Osmanlı Aksaray’ında Tekke ve Zaviyeler (XVIIIXIX. Yüzyıllar)
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Abstract Numerous tekkes and zawias were built during the reign of the Danishmends, Karamanids and the Ottomans in the province of Aksaray, which was one of the oldest centers of Turkish-Islamic culture in the Central Anatolia and fifteen of those had survived until the XVIIIth and XIXth centuries that is the case of this research. In this study, it was interrogated that which religious orders’ traditions were followed in tekkes and zawias that were the cores of training, practice, and dissemination of the religion of Islam, and Sufism in the aforementioned timeframe in the province of Aksaray. In the research, especially the Hurufât Books in the Archives of the Directorate General of Foundations, documents related to the subject in the Ottoman Archives of the Directorate of State Archives and studies published on Aksaray were used. As a result, it was determined that many tekkes were still in operation in the XVIIIth and XIXth centuries. Keywords: Aksaray, Hurufât Books, Waqf, Religious Order, Sufism.
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