Suleiman-The magnificent was a greatest Turkish Muslim Emperor in the 15th century.
After the death of his father, sultan Muhammad, he came to the throne at an early age of 26. As he had gained a lot of administrative experience during the reign of his father, so that experience provide helpful in governing the country in his later life.
He was a descendent of Usman Ali. A Muslim triple Chief who established his authority driving away the eastern roman emperor.
At that time, Constantinople was centre of administration and the seat of learning. Constantinople was established by the Romans king Constantine. Constantinople Is a combination of two words Constant vandalism nople . It means the city of constantan. It’s modern name of Istanbul.
Suleiman-The Magnificent was well educated and knew many languages of the world. He was eager to spread knowledge among his countrymen. So he set up many schools and colleges throughout his Kingdom. This effort increased the literacy rate in Turkey.
His towering personality possessed great power of body and mind. His most important quality was justice irrespective of race, colour and religion. Justice to all brought peace, prosperity and happiness among the Turks. He was kind hearted but bold and courageous at the same time.
Spain had gathered great naval power. They dominated the seas; robbed and looted the people. Suleiman developed the Turkish naval power to face the Spanish navy. He appointed Khairuddin Barbarosa as the admiral of the .Turkish navy. Khairuddin was an experienced sea fighter. He set up a shipyard and added a large number of ships to the Turkish navy. He trained the sailors. These efforts brought fruits. Now, the Turkish navy was very powerful and it defeated the Spanish Armada and the masters of the seas. He conquered hungry and Island of Rhodes.