Kurulus Osman Season 5 Episode 12 in Urdu / Hindi dubbed
Kurulus Osman Season 5 Episode 12 (S5 ep 12) in Urdu / Hindi by Geo Tv & Atv. Kurulus Osman Season 5 expands the story of Osman bey and the establishment of Ottoman Empire. He was not only a very unique and great poet, he was a philosopher and a writer. But above all, he was such a knight of the world of Ladinity that he opened the doors of discussion on controversial issues step by step. He was a great advocate of social justice of his time. But despite all this, he is known as an important name among the great classical poets of Arabia.
Kurulus Osman Season 5
Believe in Fatima as if someone has pressed a button. He spoke bitterly. “One who gets some knowledge first sits down to analyze religion. Someone asked if the Lord was a fool who took care of such a big world. So, when He created the universe, His will was to follow, right? So he shared all the mental, physical and economic differences in his creation to increase the beauty and splendor of his world.
The theme and challanges
Even some of the heads of his creatures start taking his kicks. Ali gave the first blow of the sharp eye to Fatima. Another apologetic glance was cast at the librarian, a middle-aged government employee who spoke proudly of his job. “My wife has a speech disorder. If it does not digest food, it does not digest. You don’t feel it.
The shadows of betrayl
However, the shadows of betrayal cast a cloud over Osman’s journey. Stating that “Osman Bey’s name isn’t even Veysel; he’s a man of the Crusaders,” reveals an external threat, adding suspense and urgency to the unfolding events.
We came for pilgrimage. We are lucky to have met a scholar like you. Your work is also from letter and book. So tell us something about the poet. It seemed to be the truth. Pechara was sitting as if waiting for someone to ask him to speak. He started. The full name is long and broad according to the Arab tradition. Abul. Ala Al-Maari.
He was born around the middle of December 973 in Marrat al-Numan. A branch of the noble family of Banu Sulaiman Mura belonged to Tanukh. He was not born blind. At the age of four, he suffered from a smallpox-like disease and lost the sight of both eyes. See, even centuries ago, this town was inhabited like this.