Who knew that one TV show could enlighten us in so many ways! As the Muslim world is sucked into the hysteria of Ertugrul and similar Ottoman dramas, its crucial that we uncover what is historical fact, and what is purely for entertainment purposes, if we want to truly benefit from the history of the Ottoman period. I too, love watching Ertugrul and similar shows like ‘The Magnificent Century’ and ‘Yunus Emre’ which teach so many great life lessons, not to mention incorporate Quranic stories and Hadith. But at the same time instead of creating fictional heroes, lets celebrate the truth in the history and appreciate our heroes for what they ACTUALLY did.
I have collated information from various Turkish sources and posts on social media (with references) from emerging information about the many valiant characters that we have grown to love from this TV series. This is not a complete account of their lives, but I have included the information that is historically proven. InshaAllah as more translations come to light we can piece together more about their lives. Enjoy!
Ertugrul is the father of Osman. With the small part of Kayi tribe, Ertugurl with only 400 tents, went on the challenging path toward the West and made foundation for one of the greatest empires. After Sultan Aleaddin was poisoned by Sadettin Kopek, he revolted against Kopek’s government, and proclaimed his own State, the City of Sogut its capitol.
His love and respect for his wife was widely known. He had four sons with Halime Sultan, and he died at 90 years old. The last ten years of his life were spent quietly in his tribe, when due to the old age, he transferred all his responsibilities to his youngest son Osman. A historical proof of his life are the coins minted by Osman which identify Ertuğrul as the name of his father, but beyond this not much is known about him apart from folktales.
There is information and historical facts about him that are kept in Turkish archives, within Ibn Arabi’s chronologies, in Western archives about Templars, in Byzantine’s chronologies and in legends – but this information only amounts to around 7 pages of sources according to the actor Engin Altan Duzyatan, who gave life to this great character. Despite this Engin considers it a great privilege to play Ertugrul as he was the first person in Turkish history to move away from the nomadic lifestyle and look to establish a state that went onto last 600 years.
We do know he was buried in Sogut in 1280. Around his tomb are graves of Halime Sultan, Hayme Mother, his sons, Gunduz, Savci Bey, Saru Batu and Osman, his brother Dundar, Turgut Alp, Samsa Alp, Abdurahman, and many others of his Alps, who reached Sogut with Ertugrul Bey. The ones that were not buried there, died along the way.
Osman is known as the father of the Ottoman Empire as from his Beylik (principality) the expansion of the Ottoman territory began. In the history books you will often see Ottoman rule referred to as the Osmanli dynasty. Osman came very late to his parents. He was born late in Ertugrul and Halime’s life. When Osman was born, (1258), Ertugrul was around 67 years old, and as Halime was older too, when normally women cannot have children anymore, he was considered as a Miracle sent by God. Historians consider a black hole in Ottoman history during Osman’s life as what is written about him was uncovered 100 years after he died.
Gundogdu & Sungurtekin
They did not support Ertugrul’s path and as we know, and over time faded in history. They lived a quiet and unremarkable life, not much is known or written about them. There are only verbal accounts, which were told by people through generations. According to that, they suffered big losses during a great Mongol invasion, and what was left of them, they lived subserviently under the Mongol’s rule.
He was a brave and renown warrior, a goodhearted and loving man, devoted to his brother, his tribe, and his family. But history documents him as a weak personality and he made a lot of mistakes and throughout his long life. He died aged 92 or 93, by Osman’s hand. He rebelled against one of Osman’s decision and that was the last straw for Osman.
He was one of the greatest and most renown warriors in Turkish history, a blood-brother to Ertugrul and his best follower and supporter, a very smart and capable man.He lived an unusually long life, even for our time. He outlived Erugrul Bey by 35 years, and he was killed in a battle, with his legendary battle-axe in his hand aged 125 years old! After Ertugrul passed away, Turgut become the main support to Osman, and when Osman established his Sultanate he rewarded Turgut with the highest position, as a Governor of the new State.
He was a legendary hero; his life has been described in the book of medieval Ottoman’s chronologies of that time, titled ‘’The book of Dede Korkut” . He was a fierce warrior, goodhearted and very funny man. His love life was legendary, since his heart was divided between two loves. He spent 16 years in a dungeon in Byzantine, and the Princess, who lived in that Fortress fell in love with him and helped him escape. It is not known when he died or how long he lived; only that he lived fairly long for that time, and that he was ambushed by trickery and killed, leaving behind a wife and children. We may only guess how long this character will be kept in this series.
As many of us know Ibn Arabi is a famous chronologist, mystic, philosopher, poet, sage, he is one of the world’s great spiritual teachers. Ibn ‘Arabi was born in Murcia, Andalusia, in Spain in 1165 and his writings had an immense impact throughout the Islamic world and Christian world. The universal ideas underlying his thought are of immediate relevance today. He was great inspiration and support to Ertugrul Bey. He died 1240 aged 75.
After his death, Ertugrul Bey continued to draw support from Ibn Arabi, through his numerous writings, books, diaries, teachings and his other spiritual works, and through his followers.
She was a Seljuk Princess, very dedicated to her husband and his greatest supporter. She gave up her title and her Palace’s life due to her love and dedication to Ertugrul Bey. Through her marriage to Ertugrul Bey, Seljuk Turks and Oguz Turks, two greatest Turkish branches were irrevocably united by blood ties.
She lived a long life and she came with them all the way to Sogut. She was a smart, caring and brave woman, who acted as the Bey of her tribe, after Suleyman Shah had died. She was widely much respected and she was called ‘’the Mother of the people’’. It is not clear whether she gave birth to Gundogdu, she certainly brought him up. According to one line of sources, Gundogdu was her own son. But, since Suleyman Shah had lost his first wife, before marring Hayme, there are some who believe that Gundogdu was born by that young woman.
He was a greatly respected figure of that time, he had 4 sons with Hayme Mother. He died by drowning in River Euphrates, and the spot near Aleppo, where he was buried in a sacred place for Turks which is now in modern day Syria, and that territory still belongs to Turkey, it is guarded by Turkey’s military guards and you need a passport to get in there, to see the mausoleum of Suleyman Shah. Although due to the emergence of ISIS and the recent ruin of shrines and tombs from extremists, the remains were temporarily removed last year due to the situation around Aleppo, and brought to Turkey to preserve.
According to Ottoman sources Saddetin Kopek is considered an ambitious and evil man, his only good quality was his devotion to his State. He eventually managed to kill Sultan Aleaddin, his second wife, the Ayyubid Princess and their two sons by poisoning in 1238. He then proclaimed Sultan Aleaddin’s third and oldest son (from his first marriage), as a new Sultan through whom Kopek gained a total power. However, only one year later, he was hanged from the Palace wall.
Known as Ertugrul Bey’s right hand man in the TV series, but there is so much more to his story! Artuk Bey (also known as “Son of Eksük” or Ibn Eksuk) was a Turkish General of the Great Seljuk Empire in the 11th century. He was the Seljuk governor of Jerusalem between 1085–1091. Artuk Bey lived in Qüddus up to his death in 1091.
Artuk Bey was one of the commanders of the Great Seljuk Empire army during the Battle of Manzikert in 1071. After the battle, he took part in the conquest of Anatolia on behalf of the Seljuk Empire. He captured the Yeşilırmak valley in 1074. He also served the sultan by quashing a rebellion in 1077.
His next mission was a campaign to capture Amid (modern Diyarbakır) from the Marwanids. In this campaign he quarrelled with the Commander in Chief Fahrüddevlet who tended to make peace with Marwanids. In a surprise attack he defeated reinforcements to Marwanids. However, when the Sultan Malik Shah I heard about the event he suspected Artuk Bey of dissension.
Artuk Bey left the battle field and attended to Tutush I who was Malik Shah’s discordant younger brother in Syria in 1084. In 1086 he was instrumental in defeating Süleyman, the sultan of Seljuks of Turkey in a battle between Süleyman and Tutush.
The Beylik of Artukids was named after him, founded 11 years after his death by his sons. His valiant sons are El Gazi ibn Artuk who battled Baldwin II of Edessa at the Battle of Hab, Syria (1119) but lost and Soqman ibn Artuk, the ally of the hot tempered Tugtekin Bey, The Governor of Damascus against the Crusaders in 1104 at the Battle of Harran near Raqqa.
On this battle the Seljuk Army finally captured Crusader Knights Baldwin Il of Edessa who called himself, King of Tripoli and Jerusalem and Joscelin of Courtenay who called himself Prince of Galilee. Although, they managed to escape later. Soqman ibn Artuk become famous and a true honour to the late Artuk Bey.
Emir Al-Aziz of Aleppo
Al Aziz Muhammad ibn Gazi (1213 – 1236) was the Ayyubi Emir of Aleppo and the son of az-Zahir Gazi (r) and grandson of the great Salahuddin Al Ayubi (r), the liberator of Jerusalem from the Crusaders and https://www.islamichistoryproject.com/single-men-in-italy/. His mother was Dayfa Khatun(r), the daughter of Salahuddin’s brother al-Adil(r). Al-Aziz was aged just three when his father az-Zahir Gazi died in 1216 at the age of forty-five. He immediately inherited his father’s position as ruler of Aleppo. A regency council was formed, which appointed Shihab ad-Din Tughril(r) as his guardian. Tughril was a Mamluk of az-Zahir Gazi and the effective ruler of Aleppo for the next fifteen years.
Al-Aziz did not take actual control of power until the age of seventeen, at which point he retained Tughril as his treasurer. In general, he avoided becoming drawn into the complex disputes between different members of the Ayyubi dynasty, and concentrated instead on strengthening the defenses and infrastructure of Aleppo. Among the construction works begun by az-Zahir Gazi and completed by al-Aziz Muhammad were the re-fortification of the citadel, and, within it, the building of the palace, the mosque, the arsenal and the water cisterns.
Al-Aziz is known to have married Fatima Khatun, daughter of al-Kamil, who apparently shared his passion for building and commissioned the construction of two madrasas in Aleppo.
Al-Aziz died on 26 November 1236 at the age of just twenty-three. His eldest son, an-Nasir Yusuf, was only seven years old, so al-Aziz’s mother Dayfa Khatun assumed the regency. Surprisingly, Al-Aziz’s daughter, Ghaziya Khatun, married the Seljuk Sultan of Rum, Kaykhusraw II (Giyaseddin Ibn Kayqubad).
“İslâm Ansiklopedisi Online (in Turkish)” PDF “TDV Encyclopedia of Islam” Archived 2014-11-10 Retrieved 25 March 2015^
Yüce- Sevim p.164^
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Humphreys,R. S. From Saladin to the Mongols: The Ayyubids of Damascus 1193-1260, SUNY Press 1977
449 thoughts on “The Real History of Ertugrul”
Very informative. I have not been into this Ertugrul craze but after reading this I long to watch it!
Do watch it..its well presented..the actors are good and you will eventually not miss an episode
You are right about that. Its surely addictive!! Love Artagul and his great warriors.
I’ve watched the series 3 times (1-5 seasons). I really love the movie and have a great admiration with main those mast there. I hope another seasons be coming.
Been watching the series and it is brilliant and very well made and the lovely history .
The movie Ressurection was fabulous. I being born Christian had limited knowledge of the Islamic religion. This movie gave me a great in site of the goodness and understanding of Islam and the peoples hardships of that time. The only derogatory thing I can say about this movie was the actors horsemanship and the pulling down of horses for a war sein was cruel and I am sure some horses were definitely hurt during the filming of this movie. Horses were in awesome shape and groomed beautifully. The actors were over the top! The absolute best! I fell in love with this whole movie and could not stop watching… The dialog was to die for. My question is “ Is that the way the common folk spoke or was that for the educated? The dialog was so beautiful. Never heard anything like it. M. B. The man who wrote it is to be commended. Bless their hearts to the people of Resurrection!!!!!!!! Brilliant is a great word for this movie Resurrection. Fell in love with the characters of this movie and their acting abilities. It’s the B E S T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
What an amazing story!
It is brilliant. I’ve watched 130 episodes so far; a few each day. It’s great.
It’s excellent piece of information. I watched 179 episodes on Netflix. Amazing. I enjoyed the play and the historical touch of it. Motivated and every episode gave me living experience with the tribe. Leaent many things.
I have to wit to see the episodes
Cant wait to see otman series start from 20th November
Please where can I watch that
You can watch Ertugrul on Netflix
You can also watch on :
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u can watch on application that is available on play store. app name- ERTUGRAL GAZI
I really love this hero and history of the turks im watching the movie its something that inspire how great these heros wer and stood and followed the truth what greed leads u to no matter what culture or religion it is .. ertugrul was a legend and a true hero and his family suffered alot he deserves a standing evation im in love with the all theses guys playing the characters of ertugrul turget alp ibn arabi mother hayme sulaymen shah halime sultan bamsi dogan humza abdul rahman
This account is so superficial and wrong in several ways. The most obvious error is that the türbe of Osman Ghazi is not at all in Sogut, but in Bursa, together with that of his son Orhan. Ertugrul did not rebel against the Seljuk state, but was a vasall up to the end of the Seljuks. There is no evidence that Shaykh Ibn Al-Arabi ever met Ertugrul. One would really wish that Muslims went beyond social media to learn about their own history, and would invest in serious studies in order to build a great future for the umma, rather than being content with praising an idealized and incorrect historical Infotainment
Okay Calm down, it’s a good series and there is no doubt about that 😏
Couldn’t agree more ! We cannot all be Scholars nor Theologians can we :):):)
I loved it and am doing my own reference. This is life we always will have those who will agree, contradict, or get into conflict ….
I agree with Sonia Its did a good job of what the TURKS should believe and behave. The idealized version is a great story. Who cares? I can’t stop watching it for the second time. I skim through the fighting (GREAT showmanship ) and the crying and sometimes the Imman. I find it fascinating and actually sad that the concept of revenge and honor is dearer to the Moslems than their lives. It’s still that way. God help anyone that wns against a Moslem . He has to watch his back for generations or even hundreds of years.
I love Artuk bey the most.
Beylar, if you want read history of Kayi tribe Go there https://www.pakkibaat.tk/2020/05/history-of-kayi-tribe-in-resurrection-ertugrul.html
Calm down cupcake, nobody is using this tv serial to formulate their knowledge of Islam. Your kind of thinking leads to the sick minds of ISIS types. Relax, enjoy life and don’t get sucked up by religion ….. O_O
Actually, people are, true facts are very important for History purposes. After they killed Halime Sultan on the show, people in chats are believing that she did die after she gave birth to Osman because it’s on the show ? After that part was shown on tv, Wikipedia made changes that Halime might not even be the mother so with that said, all you critics should calm down and maybe do your research unless you’re just looking to watch a good drama.
So true it was wrong to betray he like that it took a lot from the Show having other women coming in the help raise and breastfeed her children’s
Here you are spreading false information. There are Ottoman historians who have said Osman’s mother is “unknown.” It has nothing to do with unreliable “Wikipedia.” It’s been said by actual historians. Go read a book, please. The show was 99% FICTION as it is.
Halime was 93 year old when she passed away ,and Osman was a young man by then .
No, there is no verified source that says when Halime died or even if her name was Halime (other historians say Ertugrul’s wife was Hayme, not his mother) The chronicles written centuries later don’t even agree. There’s nothing from Ertugrul’s time that records his life at all.
Please, go read the what the accomplished historians have said and written.
Can you please give me the names of acomplished historians and links please
If you check out the film on Wikipedia, they say that there is only a “limited” amount of information available (like 7 pages!) on Ergugrul Gaza. The rest of the seriew is pure fiction. Still and all, it is a great series and there is a wealth of information to be gained from watching it. Loved all 5 series and episodes. The show can probably be best described as a historical novel – – – fact and fiction mixed together. Enjoy it for entertainment & educational value. You can learn a lot about how the Turkish people lived in the 1100s, etc.
Than you shouldn’t be watching it with that type of attitude, this is not your everyday bs show, this is true history, facts matter 👊
Hi Halime, Firstly i understand your concern. im watching this series from the other side of the world way down the map. First episode I was hooked and was lucky enough to get all 5 seasons from a friend. Ive always heard of the Ottoman empire and was always interested to know about its history even before I knew of this series. I read some non fictional books that referred to the Ottoman empire which really got me intrigued but so interesting it was to discover that Ertugrul was the man behind the Ottoman empire. Now from what I understand about any movie that is either inspired or based on a true story or events , no matter which, it still is not true. Producers are gonna manoeuvre characters like they want to and slot in extras to give some umph and ofcourse dialog is there own. And from how I see it , a movie or series historical or whatever should just be an inspiration to the watcher to find out more about the true events or characters if they have real interest. by the way , Selcans character i really admire, from where she was coming to what she became and im sure all of us could do with an Ibni Arabi in our lives. These Muslims were so steadfast nothing could deter them. They fought hard to keep their state Islamic. My dua is that Turkish folk don’t just be proud of your history but live up to the Emaan and Takwa your ancestors had. I wonder what kind of impact this has on the actors sometimes, because watching them inspires me to relook my emaan wanting to strengthen it, relying on dua and trust in Allah. Most ppl would want to meet the actors , i want to meet the writers.
I love this show and being a non muslim have learnt so much about Islam , love the wisdom and the philosophy. Costumes also are wonderful and the actors inspired.
Damn honey… what got you riled up so fast? Where did she mention anything about taking islamic inspiration from this? Also, there’s nothing wrong with religion if your mind is enlightened enough
girl calm down. Geez it’s a show on NETFLIX. Chill
No no, this is not your everyday B.S show, Ottoman Empire History is at stake so take it easy with critics 😏
Agree with you 100 % most of these arrogant viewers are interested in b.s. drama, history is not important to them so don’t pay no attention 😏
Yes…………….ignore all of them.
MS Halime i will till u the meaning of theese ppl ,elephant going to city and dogs barking behind so its mean they wil bark let them bark and we will enjoe the series ertugrul enjoye
It is based on history, but it isn’t 100% factual.
The “information” from the person on Facebook who writes these articles is very factually incorrect on MANY points.
A read through of actual scholarly texts, instead of relying on amateurs like this, tells us what’s actually known. Do NOT rely on amateurs.
It was meant for entertainment. It is a story. It teaches us certain valuable lessons in life. If we wanted the exact historical facts we could study them at university, but what pleasure is there in that. We enjoy the actors and how they portray the roles they play. Had it been presented in historical fashion we probably would not enjoy it. Allow the writers, producers and directors to use artists licence and produce something everyone would enjoy and continue to watch to the end.
It is in there museums you fool look beyond the clouds
Contrl your tongue
Must be a kobek supporter lol, aalaa aalaa, tell you what how about you go make a “accurate” one …let us know when it’s ready
😂😂😂😂😂 this killed me 😂😂😂😂😂 LMAOOO
But isn’t that the point? Even if its inaccurate isn’t the end result the same? People will now research this! The love of this history will be shared a million times 💖
I totally agree, these insolent Engin fans will do and say anything false to increase worship to Engin’s portrayal of real Ertugrul 🤦♀️ Yazek
They are insolent because they idealize a Muslim historical figure, depicted as a Muslim hero?? Lol! I fail to see what’s so wrong about that as to make you call the fans insolent lol! And I also don’t understand why you or anyone would be butthurt about that. At least it’s better than idealizing a western hero that has nothing to do with Islam or our believes.
bro..just bcoz u don’t like Engin Altan that doesn’t mean we r … whtevr u said….
Can you suggest some resources to know about the true history
Writer has provided references for the information she mentioned. You are making hateful comments and claims without any references. It speaks louder than mere words
To Khadiya , The history repeat itself, there were traitors in throughout the history of Islam. In modern era like this one. we have YOU Khadiya, which will cast doubt in the curious minds, the one who want to know and arise against dominated hand full of Christians media tycoons like jew “Murdoch” and likes
Where can we learn the authentic history? It’s really hard to find on the internet
Where are your references? If you’re so concerned and feel you know so much, why not write a book? Instead of mocking other Muslims who at the moment atleast, are interested in an Islamic sosp as opposed to something else that is a waste of time. Stop being so negative.. And go out there and create something positive!
It is very easy to criticise, tell me one movie or drama etc which has given this much information about the Islamic history. It is one of the finest productions for the world to view. No Hollywood film cam match Ertughral Ghazi.
Well done the writer, the director and the producer of E G. Well done Turkey 🇹🇷 the great Country.
I love turkish history. I watched the rise of the ottoman empire before finding out that ertugrul was the father of osman. Muslims should be proud of their history, because I am and I’m not muslim but I’ll certainly consider becoming one.
You maybe correct, but watch it as drama or as an entertainment. Their is no real history available but I praise the writer, producer, director and all the actors who did a wonderful job.
It has been fictionalized because not much is really known about their actual history I still love the show.
Hi Khadiya, I read your comment and wondering where can I find the correct information. Is there any real history book or any index I can research.
The same can be said for any dramatization of events ‘loosely based’ on history. I worked in a museum for years and heard all of the criticisms about inaccurate representations of historical figures and events. Let’s face it, unless we were eyewitnesses of the period, and even so, your account of events might differ considerably from mine because your ‘truth’ or motives for recounting the events and the audience you are targeting might differ from mine. It is impossible to nail down with complete accuracy the events that occurred. Even document-based evidence of the period can come into question. If books, poems, paintings, movies, epic action-adventure programs, or social media sites such as this one (inaccuracies notwithstanding) inspire us to learn more then they have value. Watching the Ertugrul series led me down paths I might not ever have traveled and encouraged me to live a better life. I started by actually reading the Qur’an, praying more and caring about others, no matter what their religion. I am a Christian, by the way. Our church has had a strong bond with the Muslim community and we share many meals together, even worship together on occasions. Even though I had tremendous respect for our Muslim brothers and sisters and supported them, I had a very superficial understanding of their faith. The more I learn, the more relevant the words of the Prophet have become in my life. Historians, academicians, theologians, and various other scholars live for debate. And thank goodness do. If they did not, we would not be encouraged to continue studying and seeking the truth.
Such a wonderful history of the truth was known. Thankyou for your insight of a true historical time. The show has certainly brought this historical journey to life.
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I like this serial, but there are some issues from TRT Television,TRT management so Delete the serial whenever it was uploaded from any You Tube channel in any dubbing.i share many video of this serail in my channel,but TRT management remove my video in YouTube. Muhammad Arsal
I enjoyed watching this piece of history,I can’t wait for the next seasons
What great history of Muslims ,this move has enlighten me about the Turk Muslim brothers ,Turks need to awake and be the leaders of Muslim world once again
In sha Allah
To watch all the latest episodes of Ertugrul, head over to “Wlext ertugrul”. English subtitles with the videos.
Yeah , thank you !
This was good
I am now currently on season 4 of ertugal their is so much things I need to know
Ertugrul was a man of courageous and respected warrior. obviously he has kept the right side and has supported the minor as impartially even the smallest. The problem lies with his descendants, especially Mehmet II Fatih, who directed his crackdown on Christians in Europe, rather than unite forces with them against cruel Mongolians. Why did not that happen? This is about the weakness of the Turks in the face of unbelieving Mongols. If the Turks were to fight the Mongols in alliance with the peoples of Europe, then their fame would rise up too high. Justice does not spread by attacking Christian believers Surah Baqarah : 62; Surah Ali Imran : 55; Surah Zuhruf : 61. But it is often said that the children do not walk according to the example of the fathers (ie, of Ertugrul).
Ertughrul is the best turkish drama ever imo. Because it doesn’t only entertain you but gives you great lessons and inspiration as well.. Maashallah
Hello & good day all — I am an American, Catholic, Latin woman… (don’t dismiss me yet) and I am absolutely hooked on ‘Resurrection Ertugrul!” I stumbled upon it after watching some of ‘Magnificent Century’ — which, as we all know is more for TV than a historical interpretation, but entertaining none the less. From the first episode of ‘Resurrection Ertugrul,’ I was immediately interested because not only does it involve great action and acting, but I was completely unfamiliar with the history of the Islamic states, etc. (forgive me for not listing the terminology correctly), which launched a google craving for Turkish history. This shows the good and bad on both sides of the coin and how God should lead the way. It’s a very well-done faith series that I will continue watching until it’s over. My only access to this tv show is Netflix so I am up to season 3 when Ural & Ertugrul have a fight in the newly conquered inn formerly owned by Simon (JTB). I now hear that there are two more seasons (I hope I heard correctly) and I am so excited to keep watching. Thank you TEKDEN for making such an amazing series and thank you Netflix for exposing the far reaches of the other side of the planet with the opportunity to enjoy it as well!
Hi dear, nothing to dismiss, you are genuinely interested in the series but there is much more to Islam and its legacy. You should try to find out more so that you are not misinformed by the media. Always welcome to ask questions, you can message me and I will try to be of help. Also here is the best part, you can watch on Facebook, search for ertugrul online…. U will be updated all the way to season five, we r now waiting for episode 143… Totally hooked but dont want it to end either.
Olá, gostei muito da síntese, parabéns. Gostaria de saber sobre o Alyar bei, da tribo de Cavdar, ele foi tão importante na serie e você não falou nada sobre ele.
you have not mentioned Dogan Alp. and i couldnt find much about him . is he a fictional Character or a real person
I think he’s most likely a fictional character
I loved this show. I read the deaths of our main characters, only to see that they die so young as apposed to them living a long life. I wander why this is in the movie. Do you know.
I really enjoyed watching the Resurrection Erthugrul show even though there were sub titles. Is there a 4th Episode.
Hi Pauline, the episodes run all the way to season five. Which season are you asking about?
Nice ….😊.R u historian
Are there any authentic sources of history describing in Arabis contact with Ertugrul Gazi and by extension the Kayi and Seljuk state.Can you please refer me to some sources .Jazakallah for this research document very insightful.
Really good and informative
Very informative reading…Much appreciated
I have only just started watching Ertugrul so there are a few spoilers here lol but very detailed and informative article. Apart from the book by RS Humphreys, is there another that you would recommend to read and learn more?
Extremadamente interesantísama la historia Turca!!!!
Brave sons are born to brave fathers.
Life of all messengers tells us that no one can harm you unless ALLAH wants.
Pure belief on Almighty ALLAH can make you a gem.
And comments of non muslim about this that thay are great peoples as well who appreciated the truth.
May ALLAH bless you allz
Love it, I’m watching it now on Netflix…
I am much interested in watching Erthugrul Deleris . I am from Malabar region of India
I never watch any TV serials, however, one of my friend recomended this serial as I was interested in Turkish history. I was so impressed I already watched 45 episodes of S1 and visited Turkey twice. I am really impressed with the series, the quality of the series is excellent with top class actors. In spite of some Fantasy and fiction added it is worth watching
Great information! So there is some truth in series along with some exaggeration, as is common in any proud cultures. But, got to know lot of information and am coming from India are familiar with little amount of Persian words that are in ample supply when we watched this series. Never knew that Persian empire had some marginal influence on Turkish culture. Thanks
Love the programme, I have watched three seasons and currently watching the fourth season…the history on Ertugrul, his tribe is mind blowing. The love and the loyalty his tribe showed was fantastic, visa versa…yes he has his foes, but he never lost sight of his cause.
What an amazing man of his era.
I love the show. It is just like a soap opera. I am hooked!
THE MOVIE SERIES IS FASCINATING . I FST FORWARD MOST OF THE BATTLE SCENES AND HORSE RIDING THRU THE MOUNTINS AND THE LONG SAD FUNERALS AND HAPPY WEDDINGS BUT ITS REALLY A WONDERFUL PRODUCTION AND GREAT ACTING ESPECIALLY OF ALL THE KEY FIGURES. I ENJOYED SEEING THE POSITIVE ATTITUDES OF ISLAM ND DID NOT LIKE THE KILL THE INFIDEL WITH SUCH GUSTO PARTS. THINK THE MOSLEM PEOPLE WOULD DO BETTER EVEN NOW STICKING TO THE POSITIVE IDEOLOGY IN THEIR TEACHINGS AND LEAVE OUT THE ISIS STYLE ATTITUDES THANKS FOR A GREAT SERIES. i HAVE FALLEN IN LOVE WITH THE ACTORS AND THEIR WIVES AND CHILDREN. THE TOAD VIZIER WAS A GREA ACTOR LOOKING HATEFUL , REPULSIVE ISLEAZY AT ALL TIMES
I watch resurrection Ertugrul, and so love it, waiting for season 5
http://www.ertugrulonkine.co.uk has all of season 5
I have never loved a drama series more than I love Ertugrul. It’s the greatest show ever because it doesn’t only entertain but educate people with history. It also emphasizes the importance of applying God’s teachings in our everyday life. The actors are icing on a cake. Great looking, good acting. What more can I say?
it is the best movie on netflix and i encourage anyone to watch it
Hello, I stumbled upon this show on Netflix while trying to find a show that does not have the sexuality and vulgar language of Hollywood. Resurrection Ertugrul is an incredible show with amazing actors. Engin Altan is a great leading actor, Mehmet Bozdağ couldn’t have picked a better actor to portray Ertugrul. I like the love story between Ertugrul and Halime and I’m happy to read that their love for one another was somehow true. I was sad to watch the last few episodes of Season 4 (don’t want to spoil it for anyone who hasn’t seen it yet). Now, I’m anxiously awaiting Season 5 on Netflix. I’ve only been able to find Season 5 in Turkish. I guess it is time for me to learn the language! 🙂
I’m not muslim, but this show gave me a beginning lesson into the history of the Ottoman empire, traditions and the teachings of Ibn Arabi. This show has inspired me to read more about the islam and it’s teachings and the Ottoman empire. I’m trying to find some books that are not bias, but it is not easy. I guess I’ll have to read one side and the other to get the most accurate information.
Thank you Ms Kara for the article.
I completely agree with you. Me too I am tired of the vulgarity of Hollywood. These actors are real people. I feel connected with them. No Barbie on that show. And the love scenes are clean. That’s one thing I appreciate the most.
maybe the QURAAN might help.
just a thought.
I was born catholic all my life and truly believe that there is God Almighty above us regardless of which religion we’re with. What amazes me is that while we are on a “stay home” state order due to covid 19, found a way to spend time after home works. I checked on Netflix and was lead to see “Resurrection-Ertugrul”.. watched it, but couldn’t miss an episode, now on my fourth. It made me open my eyes to see the other side and the truth about the Islam world. We only read the negative side about them as terrorists, cruel, murderers. On the other hand, we hear and read the worst on non-Muslims too from past to the present time too. I thought would be unfair to make a judgement without finding the truth. So
watching and reading about them to find out why? The characters, Idn Arabi, was God sent angel, who supports, enlighten and guide the God believers like Ertugrul and many others.
I hope to learn more about their history. I love to watch to the end. God bless
Agree with Susan Hazell totally. Watched all the episodes 3 times. Great history and culture of loyalty.
One of the most excellent series ever,it’s a story of a hero whom we didn’t know about,my next motive is to visit Sogut to pay my respect to Ertugrul and the others buried there,,we owe a lot to him and his efforts ,,none in the history has ever strived so much for his tribe and religion,,,a big shout out to Tekdin Films for spreading the teachings of our beloved prophet in an amazing manner,this is what out beautiful religion is all about folks ,,Allah Hu Akbar
Me encanta esta pelicula es la Unica pelicula que me ha quitado mi tiempo para verla cuando estoy en casa, no hago mucho en casa por estar viendo esta seria. que todavia no he terminado de verla estamos en la 4 serie y el capitulo 49 pero nos fascina. Lastima que acabo de leer que quien hizo Ertrugul fallecio en un acciente, nos dio tristeza gran actor al igual quien hace el doblaje excelentes. gracias por esta clase de series y nos encanto la forma de como le oran a A su Dios.
This article is well written and very informative. It helped me understand the history of these people. I love this series and my husband and I are glued in front of the TV watching Ertugrul. I Ibn Al Arabi is one of our preferred character. We call him the Saint. This actor has a beautiful voice and nice blue eyes. They could not have chosen better. Of course Bamsi … Oh Bamsi! He is great. We love watching Bamsi and his enthusiasm. And all the others…. the best series I have watched in a long time. I am a big fan.
Just great! Stumbled on this in Netflix and am now totally absorbed. The story may not be absolutely true to history and the dialogue translation is pretty grim at times, but the overall impression is one of a well made and professional production. I like, indeed admire, the horses (Aktocagil is a beauty and the white mare that I always wanted as a boy).
The acting is really god; these actors can turn on the tears on demand, and any one of them could be a Hollywood great without a problem. Any one of the male leads could be a James Bond and most are better looking anyway; I mean, ??????? is such an ugly bug, even Bamsi is better looking. Turgut, Etugrul, Ares, any of them, would be a terrific romantic lead in anything Hollywood might want to do. The stunts are fabulous but please don’t try to say that ‘no animals were hurt making this film’. And Ture4gut’s axe twirling has to be seen to be believed.
I now look at Turkey in a whole different way. Fabulous everybody!
I meant Daniel Craig, not ????? !!!!!
Would anyone know if Season 5 brings the curtain down in these series ?
Would anyone know if Season 5 brings the curtain down in these series ?
The world needs more Ertrugruls!
Great Warrior , may Allah bless hıs soul . İt wıth greatest honour to know about thıs people.
I am from America and absolutely love this story of Ertugrul my husband and I are totally hooked. We have tried to tell so many of our friends to watch this historic show because we love it. We have learned so much about the history and I have researched everything I can along the way to follow. I know it’s not exactly all true facts but it has made me have the desire to research it myself. All the actors are all so Great playing their parts . The truth is I am fascinated with the history about this series. I have enjoyed the good guys as well as the bad ones,. I have been to India and wish I would have gone to Turkey instead to see the Ertugrul Gazi because I would love to see where Ertugrul rest and see the beautiful land this show has represented.
Thank you for this wonderful show. Thank you to all my favorite actors you are all so awesome!
We have been watching this series on Netflix after all our friends and family recommended, seriously I’m addicted to Ertugrul I watch about 10 episodes a day love the quaranic verses and the good character of the believers
This is a great series. Is one of my favorites. Great casting, scenery and the acting is amazing. One of my favorite historical figures, besides Bamsi and Turglut is Ibn Arab. Although I am not a Muslim, I called him my favorite “Sufi Master” because of the way he explains all the different spiritual and mistics aspects of Islam into your daily life. I have learned a lot since I started to watch this show about the history of the Turkish nation. Ertugrul Bay and Halime Hatum will always be my heroes.
This series is the best I have ever seen. Great to have the history of a truly awesome warrior who never backed down from his values, traditions, and values even in the face of terrific suffering! Great performances! 10 stars out of 5!
I’m a history buff so whenever I come across a show that states it’s based on historical facts. I’m not to lazy to start researching . I enjoyed the Ertugrul series so much I hated to see it end. It only left me wanting it to continue. My belief had nothing to do with me watching the show there’s a lot of passion put into every episode. There was very little history of the Ottoman Empire taught in our history books here in the US both in school and college when I attend. That being said the show should tug on your minds to want to know more and dig deeper.
And when you dig deeper you’ll find out it was no more than 1 % truth to history lol 😂
I’ve never really been interested watching a movie with subtitles, but I take my hat off for the producers and directors for making this brilliant series Resurrection. I must admit that I have a greater respect for the Turkish people who fought for Islam. Yes it is a series but so much can be learnt from. Well done for keeping me so glued for the first time. Can’t wait for season 5!!!
We from Belize central america de love this show
Dogan was a fairly central & popular character, why was he axed, did he ask for too much money???
Dogan went on to do another series
Thank you for the wonderful historical article. Personally, I am watching the show now, and I am majoring in history. I really love the show and the characters. Very educational history.
Thank you for sharing this article. I teach world literature in a private high school; I am enthralled by the Series “Resurrection: Ertugrul ” (shown on Netflix). The leading character embodies all of the qualities of the perfect epic hero. I love it! Because of the series I am fascinated by Turkish history and literature.
Ertugrul good drama, but 85% just fictional, I’d say only 15% is Okay. Nonetheless, good series, better than what we get from holywood and the likes…..
I’m a non-practicing Catholic. I am fascinated by anything based on historical peoples. I love this show. I am almost through the fourth season on Netflix. Can’t wait for the fifth season.
I love History. I learned a lot about Muslims not taught in the Western societies today [hopefully the story is true to the religion]. If today’s Muslims are even close to the ones displayed in this series, they are getting a bad rap today. I have always understood Turks are fierce warriors. The World tries to divide religions, people, countries but we are not really that different in ‘values’.
– Turks are fierce warriors due to the locations and history they lived and endured. They had to fight to survive! Turks had three things very important to them: Their Horse – Their Women – Their Weapons (sword/bow&arrows) with these three important things, they kept their values to the grave!
– There are many Muslims that are good and that are bad, it is not about religion, it is about one’s own fight with himself that of the the balance between selfishness and consciousness! These two defines good and bad people, and there are good and bad in everyone, we are all human!
– Well as in the series, people are divided based on the fight within themselves, what we call evil is actually one’s own selfishness!
– Fortunately, truth always prevails! No matter what, no matter how long it takes, people learn in the end… sometimes it is too late for some people unfortunately!
– One thing in western history books, Turks are portrayed barbarians, killers etc, but if one use his common sense, how did an empire (ottoman), lived/occupied foreign lands for ~600 years, and once left all the local buildings, languages, religions, cultures kept in tact? Tell me how modern westerners, in the last 100 years, in all the lands they occupied, didnt keep languages? stole local structures? stole local resources? killed local inhabitants or forced them to convert? or destroyed cultures and assimilated? See the difference in barbarians and modern people!
– Selfish and conscious decisions defines who/what you are! Not made up histories!
Thank you for all that wobderful historical information.
I am totally enthralled by the show but like to know facts. Therefore you have helped a lot.
It a good history and goods movies,please sent more season and episode movies.
Thanks you so much, this is Very informative,(jazakumullah)
I am finishing season 4 this week. I just love Ertugrul , his family and Alps. Is there season 5 on NETFLIX?
What happen with Gul Banoo and his son Roshan??
Myself And my husband love this, the actors are supberb, addicted to it best tv series ever, and we’re two pensioners in our 70s, feel
as if it’s the now in this day and age, with what is going on in the world, politics, greed no respect or tolerance,rich against poor one rule for them and not a thought for pepple,bring on series 5x
I am enjoying the serious! I laugh, I cry ,I fight!!!!
All history is bias and subjects as it is his story. Love the series and I watch it for entertainment purposes not historical information.
Rather watch the series, there is alot we can learn from it.. As to come with your negativity..my opinion about the series, it’s a very good reminder and a lesson, never to trust anyone but to Yakeen only in our Creator Allah
please tell me some information of Halima Sultan and Ertugrul Gazi.
1. How many wife of Ertugrul Gazi’s?
2. When was Halima Sultan die? And where?
He had 1 wife Halime Hatun who passed away in 1281 in Sogut ,Turkey.
I love this series; is so good I wished I was born Turkish to understand their language. Great history
The information in the sources and the oral stories about the person who is named Halime Sultan in the show is as follow:
In some sources the mother is named Halime and the wife is Hayme and in some of them its vice versa. But Halime and Hayme are the names of those 2 historical accurate women for sure.
Ertugrul and everyone in the tribe called the mother of Ertugrul “Devlet ana” not Hayme or Halime ana.
The wife of Ertugrul was called Can Kiz (Djan Qiz) by Ertugrul and Can Kiz Ana by the tribe and her sons.
Devlet ana = Mother of the state
Can kiz = this one cannot be translated literally to English, but the meaning of this nickname can be translated as “the girl I love” “the girl I live for” “the girl who is my soul”
Due the use of those “nicknames” the confusion of the real names of those 2 women who branded their marks in the Turkish history has occurred among the historians and researchers because the narrations of the story does use the nicknames of those women only and not the real names. The real names of those women can only be found back in the family tree descriptions of the house of Osman dating back from that era.
The wife of Ertugrul was still alive when Ertugrul died.. In the few pages from which the authentication is 100% proven, their is a quotation that Osman Gazi rushed back to his tribe without claiming his share of the spoils of war to kiss the hands of his mother after the victory of Battle of Bafeon or Karacahisar.
The battle of Karacahisar took place 5 or 7 years later after the death of Ertugrul Gazi and thanks to this quotation we can see that the “Halime Sultan” is still alive.
In the Era of Ertugrul a bey or khan of a tribe who had only 1 wife or concubine was almost unseen and therefore a very rare occasion.
This is the reason why Turkish people especially draw attention when telling the stories of Ertugrul to the fact that Ertugrul had only 1 wife and never took any concubines throughout his life. This made the love between Ertugrul and “Halime Sultan” “legendary” in the Turkish culture and when young couples marry people often pray for hundred of years to give those “new couples” the love and respect God gave to Ertugrul and Halime. They are like a “Romeo and Juliette” type of couple in Turkish culture and poetry.
For the persons who really wants to learn more about the authentic, correct and proven history of the Turks and especially the Ottomans, I recommend you the books of Halil Inalcik. He was the most decorated historian in Turkey. Universities as Oxford, Harvard etc takes his works as a reference when teaching Ottoman history.
None of this is true, “Halime” nor “Hayme” was ever mentioned in any of the earliest Ottoman chronicles and Osman’s “family tree” didn’t exist during his time, it was written a century later, the first mention of Ertugrul was 150 years after his death, found in Ahmedi, there are no details on his personal life written in those, also a chronicle from the 15 century says Ertugrul DID have concubines. This is all from a Turkish Historian writing a series on early chronicles, in can be found in the ErtugrulOnline group. And, Halil Inalcik is the best historian, but you forget to mention he did not even believe it is sure Osman was from Kayi tribe and he believed the coin that says “Osman bin Ertugrul” was a forgery and that it couldn’t be proven.
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I honestly love the series a beautiful story. Reguardless wether it’s is Ellaborated or not. There is very little written documentation to confirm the details and that’s ok. I am not Turkish but seeing them and a depiction of their gallantry is something to marvel at. I am not Muslim but I understand the meanings of what is said and agree with most of it. I also believe that faith in God and to having all of us in a universal moral unity is a great message I know we are all different and have many points of view but instead of causing discord can we all show compassion to one another and understand both history and opinions, culture and beliefs and discuss these in a kind manner. The whole show entails many circumstances where one evil brings down destruction where as a good or moral justice brings retribution.
Peace. Why are only 3 son’s were depicted in the series? When reading real life stories about Halime and Ertugrul it’s listed they have 4 sons
Nope they had 3 sons.. but the confusing comes due this show.
The name of Savci in the movie is actually Saru Batu. Savci was the nickname/title of Saru Batu.
Savci was a title given to the persons who were performing an administrative or diplomatic duty withing the tribe.
Savci will become the diplomat and the administrative leader of the tribe till his death during the leadership of his father and brother Osman.
He is known to be the person who “created” the economic power of the freshly found Beylik/principality of his younger brother Osman and the man who expanded the “merchant guild” which Ertugrul established in Sögüt together with Ahi Evran who has been seen in Season 2 as the son in law of Sheikh Kirmani.
I watched all episodes of Resurrection Ertugrul. It’s mention that he only had one wife but last season he married again (didn’t care for her) I was partial to Halime whom I saw as a beautiful person with a good heart.
He had only one Wife there never was Two
yes he only had one wife and shes his only wife even though he marries another girl in last season but actually he never really loved her that much
I have never in my 75 years watched or enjoyed a series as much as I do
Resurrection Erturgrul And I didn’t realize it being a cult series. Yet I love it. I hope season 6 or maybe more Comes to Netflix soon, Its almost like longing for a lover lol Ive watched Syet and Suri and that was good too but not as good as this one Id like to see more
Omg, this is the best series, i love it.
being a christian has’nt stopped my wife and I being hooked on this fantastic series, it has really brought home home many characters in both muslim and christian teachings are the same, we both believe in one God, both religions believe in the same values, it is a pity the fanatics from the same divide have caused so much sufferings and pain
I just finished season 5. OMG what great program. I don’t know if the events were properly chroiclized or not I don’t know if all the characters were real or not but that is not going to stop me from enjoying it. I did realize that these people had deep belief in god and their religion I also do not believe all Christians were evil. I’m going to do what initially intended buy and read about the Ottoman Empire and Osman the first
There were many bad people in Turkish side blinded by power/control too. But, main difference was in those days, in Anatolia (modern day Turkey) and in europe, rich/rulers were pressing on their people too much, hence in their fight against turks, in many battles they didnt find supporters in their own commoners due to the pressure they were putting on them! I dont say they were evil, but they werent angels by any means… Many turkish battles ended before they started and not even dropping a single drop of blood. This and rivallary and greed among all rich people/rulers, it was easy to win battles against those by turks because they were all disconnected, they mostly hated each-other and not united, until turks stepped on the borders of Vienna it continued! After which europe realized and united against and fought and played games against turks almost similar to this series! Everyone’s accounts of history will sound different/true to their followers… One thing is for sure, religion is not the evil, it is the humans’ selfish desires, like power/richness/control…. as there are bad muslims, good christians, there are bad christians and good muslims too… depends on which choices you make, selfish? conscious?
Were you able to find any historical evidence of an actual Korduglu character?
Ma Shaa Allah
Jazakallah to all who made this series.
I have watched the whole series in continuation 3 times over.
It is really invigorating and the duas are so good that I repeat them in my prayers.
The Qur’an sessions by Ibn Arabi and other scholars are very interesting and really meant to be seen again & again.
I wish that Ottoman series is as intriguing as Ertugul series was.
Love the characters.
Thank you Directors
Thank you indeed
Indeed brother, I’ve written down some of the dues, it was very inspirational and useful. Learnt a lot from this show.
Excellent movie and the acting is awesome. I can’t stop watching the episodes. OMG… the history!
When did halime sultan pass away?
Some say that she passed away just after giving birth of osman while others say that she passed away in the same year as ertugrul did…..
Which is the authentic version?
She passed away the same year as Ertugrul. In drama they showed that she passed away just after giving birth to Osman but that isn’t true. They just did it in drama because the actress needed to leave the drama because of some personal issues.
I LOVED THIS SHOW, I watched it so, …. Much I became able to speak and understand language. Wish it would never end HOW ABOUT A LITTLE MORE????? Great acting scale of 1 to 10 they get a 30
How ertuk bey is related of quddus is related with ertugrul’s right hand ertuk bey?
I love the entire series will there be more?
i love the show so much i like to learn about other things keep up the good work
I love everything about Him and his family I watching every day ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️He had the best Army love you guys god Bless
I enjoyed watching the first three sessions of the five sessions. Resurrection Ertugrul is interesting, historical and Islamically educational.
I look forward to enjoying watching Sessions 4 and 5.
yes it is a great serious
Mashala, I watched Ertugrul Season 1-5 on TRT over and over. My #1 lifetime favourite movie. Excellent casts their performances, the story itself, the Turkish CULTURE and HISTORY. I fell in love with the Turkish people because of this movie. But above all, I wanted to personally acknowledged the “brilliant” performance of Engin Duzyatan as Ertugrul it was by far over excellent. Congratulations ❤️ Please keep up your great acting. I am dreaming that someday when I visit Istanbul I would get a chance to see you. That would be nice. Inshaallah. And salute to the brilliant director as well, more power to you. And hoping you will make more movies like Ertugrul in the near future with Engin Duzyatan in the leading role. I will keep my heart and eyes waiting ❤️From 🇨🇦
We have the same feeling. I fell in love with Ertugrul and admire him how he respected and loved Halime Sultan.
Excellent. All credit to everyone who took this initiative to pass on this great history to we people. Every Muslim should have to study this great history, to understand what should be the actual goal of life. It is not all about developing and creating states , it is about the joint Muslim character of Muslims.Everyone should watch this great TV serial based upon real facts.
So useful. Thank u for sharing
This series is one the best very good actors, I love the actors.
i have finished seasons 1 to 4 of this remarkable series. I gave cone to understand the muslim religion so much through this series. I would recommend this series for every award possible for being so captivating. This is a must see series to put on the bucket list.
This series totally captivated me. I could not stop watching. I have been looking up the history and it is spell binding. A truly great series, Very well put together. I am waiting for series # 6
Unfortunately no more seasons after 5. I just finished watching the last episode, I’m sad that it ended but happy the way it did. Loved watching Ertugrul, very meaningful and inspirational messages, we could learn a lot from this show.
Artuk Bey (died 1091). Ertugrul was born around 100 years later. How could then lived together?
Saladin: 56 yrs
1137 – 4 March 1193
Ibn Arabi: 75 yrs
26 July 1165 – 16 Nov 1240
Important dates to remember.
Ertugrul: 90 yrs
Maulana Rumi: 66 yrs
30 Sep 1207 – 17 Dec 1273
I love the series. I have learned so much about this culture. Thank you so much.
Alhamdulillah, may Allah grant these hero’s highest status in Jannatul Firdous. It’s truly through their hardships and efforts that we can call ourselves Muslims. May Allah grant us death of shared, fighting for his cause. Love this series and our great history. Islam will grow from strength to strength. Ameen
It’s a great production.I was gripped by the action,the story and the awesome acting of the actors. It’s an amazing tv serial . I suggest everyone one should watch it
Are you going to make season 6 it is a brilliant programme I can’t wait anymore ?
I have and still am enthralled with Resurrection and through it have been looking up the history of this period of history and so pleased to discover that some of these people actually lived it is such an interesting history..As for the series I love it the dialogue the scenery and the costumes are amazing I am so thankful that there is some really worthwhile historical series to see .
I understand the legend behind Ertugrul. But come on, the kill ratio in this series is 1 turk to 20 Templars? GTOH!
VERY HELPFUL…IF THESE ARE HISTORICALLY ACCURATE, THE WRITERS AND PRODUCER OF THE SERIES HAVE DONE A TRULY REMARKABLE JOB …. PLEASE KEEP GOING! – ITS IMPORTANT TO READ MORE AND MORE ABOUT THE ACTUAL HISTORY
This is coolest Islamic history thank you for opening this project
This has been such an enjoyable series. Excellent camera work, costumes, acting, and beautiful Turkish horses. What a pleasure to see such
a well done series and even better it is based on historical fact.
Thank you everyone for this great work!!!!
This is interesting
Will there be anymore series?
Thanks! Just started watching Ertugrul about a month ago and I’ve been addicted. I’m already on season three
Reading the comments here, which started as a quick scan for historical fact on one of the story-lines…am compelled to put it out there that this older, anglo, Christian, flag-waving American woman got hard-sucked into binge-watching this show…knowing zip about anything Turkish (other than some towels claim to be Turkish) and even less about the Islam of it all – because of the garb/costuming. And the set design. And my having been imprinted upon in the 60s-70s by all men looking best having long hair, and those guys looking great on horse-back. Apparently this Turkish soap opera/propaganda/ancient travelogue ends sometime but I’ve been watching everyday, and watching nothing else for several weeks. It shows no signs of ending (yay! and dang, really?)
I’m missing whomever did the sub-titles from season one. The season that episode 1 initially had me eye-rolling and clicking away. Then couldn’t stop thinking about it and the next day went back for more costuming (I do historical reenactment, Viking specific, but want to see any and all). Have not been able to watch anything else since. The subtitles were exasperating, but I picked up the gist of it. LOL a lot (archaic british words luckily part of what’s saved in my trivia-filled brain: ie ‘treachers’). But even with the accuracy improvements of subsequent seasons, still only “know” what Bey, Hatun and Inshallah mean.
Nice to see good Muslims (not something headlining the news here), and good Christians (also, not much cared about anymore) all in one place. Is it just me, or is there an LOTR thing running through this series? Ertugrul & Halime: Aragorn & Arwen, early on Bamsi & Dogan: Pippin & Merry , white beard guy: Gandalf, Turgut: Faramir, Ural Bey: Wormtongue, thought eye=patch guy was Smeagollum, but he chose the Force instead of the Dark Side, Sadettin Kopek: Saruman…I don’tknow – helped me keep them all straight…Thanks Netflix…seriously…months, and no end in sight…
Interesante informacion me aclaro muchas dudas por favor si tienes mas compartelas
Very enlightening. Thank you so much. I watched the entire season from beginning to end and was addicted to it. I wanted to repeat watching some of the episodes I like most. Thank yo and congratulations to the entire production and characters. They acted like real in history.
I’m a big fan of Dirilis Artugrul,I watched all 5 seasons day and night.I love the leading characters especially Arturo bay,Turgut,Bambi,Halime,mother Jayme and others.Excellent!
An interesting expose
I was drawn to this series when the first two seasons appeared on Netflix. I’m a secular Jew with no agenda apart from an abiding love of history and the sheer detail of the daily lives of people at that time is beyond anything I’ve seen. The only historical figure I’d know of before watching this series was Ibn Arabi. But the story got me hooked on the others and the series itself as other seasons made it to that streaming service. With so, so many episodes the actors and creators of this series must be the hardest working people in show business!
Fantastic history and the series was so gray I watched it 3 times I could not get enough of the story line great actors I was sad when his wife passed and other parts of the
Series . Love
All of it
I have always been into History and cultures around the world….and….since I have found Dirilis: Ertugrul, who has become my hero as well, including watching it for the 3rd time around from the beginning, it has become one of my favorite films to watch, since I have found nothing else worthwhile watching anymore…. plus it also has given and helping me have hope and courage into coping with my everyday life’s issues of ups an downs, I am 71, besides enlightening my interests into reading and researching more about history again as well…..Thank you.
Muslims have made great impact on the world. We need more to be united, As Turkey, A lover country of Muslim Ummah,
Great man and I truly learned a lot-God Bless
I loved this series. This was the first Turkish series I have watched. At first, I had difficulty reading the dialogue; but then I picked up my computer and began again. Perfect. I loved this series. Great writer’s! ALL of the actors were wonderful, and of course, Ertugrul was my favorite. What a great actor, he is amazing. I am glad I found this site, because I found out their will be a season 5. Yea! I always thought the Templars were great, I was amazed to find out they were a bunch of sadistic A-holes. Since this series, I found out what great actors, writers, producers & directors
you have in Turkey. So much talent and all of the actors are so handsome. In my next life I want to be born in Turkey. =-). Thank you again for such a great program.
I love every second of it, watched it by chance and was hooked. I’m a completely “devoted” atheist, but I enjoy the good vs evil aspects of this show. After researching a little, of course there are inaccuracies but it is a historical fiction.
Thank you so much for this! My friends in Turkey hate the show because they say it’s not authentic history. Very frustrating because we love it! Why does a Did I have to be accurate? It shows the country in a very beautiful way.
Great post, great man,
Me and my wife really enjoy the series. We know it is part fictional . What I see put into the series is how much the quran and the christian bible
say the same thing.
My husband and I are watching episode 1-5 for the second time. We love it. They had me at the historical, emotional and religious story (okmay not be absolutely accurate, but neither was Vietnam or Iraq). I was interested in the take on the Templars lands and tax seizures. When you’ve only read history written by the winners you do have to doubt) Anyway what an amazing production. Of course I really watch it for the horses.
Of course I meant five seasons, not episodes.
The series may be off from the true history, they weren’t many records to back up the true history. Having said that, I believe the series gives much important lectures about Islam. For me as I followed the Series my heart fell at Peace as call for prayers were done, and prayers done in rituals. Want to know about the Ottoman Empire, there are plenty of books out there. Want to learn about Islam religion ask around to the proper people. Just don’t go for what one person will tell you.
Very interesant the history of this caracters. Realy Im surprising about they. I hope you translate to Spanish for better understanding.
Savci is also Saru Batu. So they are the same according to some sources. But here it is written as if they are two separate people. Ertugrul probably never existed but even if he existed I doubt he did any of the stuff on the show. Maybe not a single thing. But I loved the show as fiction and I know how warriors Turkic people were
I want you to know how much i have enjoyedthe movie Ertugrul. I have a new perspectus of History . Of course being in Texas they did not teach us about your History. i also have a disapointing view of the Crusades. I always thought they were the heroes. but now that you done such a wonderful job of dipicting History. i now understand how cruel they were. i wish i could visit your country. i am hispanic living in Texas and we are the working class so i donot have the money. but thanks to your movie. i feel like i know your culture much better. Thank you.
You can go during off season, my husband ones got a ticket for $600dls two ways, is almost as much as the cost to go to Mexico, food is not expensive there, you will be amazed of all the beauty, every way you turn you will see a massive mosque, words cannot describe how beautiful Turkey is.
I leave in Texas too and I am from Mexico as well.
I have been so inspired by this series that I watched it twice. Loved the history and story behind the series. Great perfomance by all. Thanks for sharing your story.
I am enjoying this series very much! I reccomend to everyone I know.
As the Turkish world had many scholars, scientists and educated holy men I would have thought there would be a great deal more solid evidence stored in libraries or within the vaults belonging to the great families or mosques. Many manuscripts have been unearthed from the time of Jesus and the fall of the Roman Empire. Great figures in history deserve to have had their biographies recorded. Sad to think that the sources for the intriguing series on Ertugrul are so tenuous.
The perspective given of the Crusader and Mongol invasions I believe to be very accurate. Even though I am a Christian my reading of history enlightened me to the fact that it was greed for wealth, medical knowledge, science, culture and power that drove many of the Crusades also the Mongol invasions. I take on board the similarity between Christian and Islamic ideals expressed and have a deeper appreciation today of Islamic traditions and reasons for actions taken against those who would attempt to destroy, denigrate or alter devout belief systems. The teachings expressed by Ibn Arabi were done in a beautiful, peaceful and informative way in the series.
WOW! Just finished season five of this amazing TV series. Enjoyed it immensely, despite some often repeated plot devices. Fast forwarded thru endless extended scenes of horses galloping down trails, but was totally hooked on the show. I generally stay away from TV series, but this was one that was worthy of watching, and I’m quite certain that I’ve never watched a TV program with so many episodes! SO entertaining and informative with wonderful costumes and sets! And the music soundtracks with traditional instrumentation compliment the plot themes as well. Of course, a great deal of the show sprang from the show writer’s imaginations, but being based on historical characters and events, the series still taught me a great deal about Asian culture and traditions, and even inspired me to do my own research into Turk tribal history.
This show reminds me of an important point – there will always be greedy evil people who think and act in a similar manner, no matter when or where they may be. I marvel at the parallels between the behavior of historical (and non-historical) persons portrayed in the show, and modern present-day figures. Evil continues to perpetuates itself and good folks everywhere will always be in need an Ertugrul to stand up to the Saddetin Kopeks and Noyans of the world. Let’s just hope that a modern-day Ertugrul never gets successfully assassinated by our modern-day Cruels.
I enjoyed Bamsi with his jocular humor and deadly double swords. However Turgut, along with his superb axe spinning skills, became my favorite supporting character. For me, Dragos was the most entertaining villain in the series, while Saddatin backed by the power of the state was the scariest. Cool-hand Artuk was always the indispensable “go to” man. Mother Hamye was such a loving matriarch and the pillar of Kayi Tribe. Dough-eyed Halime’s love was sweet and pure. And brave Ertugrul, with his unrelenting quest for justice, will always be my hero.
Long Live Ertugrul!!!
I’m on season 5 and exhausted! The sword fights, ambushes, etc! The corruption is nauseating. Respect for Sunni Islam and Sufism for its true meaning.
Are you real Etrugrul bey
Love you Ertugrul
In Halime sultan you made a mistake by saying Seljuk Turks and Oghuz Turks were united. Seljuks were also oghuz Turks, Seljuk who founded the Seljuk dynasty was named after him just like Ottoman Sultanate was named after Osman.
So both of them were Oghuz Turks.
In Halima sultana biography where you wrote that. You put Seljuks in different category you compared them with Oguz Turk that is not correct as Seljuks were also Oguz Turks…Just like Ottoman dynasty is named after Osman these thing is about Seljuk dynasty its named after a man called Seljuk who founded it.
Awesome reading,love the history.Za
let alone be the history as we are not there to confirm. I love all the episodes which i think messages of Islam are conveyed 😁.
Excellent series and written story, no doubt there is a planner for all and InshahAllah there will be another rise of Muslim Ummah in this century
I’ve been watching this Ertugrul
Saga. Iam enjoying it.Beautiful done. Each actor out does the other!!
can you plz add a little more adout halime and make one for kurulus Osman plz thank you
I have watched complete Netflix movie ”resurrection Ertugrul “ an Islamic History Project it was brilliant. Although, I doubt some of the historical relevance of movie. What impressed me was the outstanding acting, characterisation , the makeup , costuming and lack of special effects. It enlightened me about aspects of Islam that I found fascinating.
The devotion of the Turks of Yayi tribe to the holy belief of spreading Islam.
I was to impressed by humanity and honesty involved in following Islam, which is today over shadowed by ISIS. Ertugul’s sense of belief in Allah, Justice and fairness are contrasted by those who are in conflict with him, whether it be Christians,Mongols, Byzantines or even other Turkish tribe.
It has totally changed my opinion of followers of Islam as being devoted and fair minded people. In some respect, they are more devoted and honest than a good deal of Christians practising today, as they truly understand tolerance, fairness and allowing other religious believes to practices within their own territory without persecution. Where trade and exchange, education is preferred to conflict and war.
I enjoyed your historical commentary. Thank you.
Great historic program, very good
Really good series!!!!
But i would like to know who Sulyman Shah’s first wife was and where all the graves are.
My husband and I love this show. we are on season 4. I’m 62 and live in the us. I think its the best show ever on Netflix.
i am from the decedent of great grant shaik abdul khadir al jilani through miran hussaini bughdadi loved the series very much and the got very much happy to see our grand shaik izzat in the series
A brilliant series. I have learned so much about love, respect, trust, loyalty, ambition, and determination. Also bribery ,corruption, greed and deception . It does not matter to me whether all the events and characters are totally factual. The essence is in the messages which are hugely inspiring and sometimes mind boggling. Thoroughly enjoyed the entire series. Will probably watch whole series again. The actors were absolutely brilliant. Loved it!!!!💖
Forget the cinematic license with history, this is a great show with lots of story line and drama. The screen play and acting is first rate. Who needs Hollywood. I like that there is some historical significance to the show. My wife and I are hooked.
I was in Turkey recently and I was amazed of how much beauty and how much history this country has, I been a fan of evil eye accessories but Turkey is more than that. I found out about Ertugrul after I came from there and I am looking forward to go back to visit Bursa and Sogut.
I am passionate about history and I am catholic but my husband is Muslim and I learned a lot from this show about this religion.
Does anybody knows where I can watch Dirilis Osman?.
Great info ! Love the series. Watching third season. Gave a lot of insight on the nomadic life. And sacrifices they made for Allah and Islamic state. Love it
Its one of the best series in the world, i thankful to those who made it and expose the sacrifice of these legendry people..please make season 6 of Resurrection.
I love watching this series and eager to know much about history. Excellent character choices in series, superb cinematography and awesome dialogue and outfits.
Muslims need ertagrul again
I Loved it!after watching i feel 20 years younger,i hv been watching movies from Hollywood to Bollywood and to date am in awe………….10/10.if Halime Sultan in real life is not married,I WILL U MARRY ANYDAY!
I am extremely pleased to have seen this TV series. An eye opener for me. I have appreciated Usmni empire. But to know the the story is a great knowledge for me
Thank for bringing such show with such calibre is vey appreciated
This article is 97 % fiction, they related it the fictional DE series which was created out of 7 pages into 150 episodes, shame 👊
I am also with you, this man is very great
even though stoy ma be little idealised but if some one wants to know what is the true islam ?????? may study the teaching of Quraan and re conciliate muslim characters . may Allah show all of us the right path of this mortal life.
Most of your article is fiction, the only truth known to Ertugrul was he was rewarded by Sultan Aladdin Sogut for participating in a battle and he was Osman’s father through a coin, the rest is all fiction so stop spreading lies and made up stories.
It is an epic adventure to really learn deep part of Turkish empire! Fascinating and full of suspense!!
Very interesting series but surprises me is the real life of these characters
I love this serie……..This is the best series in the world.I love the charactors Ertugrul,Halime Sultan,Ertugrul’s three best alps , Hayme and Suleyman Shah….I LOVE ALL OF THEM
Captured by the trailer, I was hooked in the first 10 minutes! Brilliant! inspiring! I CANNOT STOP WATCHING! my faith is uplifted, every episode makes me praise God! The web of treachery can only be overcome by the faithful heart of a man who’s steps are seen by God!
I know it’s been more than a year now but I am still salty about the fact that the writers didn’t stay true to the real history and made quite huge changes in the last season specially the decision to kill off Halime( a stupid stupid stupid decision ever) And completely destroying the show for me. If only they had stayed true to the history, I wouldn’t have been this disappointed with season 5. However, this show has a special place in my heart and I still miss the story and characters way too much.
You are so right… Just started season 5 but still upset about Hakine death.. It left so much gap in the series and broken heart though I still LOVE the show very much. I am nervous to learn about more death on team Ertugrul. Best show ever!
Thank you for sharing Ertugrul history. I have enjoyed the series so much.
I am Jewish and proud of it. I did not judge this series based on religion. I’m sure most of it was exaggerated. I judged this series based on the characters, some of the best acting ever, the story, action scenes, gorgeous costumes, the little boy who portrays Gonduz and most of all the music and dialogue. If this would a Hollywood production, it would win every award. So thank you to all the writers, producers, cameramen, musicians, set designers etc.
Excellent, I m more absorb now watching know9ng the history
great drama and the drama give the history of our muslim herooo . I have not knew about the history of muslim but when i learn and see the Ertugrul drama and i knew very well .. very informatve and best drama…..
Very good information i love Islamic history thanks
will there be more episodes after the great battle?
Very informative never new about these facts before watching Ertugrul. I personally felt the desire read about islamic history…Keep posting
I want to get this article in Urdu can someone help me please?
Nice informations, you provided, The best article written ever, we should to value our great heroes,
You can watch it here Ertugrul Ghazi Drama
A commendable effort to bring more light to Ertugrul´s past and the vibrant events surrounding his period
Assalamoalaikum. Hey tnx for the info very helpful have been in the craze of ertugrul n I love it. Btw just a bit of confusion in the tv show Artuk bey is right hand of ertugrul as shown he is alive with him. But ur source says he died in 1091 tats 11 century but ertugrul is of 13 century like how is this even possible.
Plz reply me n explain it.n correct me of I’m wrong.
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Can you all please stop makinh references to “Wikipedia”. Since when did wikipedia become authentic? All you need to do is pay up and register yourself as a source on this shitty site and there you go, you can write anything about anyone, make changes to historic facts however you like. People with even half a brain won’t ever refer to wikipedia for historical facts. You guys should too
I am presently watching the series on Netflix and I had to so some quick research on who these people were in Turkish History. I am a Jamaican so you understand I am totally hooked unto the series. I have problems with the writing and the portrayal of some of the characters in the movie as they seem flat and cannot see further than their nose but it is a TV drama so I understand and Turks are not like how they are presented in the Movie. Well done. Thoroughly enjoying it.
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You simply copy pasted Wikipedia
I am currently watching the series and I was curious to know how much of the series was factual based. Till now, I absolutely love it but I still can’t get over the fact that Ertugrul marries again after Halime.
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Really appreciated your knowledge but through some posts I read that Ertugrul was even not a muslim he only fought but not any history showed that he was muslim ,but his son was inspired by Islam , Osman and so on muslim fought under his command
no matter what is the actual history but do u know how america won cold war? it because they used media very well against russians. this series drama ertugrul has exposed christians and jews. in the drama they tell us how they worked and still working. since we arr in a media war. please be positive.
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many christians and non muslims are being muslim after watching erturgul
Suleman shah was died due to a pain on his backbone, when they conquered Thomas fort, they were coming back to the tribe on the way they were passing the river in that river suleyman shah fell down & died as I have seen in drama.!!!!
Thank you so much for this information when i was finish my season i have more curiosity to know about the ertugrul ghazi thank you so much for this information ☺️☺️☺️☺️
Nice and Informative
I have heard that Ertugrul Ghazi serial is very popular in Pakistan. We had the same expectation from the people of Pakistan. How did you like the role of Ertugrul? Please tell by commenting. The friendship between Pakistan and Turkey is Red heart.
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It is probably the most popular show on tv in Pakistan right now. Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan asked PTV (tv channel owned by state of Pakistan) to translate it in Urdu. I am also watching it right now.
Great people never die..
I love very much the history now I interested to more about the culture
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Ertugal is veri impressive drama
Hand offs your look by ertugrul ghazi history
this series just took my herat
The real face of islam is Ertigrul Ghazi, teaches us honesty , braveness and justice . There is lesson to all folowers of islam how the the islam spreaded in the world.
I really enjoy it
It makes u understand more about the religion of Islam
Actually one person while acting out in ertugrul reverted into a Muslim with the religion of Islam
Islam is a peaceful religion
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Lord Kinross, the British military historian in the Book ‘The Ottomans”….layed out the path of the series where Ertugrul was mentioned a few tiemes acknowledging that at time of book research, Ertugrul had some basis in historical reality despite the current ignroance about him. Osman, his son, due to his position in the Empire along with many of the Sultans, appear more visibile due to status vs the ‘sheepherder father. The figures are real but we do not know much about them. Enjoy the entertainment but consult the background on your own. WIkipedia is a pointer only for one to do addtional research. p.s. Ural Bey and his evildoers are what the leaders of the day had to deal with and their Byzantine manifestations of trickery and deceit. allahu akbar
That is good but ..it’s not enough. …please describe deeply
“The Ottoman Centuries: The Rise and Fall of the TUrkish Empite by Lord Kinross. He is also the author of “Ataturk”. These are execllent background for accurate information. The epic adventure is based on these historical legends but it is in context (to my view) to the Prologue of “The Ottoman Centuries” where Anatolia, the crossing of east and west traditions involved much of the Byzantine intrigues as seen in the 5 series programme. Many of the story lines are part of the entertainment realm but it does reflect the struggles of the Turks entering Anatolia and the Mongol attempt to push their territorial integrity into Europer proper.
As the initial history states, only 7 pages exist that show these people as part of the heroic struggel to survive in a hostile environemnts and Kinross’ accounts do verify that reality. Many Orthodox communites accepted Ottoman rule because it was better than Byzantium and they adopted the traditions and cultural norms that show they were at peace with choices. Why would the Turkish military establishment (at that time) accept Christian boys to be part of their troops if they did not see some chance of ‘loyalty’, if even it was a short term one (see Yeniseri/Janissary Corps).
Even in the 1st Season (or so) Ertugrul realized that for the steppe people to be ‘successful’, they had to be knowledgeable in trade, as craftsmen, ability to market/sell to others who would be contemptuous of their presence, etc so these steppe peoples had to integrate that new concept into their normal sheepherder steppe life.
Season 5 the the girl playing charecter of ilbilge could have been a better looking and better personality she doesn’t suit to her character I am surprised the casting director couldn’t find a beeter one
i love this series i cannot get enough of it , i am rooting for ertugurl
Was Aliyar a real person?
Totally fabricated and untrue story
He was a barbarian fighting for his own survival which had nothing to do with islam
Neither he was a kind of muslim to be followed
Turkish version which is based on false stories about this useless guy they are trying make hero
@ Saqib: Where is your proof for this slander? Show me one source of reference that supports what you have said. Ertugrul was the father of Osman I, founder of Ottoman Empire which lasted 600 years and flourished and shined in the world as a great civilization. The roots of this empire was planted by Ertugrul himself and Osman developed it fully. This is known history. Of course, the TV series is a fictionalized story based loosely on real history. There was not much detail recorded of the life of Ertugrul Gazi. However, your characterization of him is nothing but nonsense.
@Saqib, how does making this comment make you feel? Are you pleased with yourself?
Ertugrul *(Engin…)* looks like he was born to play Ertugrul….the transition in his voice acc to situation ,the way he makes an entry somew ,the way he treats everybody acc to their capacity …..God! he is just Amazing
I haven’t seen any research work from your side, what ever they have showed in Ertugual Series you summarized and jot down in your words…
I have been hooked on this series for weeks now. During my seclusion due to the Covid Virus I have viewed many foreign series/movies….French, Denmark, Germany, Australia and two Turkish. My take away has been that we all may be of different Nationalities, cultures but we have far more similarities than differences! We all want happy, healthy free lives. We all have experienced evil unethical corrupt people in our governments, religions, neighbors and sometimes family. There are times when we feel the corrupt & greedy are the only ones winning in this life. Resurrection’s scenery, pictorial scene of nomadic steppe life and a dash of the history has been enjoyed during these stressful days at home. I would love to visit the country! Thank you!
History about Artuk Bey is wrong or contradiction or may be of another name-sake person. He was with Ertugrul in 13th century, not in 11th century. There is a difference of 200 years between 11 and 13 centuries.
Such a great personalities, brave, honest and too many things we must learn from them as we read their history
please give the information of Dogan.
ertugrul and halima had 3 sons as i saw in tv show but there is written as he had 4 son
My husband has watched Resercetion 3 ×’s in a row it took 3 months on netflex it was absolutely wonderful make more like this
any suggestion of book which describe ertughrul real life?
Vary Enlightening excellent presentation
I watched the series two times now and will probably watch it again. The series (even though it is TV), made me curious enough to do a little checking and historical reading . I was curious and wanted to learn more. I love history and am finding that the history of the people and their accomplishments are amazing. The actors were wonderful and I thought did a fantastic job – it would be great to see them all together again. Even though I was reading text to get the story – after a few short sessions I forgot I was reading the text.
Since the tribe’s economy is based on Kalim and herbal medicine, can anyone tell me more about their eating habits, their herbal medicines that they lived so strong lives with east healing from battle wounds and live such long lives as far back as the 13th century. I see them eating flat bread, roasted meats and game birds such as quail, I see them applying parts of herbs on wounds. No one looks obese. Secondly, I see no dogs used by security guards, no wolves and bears in the forests.
Ertugrul is weak I m strong
I do not know that……Ertugrul has strong Faith…. So if you want to be strong…..you have to have strong faith in Allah (not to be mercenary or anything).
Once you watch the Ertugrul series…. you’ll get addicted. It’s really nice though. My dad watched the whole thing and so am I. The Crusaders had the same symbol as in the live of Salahuddin Al- Ayyubi. His time was in the time of the Crusaders too. You should watch the animated series of Salahuddin Al-Ayyubi! I watched it and it’s really addicting….. but the episodes only go up to 25 or 26.
Being deployed to Saudi in 1990, Iraq 2003 and Afghanistan 2011, I gain much respect how the these countries have always been at war, there is so much historical history, I am of Aztec decent and appreciate history God bless everyone.
I & my wife was very excited to watch each episode from Netflix.
I loved this show……and my husband and I really miss watching Ertugrul and his alps on Netfix. I’m on my second round of Ertugrul bey. But, I just read this article( several others too) that all the Sultans from Ottoman Empire caged and killed their siblings when they took power. ??? 🙁 Some caged young children. They teach this ???. This totally ruined the show for me 🙁
The Best Movie ever..The Actors are Awesome..Turkey has some Handsome Men..Turgut is so fine..Ive learned alot bout the Quran..This movie has opened my mined to alot of the Muslim world..Love this Movie..❤❤❤
The fact that you wrote lengths about Ertugral and quoted that he was married to Halime Sultan and didn’t mention Sultan Mehmed II goes to show how ignorant you are about Turkish history.
I’d recommend you study the 2 volumes on Ottoman Empire before you write bragged and fictional history.
Would it be possible for you to send me more information on these great men I have recently started watching the show and I am greatly interested and how they lived what they believed and how things were at that time
I am very impressed, with this post, admin is very informative entity.
i have been watching this on Netflix the subtitles are terrible but i still cant stop watching it
So informative regarding Turkish history,, Islamic faith, and culture. Well produced and entertaining. Loved every episode
This is the blog, giving us amazing history of Muslims, just people don’t get this type of info’s.
can you put Dogan?
The history told here, is absolutely fake. The actual history has been shown in the official TV Series of Drillis:Ertugrul. THIS IS ALL FAKE!
Great show , watching it one came to know each character quite intimately which drew one inside the story very immersive and nice history lesson of which i knew nothing about.
Some of the Characters were so deeply defined such as Emir Sadatin OMG this man was portrayed as so evil in such a masterful way, he represented the Political mind taken to its evil limits. While having to read the English Caption was not too easy i did enjoy listening the sound of the Turkish language (Kardash) for example was the name of a store in Montreal and i never knew what it meant but now i know ‘Brother’ .
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Really enjoyed the series. I have learned so much about Islam and Turkish culture. You cannot deny that a better understanding of other civilizations is valuable.
Me and my husband watch the show on Netflix about 20 times, waiting for OSMAN A to come to Netflix . Me and my husband really enjoyed this Turkish show now its time for OSMANA to so we can watch them in order. I like to say Thanks for having all the shows in English for us to watch. To me it’s the number one show on Netflix Thanks.
Thx For Sharing Wonderful Article about Ertugrul .
Resurrection is a great series for sure and I got hooked once I started it but this posting does not really add anything to the true story of Ertugrul and his tribe, in fact it just copies what is in the film. I found this book very helpful in that regard ‘Ertugrul Ghazi: A Very Short Biography.’
I’m really enjoying watching the series on Netflix. I’m very aware that it’s historical fiction but for a student of history like me, it leads me to do more research on the actual history of characters and places in the series. I’d read about the Seljuks and of course the Ottomans and visited Turkey once so I am familiar with a bit. To those complaining that it’s fictional therefore a waste of time, I don’t agree. I’m not Muslim but in this time of really negative portrayal of Muslims around the world, it’s refreshing to see how societies around the world have embraced the series and it’s positive portrayal of Islam. When I visit Turkey next I’ll go looking for Halime Sultan and my sister wants to marry Ertugrul 😊.
one tv show did change us
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So much informative & helpful though it couldn’t be explained in one sentence honestly speaking. Really great work done by you. May Allah bless you always to make you help the generations from any continent to know all these informative situations. Salam & love from Bangladesh 🇧🇩
Ertughral Ghazi series has some importance. The story writer did his job matchless. The selection of characters is marvelous. Direction is matchless and this dramma is much better than pakistani Aakhri chattan and shaheen.
She was the mother .
The great story of great peoples.
I’ve watched the series 3 times (1-5 seasons). I really love the movie and have a great admiration with main those mast there. I hope another seasons be coming.
I am absolutely fascinated with this history so much has been kept for me because I am American and an outsider I would love to know more about the Ottoman empire and the steepes and Aleppo I would love to know if there was ever peace between the original crusaders which were supposed to be Men of Honor even by Islamic history that I have read of late I know the later crusades were a sham but I know that the first crusaders protected both Muslim and Christian and held Muslims in high regard and honor I would love to know more of the history from the people who actually live there and know more of it because so much of it is hidden from us here is there anyone I could speak with via internet or letter normal mail that would understand the American language I want to start studying the Turkish language as I am greatly interested in learning about the culture I find the people that I am learning about to be very proud dignified God fearing humble honest people and I would be honored to meet or speak with any of them at any time peace be with you and may God shine upon you all your friend Jeff Gibbs
I watched all the season it’s too much good ❤️big fan of ertugrul ghazi and still I am watching osman ghazi❤️ and it is also tooo good ❤️big fan of osman ghazi too❤️ Love from. INDIA.
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Resurrection Ertugrul, was a great movie, I watched it twice, but there were a lot of stupid people that were chosen to play main characters, the woman who played Ertugrul, second wife was the worst, she was nothing compared to Halime, a taller and better looking woman should of been chosen. This short stupid woman acting was the worst. And there was a lot of the other actors was not fit for a movie of this caliber.
I have watched that series five times already I loved it the history is excellent. I would love to own a book about the history.
Great Muslim rulers of their time not like the corrupt rulers of today 😞
I’m Brown a female live in Chicago, Il aKa African-American that’s what they call brown people in United States I love you movie I feel some type away because I don’t have a second language but I’m watching it and read it in English my mother six and 15 grandkids and I would like to visit your country keep making the truthI don’t know you guys but I love you
Fascinating history, remarkable military prowess tactics and strategies to accomplish so much. I was wondering where the Kaye Tent (settlement) was supposed to be near Aleppo as well as the Templars Castle in the Amnos mountains, Antioch is mentioned in the Ertugrul series also, but I am curious as to the distances between these places in reference to the Kaye Settlement (Suliman Shaw’s Tent).
he only had one wife and shes his only wife even though he marries another girl in last season but actually he never really loved her that much
Kindly write about Aslihan Hatun. Is she is a fictional character? Because I’ve not found a single article about her from history.
I really love watching Ertugrul because i want to know the history of great true warrior. But it is killing me when i know that the producer change the real history by end the live of halime sultan so early compared to history fact i.e. halime sultan live till age 90s and died after ertugrul.
I really disagree with addition of fiction character ilbilge hatun who acted as ertugrul 2nd wife. This fiction somehow manage to change people’s understanging from the real true history. Please change back Resurrection of Ertugrul series and follow exactly the flow of history. Then the series will become most valuale assets to the world.
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I just discovered this show on Net Flicks in February. It took me two months to watch all 450 episodes. It consumed all my free time. One of the best shows that I have ever watched based on history. I liked it so much I just finished watching it again yesterday. Although I have never been a religious of spiritual person I really got in to the scenes with Arabi. Loved the action, loved the characters, and loved the battles. Wish there was more.
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Great series. I love every minute of each episode. I am drawn more towards God, watching Ibn Arabi.
So much to say but if I may, just one word to describe this series –
HUMONGOUS. The best of history we all can learn from it. Amen.
Stumbled on this series whilst scrolling ,decided to see what it was about, & became seriously ‘hooked’ Am on series 3 and watch at least 2/3 episodes every evening. My sleep is suffering! But worth it
Absolutely brilliant series, loved every minute acting was sublime and the historical references fascinating.
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This is one of the best things I’ve seen on TV. I think every American — even everybody in the world should see it. It helps so much to understand the Muslim religion and their history. And we’ve had so little opportunity to see the way their culture developed — so different from ours and yet so much the same. I hope they will continue the story and eventually dub in the English because more people would watch it then. I’m now hoping it will remain on Netfix so I can watch it a second time. Bye the way, the battle choreography is amazing! I hope they had fun!
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The movie Ressurection was fabulous. I being born Christian had limited knowledge of the Islamic religion. This movie gave me a great in site of the goodness and understanding of Islam and the peoples hardships of that time. The only derogatory thing I can say about this movie was the actors horsemanship and the pulling down of horses for a war sein was cruel and I am sure some horses were definitely hurt during the filming of this movie. Horses were in awesome shape and groomed beautifully. The actors were over the top! The absolute best! I fell in love with this whole movie and could not stop watching… The dialog was to die for. My question is “ Is that the way the common folk spoke or was that for the educated? The dialog was so beautiful. Never heard anything like it. M. B. The man who wrote it is to be commended. Bless their hearts to the people of Resurrection!!!!!!!!
What a illustrious account of all heros of our history. Jazaakallahu Khairuh, Wa ssalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullah.
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Very informative content I personally want to know about many characters and this make me ready to see other islamic history movies.
This is one of the best series I have encountered to watch.
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As a Polynesian, this move has sparked my interest in understanding the history of the Turks, etc., etc. especially the Suljics, the eventual formation of the Ottoman empire, and the Muslims as a whole. I didn’t realize how great they are as warriors just like the Mongolians and their dedication to Allah and to the teachings of Prophet Mohammed. I love the movie as it depicts many aspects of life…treachery, murder, family love, falling in love, deceit, execution, justice, praising God, knowing that all things are in God’s hands, etc. As of this comment, I have not finished watching the entire episode. Just when I thought the end of it is near, another situation rises forcing Ertugrul to face a new challenge. I like history and I understand that sometimes movies don’t depict all the facts but overall, I like how the movie was put together.
Why the producer ruined the Turkish history and killed Hayme Hatun?. This is a turkish history that made muslims proud. Why no one is suing the producer for his bad judgement.
A remarkable counterpoint to the long tradition of accepting the heroic righteousness of western truths in history AD, as depicted through popular culture. A thoughtful launching pad, stimulating a more equable understanding of the intrusiveness of the Crusades and the rise of the Ottoman Empire.
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Thank you for sharing this piece of historical information. I love watching miniseries based on historical events. I love resurrection, I can’t stop watching. I fell in love with characters. I’m rooting for them at every frighting scene.
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A good series on Islamic history. Well done to the actor, actresses, producer & writer…of the dialogues.
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, watched it twice ! I became a fast subtitle reader .
In an era when 35 was an old age no way did Ertugrul or Torkut live to be 91 and 125, no way.
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This is a wonderful explanation if history, I am a Christian but live to learn this history that created the Muslim religion , I must say the performance of these actors are beyond amazing, I have enjoyed it immensely , thank you
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