Dirilis Ertugrul (Resurrection: Ertugrul) is an epic story rooted in the historical events of Anatolia (modern-day Turkey). It is the tale of a daring character with enthralling love and a sense of justice that was strong enough to change the fate of the World. The nomadic Kayi tribe of the Oghuz Turks are on a quest to find a place they can finally call home. Ertugrul, the leader of the tribe, leads his people through perseverance against hardship while striving for justice and maintaining the traditions of the land. By battling his enemies with strength and bravery, Ertugrul consequently plants the seed that would lead to the founding of the Ottoman Empire, which had spread across three continents and ruled for six centuries.
Fatih who is young and promising Turkish diplomat wait to start his new oversea duty. When terrorists killed district governor of Virankaya in Turkey, he change his mind and take the place of that governor.
An epic journey full of love, mystery and struggle. Melikshah comes to the throne. after the death of the Seljuk ruler Sultan Alparslan, who opened the doors of Anatolia to the Turks. On the same day, he also received the news that he lost his beloved Kipchak girl Basulu while giving birth. Although this situation is very difficult for Melikshah, he gives his son to NizamulMulk knowing that he won't be able to see his son ever again.
Sencer who was raised with the principles that he was destined to be with his state and his only purpose would be to serve the state, becomes an idealist hero after an education that takes years and this makes him Sultan Melikshah's fidai. Sencer, one of the most reliable men of NizamulMulk is ready to undertake all the difficult tasks for his state.
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As Mongol invasions are getting more frequent, Yunus travels to Nallihan where he establishes himself as Seldjuk official. After joining Taptuk Emre's dergâh (dervish monastery), he proceeds to follow his journey on becoming a dervish.
Bow and arrow give humans the chance to hunt down animals that are faster than them and enable us to fight in groups in wide-ranging battlefields. In our documentary series, we will watch the ages-long journey of this weapon, which is as old as mankind itself and trace the glorious Turkish archers ranging from Central Asia to Europe.