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Who was Osman Gazi


Osman Gazi


The dad of the Ottoman Empire Osman Gazi was brought into the world in 1258 in the town of Sogut. His dad was Ertugrul Gazi and his mom was Hayme Sultan. Osman Gazi was a tall man with a round face, dull appearance, hazel eyes, and thick eyebrows. His shoulders were genuinely huge and the upper piece of his body was longer than different parts. He used to wear a Horasan crown in the style of Cagatay, which was made of red expansive material.


Osman Gazi was a splendid pioneer. He was reasonable, valiant and charitable. He helped poor people. Once in a while he gave his own materials to poor people. Each late morning, he gave a rich supper to all individuals in his home.


Osman Gazi was only 23 when he succeeded the authority of the Kayi Clan in Sogut, in 1281. He was a splendid rider and a fencer. He wedded to Mal Sultana who was the little girl of well known Omer bey. Mal Sultan brought forth Orhan who succeeded the seat.


Osman Gazi liked the assessments of Edebali (the popular Ahi Sheik) and he regarded him. He regularly went to Edebali's home where a dervish bunch meets in Eskisehir Sultanonu and been his visitor.


One evening, when he was a visitor in Sheik Edebali's dergah, he had a fantasy. As the sun sparkled, he went to Edebali and advised him: "My Sheik, I saw you in my fantasy. A moon showed up in your bosom. It rose, rose and afterward slid into my bosom. From my novel there sprang a tree. It grew up and became green. It spread out and got confounded. The shadow of its branches covered the entire world. Dream's meaning could be a little more obvious.


After a little quiet, Seyh advised him:


I have uplifting news Osman! God gave you power and to your child. All the world will be under the insurance of your child and my girl will be the spouse to you."


After this uncommon occasion, the Sheik gave his little girl Bala Sultana to Osman and Alaeddin was brought into the world from this marriage.Upon his triumph of the stronghold of Bilecik, Alaeddin Keykubat, who is the leader of the Seljuks of Rum, sent him "a horsetail, a norm and a drum" as the symbol of sway in 699 A.H. (1299 A.D.). Immediately, he printed coins and had the Friday petitions discussed in his name alone. His excellent vizier was his more youthful child, Alaeddin Pasha. Osman was the first to Ievy an assessment of one "akçe". Osman Gazi was surnamed "Dark", which as indicated by an old Turcoman custom connotes fearless and courageous. As we gain from the Oðuzname, a similar appellation was given to Kara Yusuf, the leader of Karakoyunlus, and to Kara Yülük Osman Bey, the Sultan of the Akkoyunlus.


The originator of Ottoman realm ascended from Anatolia and ruled for a very long time, more than three landmasses Osman Gazi, passed on of gout, in Bursa in 1326. At the point when he kicked the bucket, he left a pony reinforcement, a couple of high boots, a couple of sun jacks, a blade, a spear, a tirkes, a couple of ponies, three crowds of sheep, salt and spoon holders.


His Wifes : Mal Hatun , Rabi'a Bala Hatun


His Sons : Pazarli, Coban, Hamit, Orhan, Ala-ed-racket, Ali, Melik, Savci


His Daughters : Fatma Sultan.

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