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Yunus Emre also known as the Dervis Yunus was a Turkish folk poet and Sufi spiritualist who enormously affected the Turkish culture. Yunus Emre was born on 1238 in the sakarya valley Turkey. He wrote in Old Anatolian Turkish, a beginning phase of Turkish language. During his childhood when Yunus Emre lived with his mother in this town, he ended up in a sort of ghariblik, a peculiarity, a feeling of otherness which at times dove him into dejection. More often than not, Yunus Emre meandered without help from anyone else through vineyards and orchards where he ended up in profound examination. One day as he was meandering alone once more, he experienced “the miserable waterwheel.” While raising and bringing down the waters of a stream to water vineyards and orchards, the waterwheel reverberated as though it were sobbing and groaning. He was overpowered by the impact of the waterwheel since its moaning really voiced his own condition of otherness, his isolation in this world.
This is the great heroic story of Yunus Emre, after joining Taptuk Emre’s dergâh (dervish monastery), he proceeds to follow his journey on becoming a dervish. This series is created by Osman Bodur (2015-2016). The show is famous in Turkey & abroad particularly Pakistan and Azerbaijan but also has been banned in Arab countries and Fatawa has been issued against this show. The Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Imran Khan praised the show and recommended people to watch it.
The empire of the great Seljuk Turks, established in Khorassan by the mid-eleventh century, had already expanded its borders to the lands of Anatolia. The Byzantine empire which ruled Anatolia launched the Crusades to preserve its borders against the threat of these Seljuk Turks. The armies of the Crusades were defeated in their battles against them, and the Seljuk Turks established precedence over the Byzantines by conquering Anatolia. Yet shortly afterward, the empire of the great Seljuk Turks collapsed as the Anatolian state of the Seljuk Turks was formed, while the Crusades still continued. And so not only did Anatolia itself fall into ruin from the ravages of war, but the Anatolian state of the Seljuk Turks was also seriously weakened in spite of their major victory over the armies of the Crusades. Reference: TurkishCulture.