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From now on 500 years ago, in 1517, Khilafat Ottoman was started

From now on 500 years ago, in 1517, Khilafat Ottoman was started

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 From now on 500 years ago, in 1517, Khilafat Ottoman was started. Zahir-ud-din Muhammad Babar was very well realized that his army was less than eight times compared to the enemy, so he went on a trick that was not even in Abraham’s Lodhi’s imagination. He touched 700 bulls of vehicles together with leather juices using the war against the Ottoman Turks in the field of Panipat. His guns and gunmen were chasing them behind them. At this time the guns did not get much better but when they started blindfolding, the mine blasting and smuggling waves strengthened the Afghan army. And surrounded by the sudden disaster, whose stomach took place, he escaped.

Ottoman gift:

It was the first battle of Panipat and during this time, ammunition was used for the first time in India. Apart from 50 thousand soldiers, Ibrahim Lodhi had a thousand war elephants, but like soldiers, they never heard of the bombs, therefore, by repeating the history of the elephants, instead of taking part in the war, they continued to flee and overrun the altered Lodhi’s ranks. 12 thousand trained watches of Babar were waiting for that moment, while moving forward, surrounded Lodhi’s army surroundings. And soon afterwards the victory of Babar was completed. Paul K. Davis has described this war as one of the most decisive battles in history in its 100-hundred decisive wars. In addition to the Ottoman warfare, two Turkish Ustad Ali and Mustafa played a key role in this victory. He had given him another great kingdom, the Ottifa Empire of Ottoman Khalifa Selim I, as Babar. One of the world’s greatest empires, the Ottoman Empire of the Ottoman Empire, Usman Ghazi threw in the 13th century. In this era, the Bartnani Empire was taking the last breath and Anatolia was divided into several small states. Usman Ghazi, born in 1254, was a small state of the small state sugut. However, he dreamed one day that turned the history back.

Osman’s dream:

British historian Aroline Franklin writes in his dream of Usman that at one night Usman was sleeping at the house of an elder Sheikh Shaykh Idibali. That he had a dream that a tree is coming down from a chest and shadow the whole world. When he dreamed of Sheikh, he said: ‘Usman, my son, congratulate, God has delivered the royal throne to you and your offspring. This dream used to campaign for Usman Ghazi because he realized that now he has got God’s support. He then shook his flag over the large part of Anatolia by placing Saljuq and Turkmen states, and finally by Byzantines. The same dream later became the main privilege of Ottoman Empire, which ruled for the past 6 centuries, and became the cause of which in the shadow they not only had Anatolia but ruled for the major parts of the three continents for centuries. The successors of Usman Ghazi soon shook his eyes on Europe. In 1326, he conquered Thessaloniki’s second largest city of Greece, while in 2010 he occupied Serbia. But their history of success was the victory of the Byzantine capital Qusṭanṭīniyya (current Istanbul) in 1453. Muslims had been trying to capture this city for the past 700 years, but its geography was something that they failed every time. Qusṭanṭīniyya is surrounded by three Bosphorus, which serves as a city refuge for him. Byzantines chained golden horns with chains, and on the other hand, their 28 war ships were on duty.

On March 22, 1453, Ottoman Sultan Muhammad Al-Fatih took a trick that was not in any way of thinking. They prepared a highway on the floor and poured oil and lime on it and made it very slim. Then he dragged his 80 ships to the other side with the help of livestock on this path, and easily managed to overcome the surprised city’s guards. Muhammad Al-Fatih transferred his capital Qusṭanṭīniyya to himself by addressing the Julius Caesar Rome.

First Ottoman Caliph:

The views of Muhammad Al-Fatih’s grandfather Khalifa Selim I were somewhere else. They defeated Egypt’s Mameluke in 1516 and 1517, occupying the territory of their Empire by occupying the present, Iraq, Syria, Palestine, Jordan, and the hijackers. Alongwith this, Selim I became the most powerful ruler of the Muslim world as well as getting two holy cities of Hajj 500 years ago. According to the general concept, Ottoman Khilafah started from 1517, and Selim I is considered the first caliph, whereas before it was called Ottoman Sultan or King. Selim I is generally considered the first Ottoman caliph.

Maulana Abul Kalam Azad writes in his book ‘Masala-e-Khilafat’: By the time of Sultan Salim Khan, Ottoman sultans are Turks and Imams of all Muslim scholars till today. In those four centuries, even a culprit Khilafat did not compete with them. Hundreds of government claims have risen, but nobody could claim the central Caliphate of Islam. Selim I was one of the most effective combat tactics during the short run in short periods, which was 10 years later Zahir-ud-din Muhammad Babar had tried in Panipet, ie.

The limits of the Ottoman Empire in the 17th century: Hamayun bin Khalifa:

Babar’s successor Hamayoun remembered the blessing of Ottomans. He writes in a letter to Selim I’s son, Salman Alishan: ‘Excellency of Fateh Khilafat, the pillar of great glory, bless the Sultan of Islam based Sultan. Your name is sealed on seal and destination and in your period Khilafah has reached the new heights. Allah Almighty should continue your Caliphate. “Hamayun’s son Akbar did not try to establish any kind of relationship with the Ottoman people, One reason for this is that the Ottoman warrior was in war with constant rulers of Iran and Akbar Sufi did not want to be angry. However his successors had good relations with Ottoman Sultans of Shahjahan and Aurangzeb Alamgir. The gifts and diplomatic delegation between them were common and they considered them as the caliph of all Muslims. Not only mogul but other Indian rulers also considered the Ottomanans as their Caliph, and they considered it necessary to take allegiance after coming into power.

Tipu Sultan, after becoming the ruler of Mysore, sent a special delegation to Qusṭanṭīniyya so that Ottoman ruler Selim III should be able to support his rule. Selim III allowed Tipu Sultan to sue his name and read his name in the Friday sermon. It is a separate matter that they did not accept the military support request by Tipu Sultan to fight against the British, because at that time he himself was a rivalry of the Russians, and during this time he could not take the power of powerful Englishmen.

Salman Alishan’s life-based Mera Sultan was seen inexperienced in Pakistan: Mera Sultan:

The Ottomanans had conquered several territories of Europe in the beginning. During the era of Salman Alishan, the television series Mera Sultan, became very popular in Pakistan, the Empire reached its military, political, economic and cultural heritage. Salman conquered Belgrade and Hungary to spread his borders to Central Europe. However, despite trying twice, Salman Alishan could not win Vienna, Austria. Ottoman siege Vienna twice, but he failed to conquer the city Europe went ahead it was a period of discoveries in Europe, ‘Age of Discovery’Spain, Portugal, Netherlands, and British navy flew around the world.

Discovering the continent of America and occupation, Europe achieved a clear edge over the restless world. And they started setting up their jobs in place.

In the 16th and 17th centuries, in the field of science and technology, Europe left behind the remaining world. One reason was that due to the promotion of the ship industry, innovation needed to invent and improve nets to ship them. This promoted both science and technology. The second thing was a raid, which was discovered in 1439 after a scientific and intellectual revolution in Europe. The sciences and art which was the only elite of the elite and the church now came to the common man’s hand. Columbus’s continent came to America a major turn of Europe’s history, beginning a new era of knowledge and art. If Ottoman also started using the printing press, then perhaps the history of the world would be different today. But the son of Sultan Fatih, Bayazid II, set death penalty for those who raid books in Arabic script in 1483. It was because of the fact that Ulema gave an assault saying the raid box was invented by the angels, that it was against religion to print books in Quran or Arabic script on this fascinating inventory. So Europe moved forward, the Ottoman Empire was shaken for years even though during the first war of the British, the British took away all the area except Anatolia.

The Muslims of India suffered a lot because they considered the Ottoman Caliph as their religious ruler and leader. In 1919 he started the movement of the movement led by Maulana Mohammad Ali and Maulana Shaukat Ali in which the British was threatened if Indian people tried to empower Khalifa Abdul Hameed, then the Indian Muslims would rebel against them. The movement included leaders like Attaullah Shah Bukhari, Hessrat Mohani, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, Zafar Ali Khan, Maulana Mahmud Hussain and Hakim Ajmal Khan.


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