, his sibling Dundar, Turgut Alp, Samsa Alp, and Abdurahman.
Osman is known as the dad of the Stool Realm as from his Beylik (realm) the extension of the Ottoman territory started. In the history books you will regularly observe Ottoman rule alluded to as the Osmanli line. Osman came late to his folks. When Osman was conceived, (1258), Ertugrul was around 67 years of age, and as Halime was more seasoned as well, when typically ladies can’t have kids any longer, he was considered as a Marvel sent by God. Students of history consider a dark gap in Footstool history during Osman’s life as what is expounded on him was revealed 100 years after he kicked the bucket.
He was a bold and prestige warrior, a goodhearted and adoring man, committed to his sibling, his clan, and his family. Be that as it may, history reports him as a powerless character and he committed many errors and throughout his long life. He passed on matured 92 or 93, by Osman’s hand. He defied one of Osman’s choices and that was the issue that is finally too much to bear for Osman.
He was one and only the best and most renowned warrior in Turkish history. He carried on with uncommonly long life, in any event, for our time. He survived Ertugrul Bey by 35 years, with his amazing fight in his grasp matured 125 years of age! After Ertugrul died, Turgut becomes the primary help to Osman, and when Osman built up his Sultanate he remunerated Turgut with the most noteworthy situation, as a Legislative head of the new State.
He was an incredible saint; his life has been depicted in the book of medieval Stool’s sequences of that time, titled ”The book of Dede Korkut”. He was a savage warrior, goodhearted, and extremely amusing man. His affection for life was incredible since his heart was isolated between two loves. He went through 16 years in a cell in Byzantine, and the Princess, who lived in that Stronghold, experienced passionate feelings for him and helped him escape. It isn’t known when he passed on or to what extent he lived; just that he lived genuinely long for that time, and that he was trapped by the cunning and killed, deserting a spouse and youngsters.
The same number of us knows Ibn Arabi is a celebrated chronologist, spiritualist, thinker, writer, sage; he is one of the world’s incredible profound educators. Ibn ‘Arabi was conceived in Murcia, Andalusia, in Spain in 1165 and his works had an enormous effect all through the Islamic world and Christian world. The all-inclusive thoughts fundamental his ideas are of prompt pertinence today. He was incredible motivation and backing to Ertugrul Bey. He kicked the bucket 1240 matured 75. After his passing, Ertugrul Bey kept on drawing support from Ibn Arabi, through his various compositions, books, journals, lessons and his other profound works, and through his adherents.
She was a Seljuk Princess, exceptionally committed to her significant other and his most prominent supporter. She surrendered her title and her Royal residence’s life because of her adoration and commitment to Ertugrul Bey.
He was a widely esteemed figure; he had four children with Hayme Mother. He kicked the bucket by suffocating in Waterway Euphrates, and the spot close to Aleppo, where he was covered in a consecrated spot for Turks which is currently in cutting edge Syria, and that region despite everything has a place with Turkey, it is monitored by Turkey’s military gatekeepers and you need an identification to get in there, to see the catacomb of Suleyman Shah. Albeit because of the development of ISIS and the ongoing destruction of sanctums and tombs from fanatics, the remaining parts were briefly evacuated a year ago.
As indicated by Footstool sources Saddetin Kopek is viewed as a yearning and fiendishness man, his solitary great quality was his commitment to his State. He in the end figured out how to kill Ruler Aleaddin, his subsequent spouse, the Ayyubid Princess, and their two children by harming in 1238. He at that point broadcasted Ruler Aladdin’s third and most established child (from his first marriage), as another King through whom Kopek increased an all-out force. Be that as it may, just a single year later, he was swung from the Castle divider.
He was the right hand of Ertugrul, but there is a lot more to his story! Artuk Bey (otherwise called “Child of Eksük” or Ibn Eksuk) was a Turkish General of the Incomparable Seljuk Realm in the eleventh century. He was the Seljuk legislative leader of Jerusalem between 1085 and 1091. Artuk Bey was one of the commandants of the Incomparable Seljuk Realm armed force during the Clash of Manzikert in 1071.