Kurulus Osman Episode 107 Summary
In Kurulus Osman Episode 107 in Urdu subtitles, The people of Fener were a closed class in itself, among which were translators, chief translators, diplomatic representatives, spies, bishops, metropolitans, patriarchs, notables of the Istanbul Patriarchate, clergy, and finally the princes of Wallachia and Moldavia.
It was the people of Fener who ruled all the Christian elements of the Ottoman Empire, the Greek, Slavic and Romanian provinces, not the people whose names are no longer known and who rose because of any talent and knowledge or the services they rendered for many years.
Kurulus Osman Episode 107 in Urdu
In Kurulus Osman Episode 107 in Urdu subtitles, They did not harbor outsiders who came between them, and when men like Alexander Ypsilanti (Hipsilantes) or Kostaki Muruzis attained the highest positions Christians could reach, they had to first marry the descendants of Mavrokordato.
Against this Greek “aristocracy”, based on the services they showed in their offices or the services of their ancestors, there was a Muslim aristocracy, which obtained its privileges thanks to the services they rendered. According to the agreements made with the western countries, a person who wanted to change his religion had to declare his intention before the ambassador of that country, so converts were not seen much anymore.
The converts were now worthless and unskilled adventurers. While the procession of a convert was majestically passing through the streets of Istanbul, the impostor, who changed his religion to seek his luck, was only being laughed at. Slaves could no longer escape heavy duty by changing their religion.
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Prisoners of war were not allowed to convert to Islam, raising the suspicion that they had denied Christianity simply out of fear: “They would have remained as they were anyway. So a pig”.
Kurulus Osman Episode 107 in English
In Kurulus Osman Episode 107 in Urdu subtitles, Nevertheless, at the end of the 17th century, the state seals were handed over to grand viziers of Georgian, Circassian, and Kazakh descent. The sea captain of 1704 was the devshirme son of a butcher in Marseille. However, the titles of lords were no longer plain, as they were in the old state dignitaries, who took their place in history with labels denoting their humble occupations.
No Istanbul “aristocrat” was no longer referred to as Baltacı in accordance with his former profession, or as Köprülü, Macaroğlu, or Moldavian depending on where he came from, and they were different from the Turks, who were mentioned with such suffixes next to their names, who were at least as noble as they and who bore the same name.
In general, rhetorical, poetic, or symbolic names such as Said, Semiz, and Ladies were used, suitable for the taste of the period and the cultural qualities of these high-ranking people. Some scholars were proud of their genealogy, which they determined down to the last detail.
History of families belonging to this new aristocracy
In Kurulus Osman Episode 107 in Urdu subtitles, The history of families belonging to this new aristocracy was also sometimes used for political purposes. Some were trying to gain prestige by mentioning their ancestors’ names in their signatures.
These people, who were peace-loving because of preserving the art of peace with patience and sacrifices, were trying to revive some names that reminded them of the heroism of the times of conquest.
The Bosnian-born Köprülüzade Numan Pasha
In Kurulus Osman Episode 107 in Urdu subtitles, The Bosnian-born Köprülüzade Numan Pasha, beloved enough to become a popular hero, has only ever been defeated and ruled by the Bosnian Province – he previously ruled Crete – where he always had a strong army ready to march against the hated Germans and the threatened Empire made him his last hope.
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In Kurulus Osman Episode 107 in Urdu subtitles, He was loved so much, not because he saw himself as a person, but especially because he was a Köprülü. “The Köprülü family,” writes one envoy, “claims that the office of grand vizier is to be inherited and that other grand viziers should be seen only as occupiers in possession of the office”.