Jahangir son of sultan suleiman

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jahangir son of sultan suleiman

The Sultans Harem by Colin Falconer

From the author of the critically acclaimed When We Were Gods comes a dramatic, unforgettable novel of cruelty and passion, set in the great Harem of the Ottoman Empire.

In Constantinople there is only one ruler: Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent, Lord of Lords of this World, Possessor of Men’s Necks, Allah’s Deputy, absolute ruler of the mighty Ottoman Empire. And at the heart of his palace is the Sultan’s vast Harem, the domain of hundreds of scented, pampered women—some wives, some concubines, some merely slaves. Among them is Gulbehar, the Sultan’s submissive favorite and mother of his heir; Julia, the daughter of an Italian lord, kidnapped when she attempted to flee Venice with her lover; and Hurrem, a Tartar girl from the Russian steppes, sold into slavery.

All three women are beautiful, but Hurrem is the most dangerous—ruthless in her desire to rule the Harem and, ultimately, Suleyman himself. Endlessly manipulative and clever, she carefully arranges the downfall of her rivals and endears herself to the Sultan, who places her at the center of the Empire’s power. It is his obsession with Hurrem—not his enemies—that in the end costs Suleyman his allies, his sons, and finally his dynasty.

Bestselling author Colin Falconer offers an irresistible glimpse into a world of intrigue, sensuality, and violence, where an empire can be controlled not by the might of its king but by the women hidden behind the Harem walls.
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Sehzade Cihangir

Suleiman became a prominent monarch of 16th-century Europe , presiding over the apex of the Ottoman Empire's economic, military and political power. Suleiman personally led Ottoman armies in conquering the Christian strongholds of Belgrade and Rhodes as well as most of Hungary before his conquests were checked at the Siege of Vienna in He annexed much of the Middle East in his conflict with the Safavids and large areas of North Africa as far west as Algeria. Under his rule, the Ottoman fleet dominated the seas from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea and through the Persian Gulf. At the helm of an expanding empire, Suleiman personally instituted major legislative changes relating to society, education, taxation and criminal law.

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Perhaps best known for his overhaul of the Ottoman government during his reign, Suleiman was known by many names, including "The LawGiver. As a child, he studied at the Topkapi Palace in Istanbul where he learned theology, literature, science, history, and warfare. As sultan, Suleiman would lead 13 major military expeditions and spend more than 10 years of his year reign out on campaigns.
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Selim had been an unlikely candidate for the throne until his brother Mehmed died of smallpox, his half-brother Mustafa was strangled to death by the order of his father, his brother Cihangir died of grief at the news of this latter execution, and his brother Bayezid was killed on the order of his father after a rebellion. Selim was born in Constantinople Istanbul , on 28 May , during the reign of his father Suleiman the Magnificent. In , at Konya , Selim married Nurbanu Sultan , whose background is disputed. Hubbi Hatun , a famous poet of the sixteenth century, was a lady-in-waiting to him. Selim II gained the throne after palace intrigue and fraternal dispute, succeeding as sultan on 7 September A plan had been prepared in Constantinople for uniting the Volga and Don by a canal in order to counter Russian expansion toward the Ottomans' northern frontier.

He was the son of Suleyman the Magnificant and Hurrem Sultana. Hurrem Sultana was Slav originated. Selim was very well educated. In his father's period he ruled many provinces in Anatolia. While acting as a governor he continued his education. Suleyman I had passed away when Selim was the governor of Kutahya. On hearing his father's death he went to Istanbul.

From birth, he had many health issues and developed a humped back , which kept him out of the competition for the throne and made him very sensitive and impressionable. However, he was the subject of much loving attention of his parents and was very well educated and said to be one of the cleverest of his siblings and half-siblings. He never participated in any campaigns or wars, and never ruled a province Turkish : sanjak. On 6 October , during his father's Persian campaign, on which Cihangir accompanied him, Cihangir's beloved elder half-brother and heir apparent to the throne, Mustafa , was executed on the orders of their father. When Cihangir heard this news, he felt great sadness because he knew that his brother had been unjustly killed. Afterward, his health deteriorated and he declined to eat food.

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  1. Odo A. says:

    Sehzade Cihangir (9 December – 27 November ) was an Ottoman prince. He was the sixth and youngest child of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.

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  4. Francis C. says:

    When Mera Sultan was first aired certain people started the propaganda that it was anti-Islamic and meant to defile the image of a great Muslim ruler.

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