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Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles Review

Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles Review

Kurulus Osman Episode 106 Summary

In Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles, Dalmatian Dadich, who stayed in Istanbul for a long time, was the first Easterner to notice this important change in the social life of the Turks. “Turkish elders, especially those who know law,” he writes, “began to enjoy studying the sciences for some time, and they became interested in these subjects.” 

At the same time, there was a change that would enable the people of Istanbul to “reap the fruits of their labor in peace”, who had previously opposed the soldiers who disturbed the peace and helped to resolve the conflicts between the janissaries and the sipahis. New crafts developed alongside the old ones, preventing money from flowing into Europe. 

Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu 

In Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles, The idlers, who were always inclined to revolt, soon became peaceful and hardworking people who kept the peace both at home and along the borders. In the huge capital with 485 mosques, 4495 masjids and 515 madrasas, a true piety prevailed, which had nothing in common with the hypocrisy of the converts and the arrogant worldview that emerged during the reign of Köprülü Mehmed Pasha.

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In this context, Marsigli mentions silk and brocade factories in Chios and a paper factory in Istanbul. Although Rami only existed for four years with workers from Thessaloniki and Moldavia, he established a large fabric factory in Istanbul

In Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles, The decrease in the number of slaves coming from Kefe and Mingrelia, as long as a large number of Tatars do not use them for their own household and field work, the easing of the heavy measures that the state used against fugitives – which Köprülüzade Ahmed Pasha said “it is quite natural that the bird wants to escape from the cage” – and in 1690 The growing need of the navy, which needed 4,000 oarsmen, contributed to the increase of employment everywhere and the strengthening of the middle post in every corner of the empire. 

Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in English

The luxurious life in the reign of Sultan Ibrahim was over, but beautiful structures with artistic arabesques and finely embroidered glass, beautiful mansions, colorful gardens began to adorn Turkish cities. 

In Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles, Magni speaks highly of Mehmed Ağa’s mansion in İzmir. In coffeehouses, besides the daily gossip, state issues were also talked about. From the world of scholars, which kept the Arabs’ theological knowledge and Iranians’ poetry alive, the new ruling class emerged as the Kalemiyye class, which lived and ruled with their writings in their offices. 

Masters” class. Sultan III. Ahmed’s son-in-law

This class was often referred to as the “Masters” class. Sultan III. Ahmed’s son-in-law and Ali Pasha, who was known as a philosopher and a literate person, also belonged to this class. Amcazade Hüseyin Pasha founded a madrasah with 250 students.

In Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles, Just as the ulema class is no longer considered to belong to the clergy, but to the scholars class, the reputation of their church has completely collapsed (6 patriarchs who were dismissed in Istanbul lived), and the Greeks, who had only a few representatives in the trade, which was almost entirely in the hands of the Franks, also showed their cunning and the mixing of their culture with the Eastern culture and Thanks to their mastery of Latin, Italian and French languages, they lost the privileges of most foreign businesses to manage the world of politics and Ottoman diplomacy in their own interests. 

They began their careers as translators

They began their careers as translators (language boy/Jeunes de langues/Sprach Knaben), knew the colorful community of Christian representatives and their Levantine agents and spies, and were members of the new bureaucracy as Christian clerks. 

In Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles, For example, Grigore Gika, who was the son of the elder Mavrokordato’s sister, was a Romanian Albanian, but their names indicated that they were Greek. They did not dream of a national future like Lukaris once did, and they were not concerned with anything connected with their people as a nation. 

In Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles, At the end of their careers, they established colleges in Bucharest and Iasi, where they ruled respectively, and supported Hellenistic studies. In their eyes, these schools were as important as the Westerners’ emphasis on the Jesuit Latin schools. 

Mavrokordato’s sons Johann and Constantine

In Romanian principalities, just like Mavrokordato’s sons Johann and Constantine, for the people they ruled as long as they left the throne within three years, in accordance with the philosophical trend of the time that emerged in Istanbul, whether in Paris or later in Berlin, they felt nothing but the “loving people” that is expected of every learned and noble-minded mature prince. 

Because they lived in Fener Neighborhood, which reminds of the glory and sometimes its tragic past with its outdated and dark palaces, they were generally called Fener people and they had the right to bear the name because they were called Fener residents just as the people living in Pera are called Pera people. 

live for many years

In Kurulus Osman Episode 106 in Urdu subtitles, They were, and they felt themselves to be officials of an empire so powerful that no defeat, misfortune, and catastrophe sent by God, angered by the sins of men, could shake its foundations. Their own well-being and lives are in the hands of the sultans’ state, whom they wish to “live for many years”.

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