Ertugrul Ghazi: He was the main dreamer of the Ottoman Empire. Ertugrul was the great leader of the Kayi tribe. He was the son of Suleyman Shah, the chief of the Kayi tribe. Kyai tribe cames from Oghuz Turks. The place of Kayi tribe, Central Asia to Anatolia. Ertugrul Ghazi was the father of Sultan Osman. Sultan Osman was the founder of the Ottoman Empire. He was in power from 1230 AD to 1281 AD.
Bron: 1191 AD, disagree in 1198 AD. the place of birth Ahlat.
Death: 1281 AD. in Sugut.
Father: Sulayman Shah.
Mother: Haima Hatun.
Wife: Halima Hatun.
Son: Osman, Gunduz, and Savdiz.
Brother: Sungur-Tekin, Gundogdu, and Dundar.
Came to power: In 1230, he came to power on his Kayi tribe. When he came to he became the leader of the Kayi tribe of the Oghuz Turks. He was not greedy for power. He was a great leader of the Kayi tribe. He was a successful leader. He treated everyone well. The common people of the tribe loved him.
History of Ertugrul Rule: After the death of their father, Ertugurl with his mother Haima Hatun, Dundar, and his followers from the Kayi tribe migrated west into Anatolia and entered the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum. He acquired the land of Karaka Dag near Angora (Ankara) by the Sultan Kaikobad. Ertugrul was given the land of the Seljuk leader so that Ertugrul could repel attacks from Byzantines or the other opponents. In 1231, Ertugrul has captured the village of Sugut. The village was turned into the Ottoman capital in 1299 AD. At the time of his son Sultan Osman.
Death: Ertugrul died in 1281 AD. in the death place of Sugut.
Summary: Ertugrul’s life is a very important fact in history. But not much is known about his life. Some basic information is available. Originally he laid the foundation of the Ottoman Empire.