Siyar-i Nabî = Life of the Prophet - Türkçe Volume III

The Siyer-i Nebi is a Turkish epic about the life of Muhammad, completed around 1388, written by Mustafa son of Yusuf of Erzurum, known as al-Darir, a Mevlevi dervish on the commission of Sultan Berkuk, the Mamluk ruler in Cairo. The text is based on a 13th-c Arabic sira by al-Bakri of the Biography of the Prophet by al-Waqidi(748-822). The Ottoman ruler Murad III 1574 commissioned famous calligrapher Lütfi Abdullah in charge, completed 1595 during Mehmed III with 814 miniatures in six volumes.
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Ka'be - Siyer-i Nebi

Ka'be - Siyer-i Nebi

Siyer-i-Nebi - Bildergalerie

Siyer-i-Nebi - Bildergalerie

Meccan leaders and the Hashimites gather around Muhammad for the marriage ceremony.

Meccan leaders and the Hashimites gather around Muhammad for the marriage ceremony.

Muhammad, mounted on Burâq accompanied by Jibrîl and host angels, rises to the heavens on his way to al-Masjid al-Aqsâ.

Muhammad, mounted on Burâq accompanied by Jibrîl and host angels, rises to the heavens on his way to al-Masjid al-Aqsâ.

Hamzah, an uncle of the Prophet although of about the same age, dressed in gold armor and holding a sword, threatens to punish those of the Quraysh who are not faithful to Muhammad after Abû Tâlib's death.

Hamzah, an uncle of the Prophet although of about the same age, dressed in gold armor and holding a sword, threatens to punish those of the Quraysh who are not faithful to Muhammad after Abû Tâlib's death.

Siyar-i Nabî = Life of the Prophet - Volume III  The New York Public Library

Siyar-i Nabî = Life of the Prophet - Volume III The New York Public Library

Jibrîl (Gabriel) invites Hazrat Muhammad for his night journey (the Mi'râj).

Jibrîl (Gabriel) invites Hazrat Muhammad for his night journey (the Mi'râj).

Siyar-i Nabî = Life of the Prophet

Siyar-i Nabî = Life of the Prophet

Jibrîl (Gabriel) invites Hazrat Muhammad for his night journey (the Mi'râj).

Jibrîl (Gabriel) invites Hazrat Muhammad for his night journey (the Mi'râj).

Abû Tâlib, 'Abbâs ibn al-Muttalib, and other leaders of the Quraysh question Muhammad about his miraculous night journey.

Abû Tâlib, 'Abbâs ibn al-Muttalib, and other leaders of the Quraysh question Muhammad about his miraculous night journey.

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