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Ertugrul Ghazi Season 1 Episode 39 Urdu Dubbed

Ertugrul Ghazi Episode 39 Urdu Dubbed Osman I’s father, Erturul (Ottoman Turkish: Ertugrul, Erorl; frequently referred to as Gazi), was the founder of the Ottoman Empire and died around 1280. Nothing is known for sure about his life or actions, yet coins issued by Osman I that indicate Ertugrul as the name of his father serve as evidence of his historicity. He was the son of Suleiman Shah, the head of the Kay clan of Oghuz Turks, who fled from eastern Iran to Anatolia to avoid the Mongol Conquests, in accordance with Ottoman legendary tradition. The story goes that once his father passed away, Erturul and his supporters joined the Seljuks of Rum, and as a result, he was given control of the border town of Söüt.

Ertugrul Ghazi Episode 39 Urdu Dubbed

Erturul was the leader of the Kay tribe of Oghuz Turks, according to Ottoman tradition, as a result of his support for the Seljuks in their fight against the Byzantines. Ala ad-Din Kay Qubadh I, the Seljuk Sultan of Rûm, gave Erturul lands in Karaca Da, a mountainous region close to Angora (now Ankara). According to one legend, the Seljuk king gave Erturul the land so that he could defend it from any Byzantine or other hostile incursions. Later, he was given Sögüt hamlet, which he later captured together with the nearby territory. Under his son Osman I, that village—where he later passed away—became the Ottoman capital. Two other sons, Saru Batu Savc Bey and Gündüz Bey, were born to Erturul.

Ertugrul Ghazi Season 1 Episode 39 Urdu Dubbed

The Ottoman Navy frigate Erturul was given his name in the 19th century. He is also commemorated at the Erturul Gazi Mosque in Asgabat, Turkmenistan. The character of Erturul is performed by Turkish actor Engin Altan Düzyatan in the television series Diriliş: Erturul.
The premiere of Erturul Turkey’s new television series “Resurrection: Erturul” (“Diriliş Erturul” in Turkish), which aired on the channel TRT on Wednesday night, topped television ratings.

According to the ratings data of the AB group, which represents educated and well-off Turks, the series was the most watched programme on Wednesday. The series received high appreciation from social media users for accurately portraying Ottoman history, and the hashtag #Diriliş (Resurrection) quickly rose to the top of the trending Twitter list.
The life of Erturul, the father of Osman I, the founder of the Ottoman Empire, serves as the series’ central theme. The Oghuz Turk Erturul was the head of the Kay clan. He started a series of events that finally resulted in the establishment of the Ottoman Empire when he travelled from Merv (Turkmenistan) to Anatolia with his 400 horsemen to aid the Seljuks of Rum against the Byzantines.

Ertugrul Ghazi Episode 39 Urdu Dubbed

The first episode caused a stir on Turkish social media, with some users comparing it to the American “Game of Thrones” series. A different TV show, “The Magnificent Century,” which portrayed Suleiman the Magnificent’s reign during the Ottoman Empire, also enjoyed tremendous success in Turkey and other countries. The show was broadcast in more than 45 countries and attracted nearly a third of prime time viewers. Turkish viewers’ interest in historical dramas about Ottoman sultans and their era suggests that there is a strong desire to learn about Ottoman history and form a connection with their ancestors.

In fact, historical plays shows in general give viewers a chance to learn about their history through both audio and visual means. As an example, “Muhteşem Yüzyl” (the Magnificent Century) received flak when it was shown on a Turkish private TV channel, yet the show’s four seasons were wildly popular. They were also able to learn more about the political, military, and theological advancements that occurred during the height of the Ottoman Empire. It even engendered pity for historical individuals from that era. The dominant visual effects were the time period, dress, way of life, and social structure. “Diriliş: Erturul” (Resurrection: Erturul) has garnered the same amount of interest as “The Magnificent Century” even with its first episode.

Ertugrul Ghazi Season 1 Episode 39 Urdu Dubbed

Although the idea of Ottoman language instruction being required in high schools was a non-issue until recently, the steadily growing popularity of historical TV shows merits cautious consideration. These TV programmes are used by those who want to feel a connection to history. Remember that language is the most effective means of intercultural communication. Those who cannot read Ottoman manuscripts attempt to connect with their past through television programmes that depict graphic historical accounts. Utilising primary sources and texts when studying history would have a greater impact. A generation with enough Ottoman language proficiency can address the historical knowledge gap while forging a positive and close bond with the past.

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