Two Tombs in Karaman that are not on the agenda
Sinanlı town, Ata shrine in Değirmenlik.
Son's Tomb in Balkusan, Ermenek District.
Who is the dignitary in the Balkusan Tomb?
Sinanlı accident Nure Sofi Ata mausoleum in Değirmenlik
At the time of the Ottoman state-i aliy, there was an accident called Sinanlı, attached to the Inner Province sanjak. He had a judge in this accident, a court would be established and the incident would be resolved here.
Sinanlı district was an accident near Mut, 60 km from the inner province starboard to which villages on the Ermenek side are connected.
Some of the villages in the Sinanlı district were: İmsi, Beci, Yalnızcabağ, Evran and surrounding villages.
There was also a foundation in the Sinanlı accident. Only this foundation in Değirmenlik hamlet was carrying out duties such as keeping the tomb of Nure Sofinin, the ancestor of Karamanoğulları, presenting food to those who came here and passing by, and providing accommodation if necessary.
This Nure Sofi tomb is 19 km from the metfun tomb of the children in Ermenek Balkusan village.
In 1724, a trustee of the Nure Sofi foundation stated that this foundation was in the Sinanlı district, while in another document dated 1852 & # 042 & # 042 the Nure Sofi Foundation It says it is in Ermenek.
So the Sinanlı accident that existed in the 1700s did not exist in the 1800s. Affiliated places were linked to the Mut accident.
There were three accidents in this type of Inner Province: Nevahi district was west of Ermenek, Sinanlı county was west of Mut, and Karataş district was east of Silifke, around today's Erdemli - Koca Hasanlı. Later, these accidents were turned into towns within the nearest accident and they were removed in the early 1900s.
During the Ottoman State-i Aliyesi, both the tomb of Nure Sofinin in Değirmenlik Plateau and his children in Balkusan were under protection with a foundation. These foundations had trustees, these shrines were assigned to the tombs. There was an imaret in the outbuildings of both tombs, and food and boarding were provided to visitors.
In Balkusan and Değirmenlik Karamanoğulları tomb foundations, the income of many real estates was donated and allocated to them forever.
In this context, see my article about Balkusan Türbe Foundation properties! & # 042 & # 042 & # 042
My article on the income sources of Değirmenlik Nure Sofi Türbe Foundation can be found at the following link. & # 042 & # 042 & # 042 & # 042