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Otman Baba (c. 1378 – 8 Receb 1478) was a 15th-century dervish who traveled throughout the Ottoman Empire, acquiring a following among heterodox Muslims in Bulgaria after 1445 that has developed into his veneration as a saint. After Otman Baba's death, a pilgrimage complex grew around his grave in the present-day Bulgarian village of Teketo, which was made a museum during communism. The hagiography of Otman Baba, written by his disciple Küçük Abdal and regarded by his followers as a canonical text, maintains that Otman Baba performed miracles that proved his superiority to other dervishes and Ottoman authorities, particularly Sultan Mehmed II. Straying from orthodox Islamic tenets, Otman Baba asserted his unity with God and his mastery of divine secrets—as the embodiment of monotheistic re

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  • Otman Baba (auch Schah-i Kerbelâ genannt, geboren 1378 oder 1379; gestorben am 8. Redscheb 883 (islamischer Zeitreichnung), das ist in der ersten Oktoberhälfte 1478) war ein berühmter Derwisch des 15. Jahrhunderts, der durch das gesamte Osmanische Reich reiste und nach 1445 eine große Gefolgschaft unter den heterodoxen Bektaschi-Moslems und Alianen in Bulgarien erwarb, das sich nach 1445 in seine Verehrung als Heiliger entwickelt hat. Er ist auch als Od’man, Hüsam Şah, Hüsam Şah Gani oder Gani Baba bekannt.
  • Otman Baba (v. 1378-8 Receb 1478) est un derviche du XVe siècle qui a voyagé dans tout l'Empire ottoman. À partir de 1445, il gagne de nombreux partisans parmi les musulmans hétérodoxes en Bulgarie qui le vénèrent comme un saint. Sa tombe dans l'actuel village bulgare de (en) devint un site de pèlerinage pour des musulmans hétérodoxes, et un musée pendant la période communiste. * Portail de l’islam
  • Otman Baba (c. 1378 – 8 Receb 1478) was a 15th-century dervish who traveled throughout the Ottoman Empire, acquiring a following among heterodox Muslims in Bulgaria after 1445 that has developed into his veneration as a saint. After Otman Baba's death, a pilgrimage complex grew around his grave in the present-day Bulgarian village of Teketo, which was made a museum during communism. The hagiography of Otman Baba, written by his disciple Küçük Abdal and regarded by his followers as a canonical text, maintains that Otman Baba performed miracles that proved his superiority to other dervishes and Ottoman authorities, particularly Sultan Mehmed II. Straying from orthodox Islamic tenets, Otman Baba asserted his unity with God and his mastery of divine secrets—as the embodiment of monotheistic re
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