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Ahi Evran

  1. 1. AHI EVRAN Presentation: Ahmet YORDAM
  2. 2. The founder of the Ahi Organization was Ahi Evran, a great Turkish scholar, economist and master of arts, who lived between 1172 and 1262.
  3. 3. Born in the city of Hoy in Azerbaijan
  4. 4. he took courses from Fahreddin Razi, himself a great Islamic scholar.
  5. 5. Ahi Evran was educated in the Sufi philosophy by the students of Ahmet Yesevi.
  6. 6. He is also inflienced by philosophical books of Turkish scholars İbni Sina and Farabi.
  7. 7. He married with Lady Fatma, daughter of a Turkish father named Evhadü'r-Din Kirmani.
  8. 8. The Lady was later called as “Kadın Ana” (Mother Fatma )
  9. 9. and she was the founder of “Baciyan-I Rum”, the first women's organization in the world.
  10. 10. WHAT'S AHI INSTITUTON?
  11. 11. The Ahi Institution is an organization created by the Turkish nations living in Anatolia,
  12. 12. … in the Balkan regions and Turkestan between the 13 th and 19 th centuries.
  13. 13. The Ahi institution contributed to the training in various arts and professions and to the development of moral values of Turkish nations.
  14. 14. The Ahi Is Institution played an important role in attraction of the Turkish immigrants into Anatolia and in creating new lands for them.
  15. 15. The Ahi c on vents provided guest houses for these immigrants and opened work places for the skilled ones.
  16. 16. In time, the houses and guest houses built around them by the Ahi Convents formed new slavery.
  17. 17. It also requires being honest at work without cheating people and it stresses tolerance.
  18. 18. A person who is called an “Ahi” should either he inloved in science or in a professional activity.
  19. 19. Therefore, the Ahi institution acted as a scholl of moral values together with taking responsibility in the development of professional education of all people.
  20. 20. www.yolyordam.com Source: Galip DEMİR-The Foundation for Research and Training in Ahi Culture Presentation: Ahmet YORDAM

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