Ertugrul Ghazi is the organizer of the Ottoman Empire. He was conceived in 1188 AD and kicked the bucket in 1280 AD. A few books notice 1281. He had three children Saru Batu,  Gunduz and Osman He later settled the Khilafah.The caliphate was named after a similar child of Uthman of Ertugrul, the Ottoman Caliphate, yet the establishment of the caliphate was laid by Ertugrul Ghazi.The same caliphate at that point shielded the Muslim Ummah with the blades of these Turks for a long time, from 1291 AD to 1924 AD.Ertugrul Ghazi’s family came here from Central Asia and his progenitor Amjad Oz Khan Oghuz khan had twelve children from whom they became twelve clans, one of which was the Kayi clan to which Ertugrul Ghazi belonged.Your father’s name was Suleiman Shah, Artagul Ghazi had three additional siblings, Sarem, Zaljan, Guldaro, your mom’s name was Haima.Your clan previously originated from Central Asia to Iran and afterward from Iran to Anatolia. To get away from the Mongol intrusion where Sultan Ala-ud-commotion who was the Sultan of the Seljuk Empire and this Seljuk Turkish Empire was established by Sultan Alap Arslan.By overcoming Byzantine in the skirmish of Manzikert in 1071, Sultan Alp Arsalan was an extraordinary figure in history and proceeded to turn into the leader of a similar domain. These 12 clans lived under the shadow of Sultan Alauddin Oghuz Khan.

Also, Ertugrul Ghazi turned into the head of the Qai clan. After the passing of his dad Suleiman Shah, the Ahl al-Ahl came first.Then he went to Aleppo. 1232 Where Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi’s grandson Aziz managed, first Ertugrul Ghazi got to know Aziz then wedded Sultan Alauddin’s niece Halima Sultan with whom he had three sons.He become friends with the Ayyubids and the Seljuks, vanquished a fortress of the Crusaders close to Aleppo, and afterward turned out to be extremely near Ertugrul Sultan Allauddin.

As the Mongol intrusion drew nearer, Ertugrul Ghazi vanquished Noyan, a key Mongol pioneer. Noyan was the correct hand of the Mongol lord Ogtai Khan, Ogtai Khan was the child of Genghis Khan, and Ogtai’s child was Hulagu Khan Was running. And then Ertugrul Ghazi drove his clan to So Gut Sogut close to Constantinople close to Constantinople, and first there he vanquished a significant fortification of Byzantine Byzantine and accumulated all the Turkic tribes. After the passing of Sultan Allauddin, Ertugrul Ghazi turned into the ruler of the Seljuk realm and his relative was Sultan Muhammad the Conqueror, who vanquished Constantinople in 1453 and along these lines satisfied the prescience of the Holy Prophet(saw). Fighters like Ertugrul Ghazi are uncommon ever, however tragically our age doesn’t have any acquaintance with them.

All the contenders who have experienced Islam who have accomplished something for Islam, they should have an otherworldly angle, behind them there must be some profound character (Wali Allah) whose obligation is forced by Allah.

Get the history from the earliest starting point of Islam till now even today in the event that anybody is performing any responsibility for Islam and for the Muslim Ummah then they should have some profound aspect. Sheikh Mohi-ud-Din Ibn Al-Arabi (may God show leniency toward him) was behind this warrior Ertugrul Ghazi and by the beauty of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), it was Sheik Mohi-ud-Din Ibn Al-Arabi who originated from Andalusia to help Ertugrul Ghazi. This isn’t enthusiastic or misrepresented. Just he who has gotten this light of otherworldliness can see this. Also, he who doesn’t get this light is visually impaired and won’t comprehend. For example, the Liberal Secular Brigade

Charactors of Diriliş: Ertuğrul

Who realized that one TV show could edify us from numerous points of view! As the Muslim world is sucked into the panic of Ertugrul and comparable Ottoman dramatizations, its urgent that we reveal what is authentic certainty, and what is only for amusement purposes, in the event that we need to genuinely profit by the historical backdrop of the Ottoman time frame. I as well, love viewing Ertugrul and comparable shows like ‘The Magnificent Century’ and ‘Yunus Emre’ which educate such a large number of extraordinary life exercises, also consolidate Quranic stories and Hadith. And yet as opposed to making anecdotal saints, lets praise reality in the history and value our legends for what they ACTUALLY did.

I have ordered data from different Turkish sources and posts via web-based networking media (with references) from rising data about the numerous valiant characters that we have developed to cherish from this TV arrangement. This is certifiably not a total record of their lives, yet I have incorporated the data that is truly demonstrated. InshaAllah as more interpretations become exposed we can sort out increasingly about their lives. Appreciate!

Ertugrul Bey !

Ertugrul Ghazi is the dad of Osman. With the little piece of Kayi clan, Ertugurl with just 400 tents, went on the difficult way toward the West and made establishment for probably the best realm. After Sultan Aleaddin was harmed by Sadettin Kopek, he rebelled against Kopek’s legislature, and announced his own State, the City of Sogut its legislative hall.

His affection and regard for his significant other was generally known. He had four children with Halime Sultan, and he kicked the bucket at 90 years of age. The most recent ten years of his life were spent discreetly in his clan, when because of the mature age, he moved every one of his duties to his most youthful child Osman. A chronicled confirmation of his life are the coins stamped by Osman which distinguish Ertuğrul as the name of his dad, however past this very little is thought about him separated from folktales.

There is data and chronicled realities about him that are kept in Turkish files, inside Ibn Arabi’s orders, in Western documents about Templars, in Byzantine’s orders and in legends – yet this data just adds up to around 7 pages of sources as indicated by the entertainer Engin Altan Duzyatan, who offered life to this incredible character. Notwithstanding this Engin thinks of it as an incredible benefit to play Ertugrul as he was the primary 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.

We do realize he was covered in Sogut in 1280. Around his tomb are graves of Halime Sultan, Hayme Mother, his children, Gunduz, Savci Bey, Saru Batu and Osman, his sibling Dundar, Turgut Alp, Samsa Alp, Abdurahman, and numerous others of his Alps, who came to Sogut with Ertugrul Bey. The ones that were not covered there, passed on en route.

Halime Sultan

She was a Seljuk Princess, exceptionally devoted to her significant other and his most noteworthy supporter. She surrendered her title and her Palace’s life because of her affection and commitment to Ertugrul Bey. Through her union with Ertugrul Ghazi, Seljuk Turks and Oguz Turks, two biggest Turkish branches were unalterably joined by direct relations.

Suleyman Shah

He was an extraordinarily regarded figure of that time, he had 4 children with Hayme Mother. He kicked the bucket by suffocating in River Euphrates, and the spot close to Aleppo, where he was covered in a consecrated spot for Turks which is presently in current Syria, and that domain despite everything has a place with Turkey, it is protected by Turkey’s military gatekeepers and you need a visa to get in there, to see the tomb 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 because of the circumstance around Aleppo, and brought to Turkey to safeguard.

Hayme Mother

She carried on with a long life and she accompanied them right to Sogut. She was a savvy, mindful and courageous lady, who went about as the Bey of her clan, after Suleyman Shah had passed on. She was generally much regarded and she was called ”the Mother of the individuals”. It isn’t evident whether she brought forth Gundogdu, she unquestionably brought him up. As indicated by one line of sources, Gundogdu was her own child. Be that as it may, since Suleyman Shah had lost his first spouse, before defacing Hayme, there are some who accept that Gundogdu was conceived by that young lady.


Ertugrul Osman, who may have controlled the Ottoman domain from a castle in Istanbul, yet rather went through a large portion of his time on earth in a stroll up loft in Manhattan, passed on Wednesday night in Istanbul. He was 97.

The reason was kidney disappointment, as indicated by his significant other, Zeynep, who was visiting Istanbul with him when he passed on.

Mr. Osman was a relative of Osman I, the Anatolian ruler who in 1299 built up the realm that in the end controlled pieces of Europe, Africa and the Middle East. Mr. Osman would have in the end become the Sultan yet for the foundation of the Turkish Republic, declared in 1923.

Throughout the previous 64 years, Mr. Osman  officially His Imperial Highness Prince Ertugrul Osman — lived in a lease controlled condo in a four-story expanding on Lexington Avenue in the East 70s. At one time he kept 12 mutts in his home, a two-room unit up a restricted, diminish flight of stairs, and enrolled neighborhood youngsters to walk them.

Given the hole between what may have been and what was, Mr. Osman was frequently inquired as to whether he envisioned that the realm would be reestablished. He generally replied, straight, no.

“I’m an exceptionally reasonable individual,” he disclosed to The New York Times in 2006. “Majority rules system functions admirably in Turkey.”

His Imperial Highness Prince Osman Ertugrul of Turkey and Princess Zeynep in their two-bedroom walk-up on Lexington Avenue.Fred R. Conrad/The New York Times

In a meeting for Al Jazeera TV in 2008, he wouldn’t say a cruel word regarding Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, who drove the transformation that dismissed his family.

Ali Tayar, a designer from Istanbul and a companion, said in 2006 that Mr. Osman had “no desire to return, and he doesn’t need anybody to figure he does.”

“Be that as it may, he’s a fantastically significant connect to Turkey’s past,” Mr. Tayar included.

Conceived in 1912, Mr. Osman was the last enduring grandson of an Ottoman sovereign; his granddad, Abdul Hamid II, governed from 1876 to 1909. In 1924, the regal family was ousted by Ataturk, the originator of the Turkish Republic. “The men had one day to leave,” Mr. Osman said. “The ladies were given seven days.”

Mr. Osman went to class in Vienna and moved to New York in 1939. He came back to Turkey just because 53 years after the fact, in August 1992, at the greeting of the leader. On that trip, he went to see the 285-room Dolmabahce Palace, which had been his granddad’s home (and where he had played as a kid). He demanded joining a visit gathering, in spite of the late spring heat. “I didn’t need a whine,” he said. “I’m not that sort of individual.”

As a youngster, Mr. Osman ran a mining organization, Wells Overseas, which expected him to head out as often as possible to South America. Since he viewed himself as a resident of the Ottoman Empire, he would not convey the identification of any nation. Rather, he went with a testament formulated by his attorney. That may have kept on working had safety efforts not been fixed after the assaults of Sept. 11, 2001. In 2004, he got a Turkish visa just because.

Mr. Osman wedded Gulda Twerskoy in 1947. She passed on in 1985. At a gathering in 1987, he met Zeynep Tarzi Hanim, an Afghan princess. About 30 years his lesser, she had been brought up in Istanbul and was living in New York. They wedded in 1991. He has no different survivors.

Mr. Osman regularly intrigued questioners with his dry mind and information on patterns in legislative issues, engineering and mainstream society. When Didem Yilmaz, a producer, talked with Mr. Osman for “Looking for the Sultan,” a short narrative film about him, she expected to discover him angry about his life’s direction. Rather, she stated, she saw him as “kind, understanding and insightful.”

At a certain point, she included, he said to her purposely, “In the event that I had an awful life, it would be better for your film.”

Gundogdu & Sungurtekin

They didn’t bolster Ertugrul’s way and as we probably am aware, and after some time blurred ever. They carried on with a calm and unremarkable life, very little is known or expounded on them. There are just verbal records, which were told by individuals through ages. As per that, they endured huge misfortunes during an incredible Mongol attack, and what was left of them, they lived peacefully under the Mongol’s standard.

Dundar Bey

He was a fearless and prestige warrior, a goodhearted and cherishing man, dedicated to his sibling, his clan, and his family. In any case, history reports him as a feeble character and he committed a lot of errors and all throughout his long life. He kicked the bucket matured 92 or 93, by Osman’s hand. He opposed one of Osman’s choice and that was the final irritation that will be tolerated for Osman.

Turgut Alp

He was one of the best and most prestigious warriors in Turkish history, a kindred spirit to Ertugrul and his best devotee and supporter, a brilliant and skilled man. He carried on with abnormally long life, in any event, for our time. He outlasted Erugrul Bey by 35 years, and he was executed in a fight, with his incredible fight hatchet in his grasp matured 125 years of age! After Ertugrul died, Turgut becomes the primary help to Osman, and when Osman set up his Sultanate he remunerated Turgut with the most elevated situation, as a Governor of the new State.

Bamsi Beyrek

He was an unbelievable saint; his life has been portrayed in the book of medieval Ottoman’s orders of that time, titled ”The book of Dede Korkut”. He was a savage warrior, a goodhearted and entertaining 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 Fortress became hopelessly enamored with him and helped him escape. It isn’t known when he kicked the bucket or to what extent he lived; just that he lived genuinely long for that time, and that he was trapped by slyness and killed, deserting a spouse and kids. We may just think about to what extent this character will be kept in this arrangement.

Ibn Arabi

The same number of us know Ibn Arabi is an acclaimed chronologist, spiritualist, logician, artist, sage, he is one of the world’s extraordinary otherworldly educators. Ibn ‘Arabi was conceived in Murcia, Andalusia, in Spain in 1165 and his works had a massive effect all through the Islamic world and Christian world. The widespread thoughts basic his idea are of quick importance today. He was incredible motivation and backing to Ertugrul Bey. He passed on 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.

Saddetin Kopek

As indicated by Ottoman sources Saddetin Kopek is viewed as an eager and fiendishness man, his lone great quality was his dedication to his State. He in the end figured out how to kill Sultan Aleaddin, his subsequent spouse, the Ayyubid Princess, and their two children by harming in 1238. He at that point announced Sultan Aladdin’s third and most seasoned child (from his first marriage), as another Sultan through whom Kopek increased an all-out force. Be that as it may, just a single year later, he was swung from the Palace divider.

Artuk Bey

Known as Ertugrul Bey’s correct hand man in the TV arrangement, yet there is quite a lot more to his story! Artuk Bey (otherwise called “Child of Eksük” or Ibn Eksuk) was a Turkish General of the Great Seljuk Empire in the eleventh century. He was the Seljuk legislative leader of Jerusalem between 1085–1091. Artuk Bey lived in Qüddus up to his demise in 1091.

Artuk Bey was one of the officers of the Great Seljuk Empire armed force during the Battle of Manzikert in 1071. After the fight, he partook in the triumph of Anatolia in the interest of the Seljuk Empire. He caught the Yeşilırmak valley in 1074. He additionally served the ruler by subduing a resistance in 1077.

His next crucial a crusade to catch Amid (present-day Diyarbakır) from the Marwanids. In this crusade he squabbled with the Commander in Chief Fahrüddevlet who would in general make harmony with Marwanids. In an unexpected assault he vanquished fortifications to Marwanids. Notwithstanding, when the Sultan Malik Shah I caught wind of the occasion he associated Artuk Bey with discord.

Artuk Bey left the front line and took care of Tutush I who was Malik Shah’s dissonant more youthful sibling in Syria in 1084. In 1086 he was instrumental in overcoming Süleyman, the ruler of Seljuks of Turkey in a fight among Süleyman and Tutush.

The Beylik of Artukids was named after him, established 11 years after his demise by his children. His valiant children are El Gazi ibn Artuk who fought Baldwin II of Edessa at the Battle of Hab, Syria (1119) yet lost and Soqman ibn Artuk, the partner of the hot-tempered Tugtekin Bey, The Governor of Damascus against the Crusaders in 1104 at the Battle of Harran close Raqqa.

On this fight the Seljuk Army at long last caught Crusader Knights Baldwin Il of Edessa who called himself, King of Tripoli and Jerusalem and Joscelin of Courtenay who called himself Prince of Galilee. Despite the fact that they figured out how to get away from later. Soqman ibn Artuk becomes well known and genuine respect to the late Artuk Bey.

Emir Al-Aziz of Aleppo

Al Aziz Muhammad ibn Gazi (1213 – 1236) was the Ayyubi Emir of Aleppo and the child of az-Zahir Gazi (r) and grandson of the incomparable Salahuddin Al Ayubi (r), the hero of Jerusalem from the Crusaders and Templars. His mom was Dayfa Khatun(r), the little girl of Salahuddin’s sibling al-Adil(r). Al-Aziz was matured only three when his dad az-Zahir Gazi kicked the bucket in 1216 at the age of forty-five. He quickly acquired his dad’s situation as the leader of Aleppo. A rule committee was shaped, which delegated Shihab advertisement Din Tughril(r) as his watchman. Tughril was a Mamluk of az-Zahir Gazi and the powerful leader of Aleppo for the following fifteen years.

Al-Aziz didn’t assume real responsibility for power until the age of seventeen, so, all things considered he held Tughril as his treasurer. All in all, he abstained from getting brought into the mind-boggling debates between various individuals from the Ayyubi line and focused rather on fortifying the protections and framework of Aleppo. Among the development works started by az-Zahir Gazi and finished by al-Aziz Muhammad were the re-stronghold of the bastion, and, inside it, the structure of the castle, the mosque, the munitions stockpile, and the water reservoirs.

Al-Aziz is known to have hitched Fatima Khatun, a little girl of al-Kamil, who clearly shared his enthusiasm for building and dispatched the development of two madrasas in Aleppo.

Al-Aziz kicked the bucket on 26 November 1236 at the period of only twenty-three. His oldest child, a Nasir Yusuf, was just seven years of age, so al-Aziz’s mom Dayfa Khatun accepted the rule. Shockingly, Al-Aziz’s little girl, Ghaziya Khatun, wedded the Seljuk Sultan of Rum, Kaykhusraw II (Giyaseddin Ibn Kayqubad).