Kurulus Osman Season 2 Episode 29 (56) Urdu Subtitles – GiveMe5

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You are watching Kurulus Osman Season 2 Episode 29 (56) Urdu Subtitles, The Story of Real Hero of Muslim History, Son of Dirilis Ertugrul, who make the base.

The Kurulus Osman Series is about the Muslim Fighters and Leaders who fought and Martyr for the Muslims for making a powerful place.

The series is about people and their basic desires. Being human, we all have a desire for something. Some will have a desire for money, power, fame and some have a lust for knowledge. It shows betrayals and the moral dilemmas of loved ones.

Due to the desires, people around you be jealous of your achievements whom your trust, some people behave so sweet in front of your face and stab in your back, you can be trapped in false accusations when no one believes you.

This series throws light on the ways of successful leading life. Dirilis Ertugrul shows how a man can become a loving husband, good son, ideal father, and a good leader and fighter. Ghazi Ertugrul Believes in Allah and seeks help from Allah and his prayers get answered. He fights with the evils of the world with the power of Allah knowing that Allah will always help him and he will never betray.

Ertugrul was the father of Usman. He was a Kind and Brave man. Ertugrul was 3rd the son of The Suleman Shah, Leader of Kayi Tribe. Suleyman Shah (Serdar Gökhan) was the leader of the Kayi tribe. Suleyman Shah had four sons, Gündogdu, Sungurtekin, Ertuğrul, and the youngest Dundar. Kayi Tribe was famous for their brave soldier who fights in the battles.

There was a cold war among Muslims, Mangol, and Christians.

The series is full of the challenging journeys of a human who is on the edge of giving up many times in his life. We find him standing firm in the face of his enemy and fighting with the evil for the survival of his people and his tribe.

The Ottoman Empire was the longest time period Empire in the history of the Muslims. So this period has an important part in the history of Muslims which was around about 800 years. When the Ottoman Empire ends, that Empire has 47 countries.

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