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Vastu in Turkey:
Very few Indians living in Turkey. Most of them were doctors, software engineers. As per our information, this number is not crossed even 200 families in Turkey. Very less Indian diaspora doing their duties in Turkey.
Following Vastu Shastra is an easy task. One may easily understand this subject and can possibly follow this Vastu science rules.
Below links were also very useful to visit and understand this subject.
This information may be useful for the residents. Home Vaastu, we are regularly updating this site with latest vastu information.
When you are planning to construct factories, then this link Factory Vastu may help you.
Are you planning to open one office in Turkey, then try to open this Office Vastu link, it has abundant information.
When residents are suffering from health problems then this Health Vastu link may help them, we published a lot of information on health tips.
Tons of vastu tips published here. This link Vastu Tips has good tips.
What are all vastu effects, we given uncountable images in this Vastu Effects link one may find how this science works, where should we keep things, how our constructions should be likewise?
Which plot is good to buy, which side plot extension is good etc information is published in this Plots Vaastu link, it has total 4 links, one should visit all these four links.
What is sites vastu, how to buy good sites for our home construction, visit this Sites Vastu link, to know better on this subject?
Doctors, means, educated people, usually, educated people never accept all these occult sciences like astrology, vastu, numerology, palmistry etc, do you believe that Indian Medical Association published our website in their monthly magazine how to build the hospitals with vastu procedures. This Hospital Vastu link has information which may help to all nursing homes, hospitals etc.
Generally, residents like to build their dream house with good vastu principles. In such case, they may search for Vastu House Plans. Our website published many vastu house plans which may be useful.
We are very strict, we never ask people to cut trees in the name of vastu. This Trees Vastu link has appreciated the information, how to save our trees on this earth. Don't cut the trees in the name of Vastu.
Turkey, authentically the “Republic of Turkey” is a sovereign nation located in Western Asia, having a small portion on Easternmost Europe. The country has a unique beauty and cultural heritage from ancient to modern era.
The country is famous for its beautiful cities, unique architect including the “Blue Mosque” and “Hagia Sophia”, forts, Ottoman Palaces, Ancient Remains and Steppes. Bordering countries of Turkey include Iraq and Syria towards the South, Bulgaria, and Greece towards the Northwest, Iran, Armenia, and Azerbaijan towards the East, and Georgia towards the Northeast.
The country came into being in 1923 and developed much in terms of industrialization, technology, and human development. Furthermore, the country is a member of the United Nations (UN), NATO, European Union, the IMF and the World Bank.
The regions of modern Turkey are one of the oldest in the history to be settled by the humans. Also, due to its location on the borders of Europe and Asia, the region was influenced by both, European and Asian Empires and people. It is estimated that the people have inhabited the region since the Neolithic period. The evidence found in the area dates back to approx. 40,000 years.
Some of the earliest known people of the area were the “Hittites”, “Hurrians”, “Hattians”, “Assyrians”, and “Cimmerians”. In Antiquity period, the region remained under the Greeks for a brief period of time. Several remains of the Greeks can still be found in Turkey e.g. “theatre of Halicarnassus”, “The Mausoleum at Halicarnassus”, etc.
Later, when Greek power declined, the region fell towards the Persian “Achaemenid Empire”. The Persians later got defeated by “Alexander the Great” and the area remain under his empire till his death. Afterward, Roman Empire was overwhelming the region and soon became the part of Roman Empire which later turned into the “Holy Roman Empire”.
During the middle ages, the first Christian community was born in the region of modern Turkey which was a base for the Christian kingdom. After the acceptance of Christianity by the Romans and the division of the Roman Empire, Eastern Roman Empire ruled modern-day Turkey and some of their remains and architect (e.g. Hagia Sophia) can still be seen.
Also, this empire had a great Christian significance. In the 14th century, Mongol armies were dominating and destroying the region in Eastern Turkey. To tackle the situation and defend themselves against the Mongols, the local tribes allied to create an Army to fight against the Mongols. This army later became the Ottoman army which defeated the Byzantine Empire (East Roman Empire) and captured the Constantinople now Istanbul.
This was the beginning of the Muslim empire in the region and the Ottoman Empire gradually became one of the largest and most powerful empires on Earth dominating much of North Africa, Middle East, some parts of Asia and Europe.
Some of the most inspiring and astonishing artwork, architect and construction were done by them in Turkey which still amazes the visitors. The empire ruled the region till the 20the century and was greatly admired by the Muslims all over the world. The empire was also inactive conflicts with Russia and several other European powers.
By the 19th century, the power of the Empire started to decline and started losing territories at the hands of British. Also, the empire gained many losses in World War 1, which were never recovered. The situation got worse when British and its Allies landed on the Turkish mainland and a long battle was fought inflicting losses on both sides. Although the landing failed, the Empire was weak and represented itself towards the British.
This was unacceptable by the young Turks and soon revolution was started which resulted in the creation of Modern Turkey under the leadership of “Mustafa Kamal”. Although he abolished Muslim culture and rules, the foundation he laid and the policies made by him led Turkey to one of the most powerful and developed countries in the world.
The geography of Turkey features countless features including beautiful beaches, Mountains, valleys, and hills. Also, the biodiversity, ecology, and environment are well protected. The geography is divided into seven divisions. The visitor of the country always gets amazed by the beauty and diversity of the country. In addition, flora and fauna are also rich featuring hounds of animal, plant and bird species.
Agriculture, Services, Natural Resources, and Industries (Defense, Shipbuilding, Electronics, Chemicals, Automobiles, Steel, etc.) are the most dominating economic sectors. Starting from agriculture, Turkey produces a wide range of agricultural products and in some of which it is a world-leading exporter. The products include olives, lemons, grapefruit, almonds, wheat, barley, apricots, cherries, hazelnuts, pomegranates, watermelons, and quinces.
The industrial sector is the backbone of the state’s economy and includes several sectors. Defense industry of the country is also growing as the country not only produces to meet domestic demands but are also exporting including warships and helicopters. The country has 13th largest GDP in the world and is termed as a developed country.
“Turkish people” are the largest ethnic group in the country. Other groups include Georgians, Bosnians, Albanians, Bulgarians, Kurds, etc. Turkish is the official language of the country and is spoken by approx. 85% of the total population.
Statics show that around 99.8% of the total Turkic population are Muslims. The state has declared no official religion and grants freedom to every sect. Other minority religion includes Christians, Jews, and Bahai-Faith. Christianity has also long-term history in the region, but after the arrival of Islam, their population declined as most of the Christians migrated.
Keypoints of Turkey Country
- Country Turkey
- Capital City Ankara
- Area:783,356 km²
- Population: 80,810,525
- Currency: Turkish lira
- Official languages: Turkish, Kurmanji, Arabic, Zaza, Kabardian
- Demonym: Turkish
- Government Unitary parliamentary constitutional republic
- legislature Grand National Assembly
- Religions: Sunni Islam, Shia Islam, Unaffiliated Muslims, Christianity, Irreligion, Spiritual but not religious, Bahá'í Faith
- Time Zone: FET (UTC+3)
- Drives on the right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +90
- Internet TLD .tr
- Tuvalu National Bird bald eagle
- Tuvalu National Flower Tulips
- Important Cities Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Antalya, Konya, Bursa, Adana, Gaziantep, Edirne, Ephesus, Bodrum, Fethiye
- Famous Rivers Tigris river, Euphrates, Aras, Kizilirmak, Sakarya, Gediz, Ergene, Orontes, Murat, Ceyhan, Bakirçay, Gök, Zamanthi, Tundzha, Khabur, Delice, Simav, Akhurian River, Berdan, Porsuk River
- Spiritual Places Topkapi Palace, Eyüp Sultan Mosque, Süleymaniye Mosque, Sultan Ahmed Mosque, Sehzade Mosque, Ortaköy Mosque, Bayezid II Mosque, Sokollu Mehmed Pasha Mosque
- Tourist Attractions: Tuvalu Philatelic Bureau, Funafuti Marine Conservation Area, Tuvalu National Library, Tuvalu Women's Handicraft Centre
- Border Countries Armenia, Greece, Bulgaria, Azerbaijan, Iran, Iraq, Syria
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