Dirilis Ertugrul | Season 1 – Episode 1
Turkish series drama ”Dirilis Ertugrul” is about a different story of the Ottoman Empire. Turkish Searis, Urdu, Bengali Subtitled Enjoy this series absolutely free, Jaooa Play, entertainment is ALWAYS ON here.
Artugrul Gazi was the father of Osman I, the founder of the Ottoman Empire. It is said that he founded the Ottoman Empire.
Hence he is still remembered with deep respect in the Muslim world. Artugrul Anumanik (1191-1198) was born in the city of Ahlat sometime around AD. Father-Suleiman Shah, Mother-Hayma Hatun.
Historians identify Artugrul Gazi by seeing his name on coins of the time of Osman I. Apart from this information, no reliable information about him has been found in history.
The title Ghazi at the end of his name was given to Muslim warriors who fought for Islam and returned victorious.
Artugrul Gazi was the leader of the Kayi tribe. The Kayi are a nomadic tribe of Aghuz Turkic origin. The chief of their tribe was named Sulaiman Shah.
The people of this tribe were devout Muslims. Due to the leadership of Sulaiman Shah, the people who stayed there besides his tribe came under his leadership.
Genghis Khan’s banditry forced everyone to rely on themselves for their own safety.
Sulaiman Shah increased strength for the safety of his people and kept a watchful eye to ensure that they did not suffer any harm.
On the other hand, due to the fall of the Khawarism empire, Sulaiman Shah was able to collect a large number of warriors and a large amount of war materials in a very short period of time.
Genghis Khan sent a large army to attack Seljuk society in 621 Hijri (1224 AD). In the course of time, the Seljuk Empire was on the decline.
At that time, Sultan Alauddin Qaikobad Seljuki was on the throne in Konya, the capital of the Seljuk Empire.
It was at this time that news reached Sulaiman Shah that the Mongols had attacked Alauddin Kaykobad. He was shocked by this news. He had considerable sympathy for the Muslim Sultan.
So he asked his tribe to leave to help Sultan Kaykobad.
At this time an unprecedented event happened. When the Seljuks and the Mongols were fighting, Sulaiman Shah’s son Artugrul Ghazi arrived there.
Artugrul does not know who the parties are. So he decided that he would fight for the weaker side. The Mongol army was fierce and ferocious.
They easily cornered the Seljuk forces. Fortunately, this decision also worked out for him. Taking 444 warriors with him, he fell into battle on the side of the Seljuks.
In the end, the Mongols could not survive their bravery.
Sultan Kaykobad was elated by such an incredible success in a losing battle and expressed his feelings by embracing Artugrul Gazi.
Just then Sulaiman Shah came there with his army. Both of them were rewarded by Sultan Alauddin Kaykobad.
He was pleased to assign the site of Karaka Dag in Angora (present-day Ankara) to the Kayi tribe and appointed Sulaiman Khan as the commander-in-chief of his forces.
Here Alauddin Saljuki’s shrewdness and foresight must be recognized as he fixed Artugrul as the greatest area of the empire.
The Kanya Empire was initially quite large. But under the pressure of the Romans and the Mongols, Konya was about to be completely destroyed
As the area dwindled, it took on the shape of a mini-state whose existence could cease to exist at any moment.
Caraca daga was located right on the Roman border. In 1251 Artugrul conquered the Nicean city of Thebasion. It was renamed Sagut and became its temporary capital.
As a reward for his meritorious work, Sultan Alauddin Saljuqi ceded some more territory to Artugrul.
Later in 1299, his son Osman I established here as the capital of the Ottoman Empire. As Artugrul grew stronger, the threat of an attack from the Romans disappeared.
A few days later, father Sulaiman Shah drowned while crossing the Euphrates.
According to Ottoman tradition, the deserving son of the father succeeded him as the head of the tribe. According to that tradition, in 1230, after Sulaiman Shah, the father of Artugrul, he was made the leader of the tribe.
Meanwhile Artugrul was ruling his own territory and was constantly expanding the extent of his kingdom. Thus a considerable kingdom of Artugrul was established.
Meanwhile, continuous Mongol invasions kept the Seljuk Sultans distracted and finally in 641 AH the Mongols turned Kanya into a tributary state. Of course, nothing happened.
Because he was beyond the reach of the Mongols. The Mongols did not turn their noses at these small kingdoms in Asia Minor and let them remain as they were.
634 Hijri (1236-37 AD) When Alauddin Kaykobad died, his son Ghiyasuddin Kayakhsru ascended the throne of Konya.
Artugrul was married to Halima Khatun, daughter of Shahzada Noman of the Seljuk Empire. In 657 Hijri, Artugrul had a son named Usman Khan.
Turkish kings are called Ottoman Sultans or Ottoman Sultans after him. Artugrul Gazi died in 1287. Usman Khan was thirty years old at that time.
Then Seljuk Sultan, Artgrul was succeeded by Usman Khan.
His visionary and heroic life has a significant role as the future builder of the Ottoman Empire. Hence he is termed as the future builder of this empire.