The History of the Ottoman Empire of Sultan Murad 1

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The History of the Ottoman Empire of Sultan Murad 1


The History of the Ottoman Empire of Sultan Murad 1

One night, Sultan Murad felt a sore knee, but he could not find out why, so he called the security in charge.

It was the custom of the king that he would disguise himself and announce the news to the people, saying,

Let’s spend some time with people.

When he reached a corner of the city, he saw a man lying down. The king shook him and saw that he was a dead man. People were passing by him.

The king called out to the people,

Come brothers,

People gathered and they could not recognize the king. Question: What’s the matter?

The king said: This man is dead. Why didn’t anyone pick it up? Who is he and where is his family?

The people said: This is a very bad and sinful person.

So Sultan Murad said: Is he not from the Ummah Muhammad i? Let’s pick him up and take him home.

The people reached the dead house.

What said her wife when they bring the dead body?

His wife started crying when she saw her husband.

People gone outside.

The king and his security are in charge of hearing the woman’s cry.

She was saying,

I bear witness, surely you are the Wali of Allah. And he is from the good people.

Sultan Murad was very surprised – how can this be? People were talking about him and were not ready to touch his dead body.

His wife said: I also expected this from people _ The real truth is that my husband went to the wine shop every day, bought as much wine as he could and brought it home and poured it into the donkey. And he said that the burden of sin is lighter than that of Muslims.

In the same way, he went to a bad woman at night and gave her one night’s wages and told her to close her door. No one will passed  now.

He came to the home and said, Praise be to God! Today, I have lightened the burden of the sin of the woman and the young Muslim.

People saw him coming to these places.

One day, I said, Remember,  On the day you die, people will not bathe you, pray for you, or bury you.

He smiled and said to me, “Don’t be fooled. It will be seen that my funeral will be read by the king of the time, scholars and saints.”

Hearing this, the king grew up and started saying: I am Sultan. Tomorrow we will bathe him. We will offer his funeral prayers and we will also do his burial.

Therefore, his funeral was attended by the King, Ulama, Auliya and many people.



The History of the Ottoman Empire of Sultan Murad 1


Today we sit and judge ourselves by looking at something or just hearing from others.

If we know the secrets of other people’s heart, then our tongues will become dumb.

we should not give blame others when we will not be understood.


Who was Sultan Murad 1?

Murad I, an Ottoman sultan who ruled from 1360 to 1389, was born in 1326 or 1327 and died in Kosovo on June 20/28, or August 28, 1389. During Murad’s tenure, the Ottoman Empire rapidly expanded into Anatolia and the Balkans, and new systems of governance and administration emerged to strengthen Ottoman dominance in these regions.

Full name: Murad bin Orhan
Parents: Orhan, Nilüfer Hatun

How did sultan Murad 1 die?

Although Murad was assassinated by a Serbian noble who claimed to desert to the Ottoman camp, a coalition of northern Serbian lords and Bosnians halted the Ottomans at Plonik in 1387 or 1388. However, in 1389, Murad and his son Bayezid (later Bayezid I) overcame them at the first Battle of Kosovo.

How was sultan Murad 1 reign?

As his father Orhan’s successor, Murad assumed the throne. Murad’s men quickly advanced into western Thrace, conquered Adrianople and Philippopolis, and compelled John V Palaeologus, the Byzantine emperor, to become a vassal. Edirne, once known as Adrianople, was designated as Murad’s capital.

The History of the Ottoman Empire of Sultan Murad 1

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