Who Was 1st Ottoman Empire / Sultan Osman?

Osman Ghazi who was the youngest son of Ertugrul Ghazi and he established the Ottoman Empire and he was born in Sogut in 1258 and buried in Warsa in 1326. The name was Alauddin and there was a daughter and her name was Fatimah and Usman was also the leader of the Kai tribe who fought wars with great effort and after that he earned his name and fame and he took the banner of his father and Carried the flag around a lot and earned a lot of fame.

Osman Ghazi was very brave and a leader warrior so he established a huge empire which lasted for 623 years and after that his son and Orhan Ghazi ruled this state. took over and became the first water of the Ottoman Empire. Apart from this, Osman Ghazi conquered many villages including Karajizahar Close Isar and also Yenish Har and the first capital of Osman Ghazi was named Shahr and Osman Ghazi also named Osman Ghazi.

Osman Ghazi’s greatest task was to find out the past but he could not find out the past in his life but immediately after his death his son, his eldest son Orhan, performed this duty and conquered the years. And hoisted the flag of cows over it and buried Osman Ghazi there so that he could sleep peacefully.

Osman, I had a close relationship with a local religious leader of dervishes named Sheikh Edebali, whose daughter he married. A story emerged among later Ottoman writers to explain the relationship between the two men, in which Osman had a dream while staying in the Sheikh’s house.[19] The story appears in the late fifteenth-century chronicle of Aşıkpaşazade as follows.

Osman’s Uç Bey were established facing three fronts. One towards the Byzantine stronghold of Nicomedia, one towards Nicaea, and last facing the Black Sea. Relying on the cavalry-centric military tactics of his Central Asian ancestors, Osman’s forces began their conquests by capturing small settlements in the countryside, furthering their foothold in Bithynia. Among these settlements were Eskişehir and Yenişehir, with the latter becoming the first formal capital.

During this time, Osman turned his attention north towards one of the biggest prizes of the region, the city of Nicaea. The city of Nicaea (modern-day İznik) fortified with a city wall, and protected by a large garrison was an important Byzantine administrative center and one of the few cities that had not been occupied by crusader forces during the Fourth Crusade launched by Pope Innocent III in 1198 CE. A century later in 1299 CE Osman’s forces laid siege to the city. However, Nicaea would prove to be too formidable of a target as the siege ended in defeat two years later.

Although Osman was ultimately unsuccessful in his bid to take Nicaea, c. 1302 CE his exploits caught the attention of the Byzantine emperor Andronicus II Palaeologus. In an attempt to court the Ilkhanids to take action against Osman, Palaeologus offered a political marriage with a Byzantine princess to their khan. The khan died before being able to keep his promise, so Palaeologus hired Catalan mercenaries in their stead. They would ultimately defect, leaving the emperor to seek the aid of the Kingdom of Serbia.

He saw that a moon arose from the holy man’s breast and came to sink in his own breast. A tree then sprouted from his navel and its shade compassed the world. Beneath this shade there were mountains, and streams flowed forth from the foot of each mountain. Some people drank from these running waters, others watered gardens, while yet others caused fountains to flow. When Osman awoke he told the story to the holy man, who said ‘Osman, my son, congratulations, for God has given the imperial office to you and your descendants and my daughter Malhun shall be your wife.

And as you people know that there was an attempt to poison Osman Ghazi in Brijing fort, but Osman Ghazi very bravely defeated the attack and killed the governor there and conquered this fort. And he hoisted the flag of many people on him and immediately after that he gave his two sons, so here it is shown that Osman Ghazi was very brave and was a brave leader and a powerful ruler. It lasted for 633 years and was a very strong kingdom.

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