Dilpesend Kadın

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Dilpesend Kadın
دل پسند قادین
Born16 January 1861
Tbilisi, Georgia
Died17 June 1901(1901-06-17) (aged 40)
Yıldız Palace, Istanbul, Ottoman Empire
Burial
Yahya Efendi Cemetery, Istanbul
SpouseAbdul Hamid II
IssueNaile Sultan
HouseOttoman (by marriage)
FatherMaksud Giray Bey
ReligionSunni Islam

Dilpesend Kadın (Ottoman Turkish: دل پسند قادین‎; 16 January 1861 – 17 June 1901) was the fifth wife of Sultan Abdul Hamid II of the Ottoman Empire.[1]

Life[edit]

Of Georgian origin, Dilpesend Kadın was born on 16 January 1861 in Tbilisi, Georgia.[2] Her father was Maksud Giray Bey.[3]

Before her marriage to Abdul Hamid, she served in the entourage of Tiryal Hanım, fourteenth wife of Sultan Mahmud II.[4] After her death in 1882-3,[5] as custom dictated, all of Tiryal Hanım's servants were transferred to Dolmabahçe Palace.[6]

Dilpesend married Abdul Hamid on 10 April 1883.[7][3] She was given the title of "Dördüncü Kadın". On, 9 January 1884, a year after the marriage, she gave birth to her only child, a daughter, Naile Sultan.[8] In 1895, she was given the title of "Üçüncü Kadın".[1]

Dilpesend Kadın died on 17 June 1901 at the Yıldız Palace,[2] and was buried in Yahya Efendi Cemetery. Istanbul.[1][9]

Issue[edit]

Dilpesend Kadın and Abdul Hamid had one daughter:

  • Naile Sultan (Constantinople, Yıldız Palace, 9 January 1884 – Erenköy, Asia Minor, 25 October 1957), married and had issue.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Uluçay 2011, p. 247.
  2. ^ a b Açba 2007, p. 133.
  3. ^ a b Ekinci, Ekrem Buğra (March 31, 2017). Sultan Abdülhamid’in Son Zevcesi. Timaş Tarih. p. 180. ISBN 978-6-050-82503-9.
  4. ^ Sakaoğlu 2008, p. 682-3.
  5. ^ Haskan, Mehmet Nermi (2001). Yüzyıllar boyunca Üsküdar - Volume 3. Üsküdar Belediyesi. p. 1179. ISBN 978-9-759-76060-1.
  6. ^ Örik, Nahid Sırrı (1989). Abdülhamid'in haremi. Arba. p. 23.
  7. ^ Bey, Mehmet Sürreya (1969). Osmanlı devletinde kim kimdi, Volume 1. Küğ Yayını. p. 110.
  8. ^ The Concubine, the Princess, and the Teacher: Voices from the Ottoman Harem. University of Texas Press. 2010. p. 285. ISBN 978-0-292-78335-5.
  9. ^ Sakaoğlu 2008, p. 683.

Sources[edit]

  • Açba, Harun (2007). Kadın efendiler: 1839–1924. Profil. ISBN 978-975-996-109-1.
  • Uluçay, M. Çağatay (2011). Padişahların kadınları ve kızları. Ötüken. ISBN 978-975-437-840-5.
  • Sakaoğlu, Necdet (2008). Bu Mülkün Kadın Sultanları: Vâlide Sultanlar, Hâtunlar, Hasekiler, Kandınefendiler, Sultanefendiler. Oğlak Yayıncılık. ISBN 978-6-051-71079-2.

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