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The book "Safarnama Ibne Batuta" has translated in more than different languages of the world. This book is contained on two segments. Ibne Batuta toured many countries of the world and met with their kings and ministers and deeply observed all aspects of their lifestyle and saved it in his book "Safarnama Ibne Batuta".
He has also visited some western parts of the world. Ibne Batuta was not only a tourist but he was also an Islamic scholar so the purpose of his tour was not an entertainment.
Email This BlogThis! Newer Post Older Post Home. After travelling miles he once again reached Makkah in In , he began his first sea travel from Jaddah on Red Sea Coast, a difficult sea route with dangers of coral reefs and rocks under the water line and frequent storms and pirates.
He was eventually caught by unfavourable wind that forced them to land on Taiz on mountain slopes.
He then visited the harbour of Aden, situated on the crater of an extinct volcano facing eastern side to the Red Sea. This part of the world was not so solidly Muslim as they were a minority religion there and the language of the places was Somali or Bantu.
It was the centre of gold trade in Africa and people were well off, leading luxurious life there. Viewing monsoon wind suitability he caught dhow again and reached Makkah through rugged lands of Oman. He remained for one year in Makkah and performed his third Hajj. He praised the beauty and finesse of the people, food and place there.
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He mentioned the respect shown to the women by the male counterpart. Anatolia had become a centre for trade in metal wares, leather, silk, woollen cloths, grain, fur, timber and slaves.
This region was in a state of political and cultural transition. The 3 Turkish rulers, all descendants of rough-hewn warriors, were anxious to acquire the fine points of their new faith and the sacred law.
So, Ibn e Battuta was hosted at the courts of Turkish princes and honored as a religious and legal scholar. One ruler, Sultan Orkhan, asked Ibn Battuta to write down traditions of the Prophet which were translated into Turkish.
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Subsequently, he crossed the Black Sea and reached Kaffa, a Genoese colony which had about ships in its harbour. It was a meeting point of multi-ethnic and multi-racial traders from all the three continents. He reached to al-Qiram and availed the chance to travel to Volga under the patronage of Kipchak ruler Uzbeg Khan.
He journeyed in wooden wagons, covered with a type of tent called yurt used to travel in steppe. He also got the chance to venerate his travelogue with its description of Hagia Sophia when Khan sent him to Constantinople with one of his wife.
He saw the Chaghatay ruler Tarmashirin during his journey through the land of Golden Hordes. Leading an entourage through steppe penetrating Samarqand, Bukhara and Afghanistan, crossing Hindu Kush. Ibn e Battuta was appreciated and endowed with the post of Judge by the Sultan with the assistance of two experts in Hanafi Fiqh as he himself was educated in Maliki school. A handsome salary of silver dinars per annum was awarded to him.
He served the Sultan until portraying him as an eccentric personality. He depicted an unusually fine piece of psychological insight and mirrors his mixed feelings of terror and sympathy.
I know that some of the stories I shall tell on this subject will be unacceptable to the minds of many persons, and that they will regard them as quite impossible in the normal order of things. He got his life saved but the trouble began immediately on resuming his travel from Delhi. He was attacked by the rebel bandits near the town of al-Jalali, near Delhi.
However, the deputation managed to reach the port of Calicut, yet his luggage loaded junks sank into the sea in a storm. His companions and guards also drowned, leaving him penniless and all alone. He tried to take refuge in Sandapur but failed and then decided to travel finally alone believing the custom of hospitality of the Muslims on the way.
He was received as according to his prospects with warmth and respect. He praised the administration of the Yuan dynasty regarding the trade and traders that facilitated the trade relation of China as far as the known world in all directions. The book "Safarnama Ibne Batuta" has translated in more than different languages of the world. This book is contained on two segments.
Ibne Batuta toured many countries of the world and met with their kings and ministers and deeply observed all aspects of their lifestyle and saved it in his book "Safarnama Ibne Batuta". He has also visited some western parts of the world.
Ibne Batuta was not only a tourist but he was also an Islamic scholar so the purpose of his tour was not an entertainment. Before downloading this book, please share this book and like us on face book so that you will be informed about our new book through your new facebook account.
Pin It. Post a Comment.He would not see Morocco again for twenty-four years. Short Story Letters Poetry He described it as "an exceedingly large city" with many rich merchants, noted for its high-quality fabric that was exported to other countries, including Egypt.
This book is contained on two segments. Cairo had become the seat of the Caliphate. Ajaib ul Asfar Ibn-e-batutaa ka safar nama.
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