Kosem Sultan By Solmaz Kamuran Translate By Sadia Shakoor

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  • Pages: 293
  • Book Code: 119
  • ISBN: 978-969-652-077-1
  • Book Quality: Paperback
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  • Book Name: Kosem Sultan
  • Book Author : ( i ) Solmaz Kamuran
  • Translate in Urdu: ( i ) Sadia Shakoor
  • Book Publishers: : Jumhoori Publications
  • Publish Date: ( 2017 )
  • Format: Hand Book
  • Language: Urdu
  • Category: Urdu Novels & Urdu Books
  • Pages: 293
  • Book Code: 119
  • ISBN: 978-969-652-077-1
  • Book Quality: Paperback

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Weight 0.500 kg
Dimensions 14 × 8 × 4 in
Book Binding

Hardcover

Book Quality

Originals

Language

Urdu

Pages

293

Book Code

119

ISBN

978-969-652-077-1

Book Publishers

Jumhoori Publications

About Book

ن (Kosem Sultan) استنبول میں 1954ءمیں پیدا ہوئیں۔ زیرنظر کتاب ”کوسم سلطان“ اُن کے ناول (Kosem Sultan) کا اردو ترجمہ ہے۔ اس ناول کی کہانی، تاریخ اور تخیل کے امتزاج پر مبنی ہے۔
عثمانی سلطان احمت 1603ءمیں اپنے والد محمت سوم کی بے وقت موت کے بعد تخت نشیں ہوا اور یہیں سے اس کہانی کا آغاز ہوتا ہے۔ ناول کا مرکزی کردار ”کوسم“ ہے جس کا تعلق یونانی جزیرے تینوس سے تھا۔ پندرہ برس کی عمر میں اغواکاروں نے اسے بوسنیا کے گورنر کے ہاتھ فروخت کیا جہاں سے وہ عثمانی شاہی حرم میں بھیج دی گئی۔ وہ عثمانی سلطان احمت کی منظورِنظر کنیز اور بعدازاں قانونی بیوی بنی۔ وہ دو عثمانی سلاطین سلطان مراد چہارم اور سلطان ابراہیم کی ماں، اور سلطان محمت چہارم کی دادی تھی۔
سلطان سلیمان عالیشان کے بعد سولہویں اور سترہویں صدی عیسوی میں 130سال سے زائد عرصہ عثمانی سلطنت پر شاہی حرم کی خواتین کی درپردہ حکومت رہی جو سلاطین کی منظورِنظر خواتین یا نوعمر سلاطین کی ماﺅں کی حیثیت سے ریاستی معاملات میں بے پناہ سیاسی اثرورسوخ رکھتی تھیں۔ اس کا ایک سبب برادرکشی کی روایت بھی تھی۔ سلطان محمت نے تخت نشینی کے بعد اپنے 19 بھائیوں کا سر قلم کیا تھا۔
کوسم سلطان، سلطنت عثمانیہ کی طاقتور ترین خاتون تھی۔ وہ دو مرتبہ نائب سلطنت رہی۔ ”خواتین کی سلطنت“ کی یہ ممتازترین شخصیت اپنے قتل کے بعد لوگوں میں ”والدہ مقتول“ اور ”شہید والدہ“ کے نام سے جانی گئی۔ سلطنت عثمانیہ کے پایہ¿ تخت استنبول کی گلیوں میں کئی روز تک اس کے بے رحمانہ قتل کا ماتم کیا جاتا رہا۔

About Author

amous Turks, translators and columnists, Kosem Sultan, were born in Istanbul in 1954. The book “Undermine Sultan” is a translation of Urdu’s translation of Kosem Sultan. The story of this novel is based on the combination of history and imagination.
Ottoman Sultan Ahmat was throne after the death of his father Mohmat Som in 1603, and this story starts from here. The novel’s role is “Kosmos”, which belonged to the Greek island of Tunisia. At the age of fifteen, the abductors sold him to the governor of Bosnia, where he was sent to the Ottoman royal palace. They were Kansen and later legal lawmakers in view of Ottoman Sultan Ahmet. He was the grandmother of two Ottoman slants Sultan Murad IV and the mother of Sultan Ibrahim, and Sultan Mohmat IV.
After Sultan Sulman Islashan, in the sixteenth and seventh centuries CE, more than 130 years of Ottoman Empire embedded in the dominant government of the royal hammers, who had a political influence in the state affairs as a mothers of women or teenagers, in view of the slavery. One reason for this was also the tradition of a brotherhood. Sultan Talmat had headed his 19 brothers after the throne.
Kausar Sultan was the powerful woman of Ottoman Empire. He was twice the Vice Empire. This prominent personality of “Women’s Empire” was named after the “mother of death” and “martyrdom” in his people after his death. During the streets of Ottoman Empire, the Ottoman Empire of Ottoman, many unhealthy murders were mourned for many days.

Nothing bad, but there is a Kosen Sultan who appears to hold the Guinness record for being the world’s tallest man, so not to be confused.)
In reality, the harem was an enclosed space for the women of the royal household, etymologically derived from the Arabic haram—forbidden—which allowed elite women to live in seclusion and yet still have access to and even exert control over the seat of power. In the Ottoman Empire, the women of the harem could be very influential, even enjoying a period in the 16th and 17th centuries known as the “Sultanate of Women” when, through regencies and political strategizing, they were practically in charge. It’s worth noting that this partly coincided with the height of the Empire’s power.

Kösem Sultan is one of the most extraordinary of these women. Born on a small Greek island around 1585, she eventually made her way to Constantinople at age fifteen, sold into the harem of the Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I, where she became a favorite of his and then became one of his wives.

Ahmed died in 1617, and in 1623 Kösem’s son Murad IV became Sultan and Kösem became Valide Sultan, or Mother of the Sultan. Because Murad was a minor, Kösem was his official regent—the first woman to ever rule the Ottoman Empire and one of only two who ever would. She was regent for nine years.

Now, as I hinted at earlier, the Ottoman Empire in this period was nothing to sneeze at. Its subjects numbered around thirty million, and its reach extended across North Africa, Eastern Europe, and most of what we now know as the Middle East. Like many empires, it could have probably quit while it was ahead circa 1550, but continued to expand and was mostly still doing A-OK until 1683, when the Ottomans whiffed at the disastrous siege of Vienna, undertaken by Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa Pasha.

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Kosem Sultan (کوسم سلطان)

Kosem Sultan (کوسم سلطان)
Born: Tinos, Greece
Died: 2 September 1651, Constantinople
Buried: Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Istanbul, Turkey
Spouse: Life Patterns


Ahmed I was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire

Sultan_I._Ahmet

Ahmed I was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1603 until his death in 1617. Ahmed’s reign is noteworthy for marking the end of the Ottoman tradition of royal fratricide; henceforth Ottoman


Son Of Kosem Sultan (کوسم سلطان)
1. Murad IV

Murad-IV-was-the-Sultan

Murad IV was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1623 to 1640, known both for restoring the authority of the state and for the brutality of his methods. Murad IV was born in Istanbul, the son of Sultan Ahmed I and the ethnic Greek Kösem Sultan

مراد IV سلطنت سلطنت عثمان سلطنت 1623 سے 1640 تک تھا، دونوں ریاستوں کو ریاستی اور ان کے طریقوں کے ظلم و امان کے بحال کرنے کے لئے جانا جاتا تھا. مراد IV میں استنبول، سلطان احمد I اور نسلی یونانی کوسم سلطان کے بیٹے پیدا ہوئے


2. Ibrahim

Ibrahim-I

Ibrahim was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1640 until 1648. He was born in Constantinople the son of Ahmed I by Valide Kösem Sultan, an ethnic Greek originally named Anastasia

ابراہیم عثمان سلطنت کی سلطان 1640 سے 1648 تک تھی. وہ پیدا ہوئے تھے، احمد احمد کا بیٹا کنڈننولوال میں ویلڈ کوسم سلطان، ایک اصل یونانی اصل میں اناساساسیا کے نام سے


3. Şehzade Kasım

Born: 1614, Istanbul, Turkey
Died: 17 February 1638, Istanbul, Turkey


4.Şehzade Suleiman

Born: 1613, Istanbul, Turkey
Died: 27 July 1635, Topkapı Palace, Istanbul, Turkey


5. Şehzade Mehmed

Born: 8 March 1605, Topkapı Palace, Istanbul, Turkey
Died: 12 January 1621, Istanbul, Turkey


6. Şehzade Orhan
Born: 1609, Istanbul, Turkey
Died: 1612, Istanbul, Turkey


7. Şehzade Sultan Selim
Murad IV’s brother
Born: 27 June 1611, Istanbul, Turkey
Died: 27 July 1611, Istanbul, Turkey


8. Gevherhan Sultan
Gevherhan Sultan was an Ottoman princess, daughter of Sultan Ahmed I and Kösem Sultan, half-sister of Sultan Osman II, and sister of Sultans Murad IV and Ibrahim of the Ottoman Empire. Wikipedia
Born: 1608, Istanbul, Turkey
Died: 1660, Istanbul, Turkey


9. Burnaz Atike Sultan
Burnaz Atike Sultan was an Ottoman princess, daughter of Sultan Ahmed I, half-sister of Sultan Osman II, and sister of Sultans Murad IV and Ibrahim of the Ottoman Empire.was an Ottoman princess. Wikipedia
Born: 1614, Istanbul Province, Turkey
Died: 1674, Istanbul Province, Turkey


10.Hanzade Sultan
Kösem Sultan’s daughter
Hanzade Sultan was an Ottoman princess. She was the daughter of Sultan Ahmed I and Kösem Sultan. She was a sister of Osman II, Murad IV and Ibrahim, and the paternal aunt of Mehmed IV. Wikipedia
Born: September 1607, Istanbul, Turkey
Died: 21 September 1650, Istanbul, Turk


11. Ayşe Sultan
Daughter of Ahmed I
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Ayşe Sultan was an Ottoman princess, daughter of Sultan Ahmed I and Kösem Sultan, half-sister of Sultan Osman II and sister of Sultan Murad IV and Sultan Ibrahim of the Ottoman Empire. Ayşe is known for her many politically motivated marriages. Wikipedia
Born: 1605, Constantinople
Died: May 1657, Istanbul, Turkey


12. Fatma Sultan
was an Ottoman princess. She was the daughter of Sultan Ahmed I and Kösem Sultan, sister of Murad IV and Ibrahim, and the paternal aunt of Mehmed IV. She is known for her many political marriages. Wikipedia
Born: 1606, Istanbul, Turkey
Died: 1670, Istanbul, Turkey


13. Cemre Sultan
Kösem Sultan’s daughter
Born: 1616, Istanbul, Turkey
Parents: Kösem Sultan


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