Kurulus Osman, which expects to reveal insight into chronicled occasions as a dramatization series, shows a lowlife, who is a Byzantine commandant named Nikola. His life and passing are every now and again examined by watchers.
They likewise need to know the meaning of Nikola throughout the entire existence of the Ottoman Empire. In this article, I will inform you concerning Nikola’s finished history with references. We can get Nikola’s set of experiences from different verifiable sources yet every one of them are Muslims. In any case, the disarray is here is that different verifiable cases have been made with regards to Aya Nikola.
A few students of history guarantee that Nikola was the Tekfur of Inegol, But a few sources guarantee that he was a Christian holy person. That is the reason many holy places and urban areas in Turkey are named after him, and his numerous supernatural occurrences are referenced in Christian books.
There is a concise presentation of Nikola in the set of experiences composed by popular Byzantine student of history of the time George Pachymeres, that he was the Tekfur of lnegol. Just Muslim antiquarians have referenced him exhaustively in their works. Its main motivation is that history specialists call the time of Osman Ghazi “A recorded dark opening”.
Furthermore, this is on the grounds that the soonest history of the ascent of Osman Ghazi and the Ottoman Empire was composed 100 years after Osman. The inquiry stays concerning who Nikola was and what he had to do with Osman Ghazi? We can discover this reply in Asikpasazade’s book Tevarih-I-Al-I Osman, which recognizes a genuine reference for the historical backdrop of the Ottoman Empire.
Ever, this arrangement was made to kill Osman and the driving force of this arrangement was Inegol Tekfur Nikola. Allow us presently to comprehend the historical backdrop of Aya Nikola by knowing the occasions all together.
This is 1280 CE when Kayi Tribe lived in Domanic in summer and in Sogut in winter under the insurance of Ertugrul. In 1281 CE, when Osman Ghazi turned into the head of the Kayi Tribe, Ertugrul Ghazi has set up great relations with Bilecik Tekfur. Tekfur kept up with his well meaning goals during the time of Osman Ghazi who turned into the head of the Kayis after the passing of Ertugrul.
Around then Osman additionally had warm relations with its Byzantine neighbors. Truth be told, while the Kayi Tribe relocated among Domanic and Sogut they didn’t stress over losing the existence of their effects due to Bilecik Tekfur.
Interestingly, lnegol Tekfur would cut the street and harm Turk individuals’ effects and creatures. He would likewise meet with other Tekfurs, welcome them against Osman Ghazi with his malevolence and aggression, and make an arrangement to catch Domanic and Sogut. lengol Tekfur joined with other Byzantine Tekfurs and established the “Joined Byzantine Army”. Osman Bey’s territory was situated at an amazingly vital and hazardous point, around then, the palaces of Bilecik, Yenişehir, and lznik in the north, Harmankaya and Karacahisar landowners in the east, and lnegol, Kestel, Bursa in the west.
Osman stood up to Nikola in 1284 CE when Osman battled with Nikola and joined Byzantine Army thus Osman Began his strikes in 1284 CE. There were just 70 fighters with Osman in this fight and it’s obviously true that the Byzantine Army was a lot bigger than them. In this fight, Osman was crushed and his nephew, Savci Bey’s child, Behoca who was important for Osman Ghazi’s military, was martyred. This fight is called Ermeni-Beli.
This set of experiences, I will describe here is taken from Sami receptacle Abdullah al Maghlouth’s Atlas. They vindicated this loss in 1285 CE when Osman Ghazi walked with 300 alps to Kulacahisar, which was 12 kilometers from lengol .
Osman assaulted the palace around evening time and vanquished it.Nikola was exasperated at this triumph and couldn’t tolerate seeing the Turk Muslims possess this Roman palace. Aya Nikola aligned himself with the Tekfur of Karacahisar and the two promised to reclaim their territory from Muslims and slaughter them.
Be that as it may, when the fight started, Osman crushed the Byzantine with his little armed force and vanquished Karacahisar. This is known as the Battle of Karacahisar and here Osman confronted Aya Nikola for the subsequent time.Nikola then, at that point, brought forth a scheme to kill Osman, which I referenced prior. However, Harmankaya’s Tekfur Kose Mihal, who embraced covertly and was a companion of Osman, released his arrangement.
In this situation, Tekfur of Yarhisar and Bilecik welcomed Osman in their youngsters’ wedding. Their aim was that when Osman went to the wedding here, he would be captured and killed. As soon Osman heard this, he conceived an arrangement. He sent his forty alps in ladies’ clothing to Castle . At the point when these warrior showed up, they caught every one individuals and vanquished the palace. It is worth focusing on that among them was the girl of Tekfur or Yarhisar palace who’s name was Hola Fira. This present young lady’s name was changed by Osman to Nilufer Hatun. She was picked by Osman for his own orhan’s better half. Furthermore, in the wake of wedding Orhan, they had a child named Murad I.
Osman likewise attempted to oust the tekfur of lnegol in the wake of vanquishing both Karacahisar and Kulucahisar, who has effectively battled against the Ottoman in collusion with the past Tekfur of Karacahisar. This is known as the Battle of Domanic, battled in 1286 CE, in which Osman Bey’s sibling Savci Bey was martyred. Osman sent a military under the order of Turgut Alp to strike the Byzantine last loss. He afterward joined the military and vanquished the city.
It is said that Osman gave this city to Turgut and this city was named after Turgut as its first Muslim lead representative. History doesn’t specify how Nikola kicked the bucket, so we can’t utter a word doubtlessly about it. History instructor, Researcher and author Hassan Efe objection about the Battle of Domanic in a meeting to Domanic Gazetesi that “Many first sources like Kemalpashazade, Asikpasazade, Muneccim bey and Idris l Bitlis notice this conflict in Ottoman sources