Arabic Ṭariqah means way or path and refers to a school of Sufism. Through practices and guidance of a murshid (Arabic for guide), the murid (desirous) or faqir (poor or needy) is trained to go out on this path to the four gates that must be traversed: the Shari'ah (law), Tariqah (the path), Ma'rifah (knowledge) and Haqiqah (real truth).

The Sufi Ways

This training took place in tekkes (monasteries).

Nearly every ṭariqah is named after its founder, and when the order is referred it is in a nisbah formed from the founder's name. For example, the "Rifai order", named after Shaykh Ahmad ar-Rifai, is called the "Rifaiyyah", the "Qadiri order", named after Shaykh `Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani, is called the "Qadiriyyah". Often paths are offshoots of another path, for example, the Qadri Al-Muntahi order is an offshoot of the Qadiriyyah order founded by Riaz Ahmed Gohar Shahi, the Zindanı order is an offshot of the Khalwati order founded by Seyyit Cafer Baba Zindanı, the Jelveti order is an offshoot of the Bayrami order founded by Hacı Bayram-ı Veli of Ankara who are an offshoot of the zahidiyye founded by Pir Zahid al-Gaylani in Iran.

The Kasnazani order is a sub-order of the Qadiri order and is thought to be the largest order in Iraq. It makes no distinction between Sunni and Shia followers. The order is known for the music performed during the rituals using large drums (daf) and its dervishes are trained to stand pain.

The Bektashi order was widespread in the Ottoman Empire, their lodges being scattered throughout Anatolia as well as many parts of Balkans and the imperial city of Istanbul. Bektashi was founded in the 13th century by Hajji Bektash Wali. The veneration of Imam Ali is central and Bektashis have always had wide appeal and influence among both the Ottoman intellectual elite as well as the peasantry. The order had close ties with the Janissary corps, the bulk of the Ottoman Army. With the abolition of Janissaries, the Bektashi order was banned throughout Ottoman Empire by Sultan Mahmud II in 1826. Bektashi tekkes were closed and their dervishes were exiled. Bektashis slowly regained freedom with the coming of the Tanzimat era.

Along with the Naqshbandi, Qadiri, Mevlevi and Shadhili orders, the Khalwati Sufi order (or Halveti, as it is known in Turkey) is among the most famous Sufi orders.

The Khalwati (Halveti)

The Khalwati was founded by Pir Omar Khalwati in Herat in western Afghanistan. The name of the order is derived from the term "khalwa", which refers to a spiritual retreat.
Their wandering Dervishes spread the order all over Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. It originally attracted the attention of the Mamluk Sultans of Egypt and Syria who by and large supported the Sufi orders and gave a great deal of reverence to wandering Dervishes. From their tekkes in these areas, the order began to spread to the urban centers of the Islamic world and spread from its origins in the Middle East to almost all corners of the Ottoman Empire. With high concentrations in the Balkans, southern Greece, Macedonia, Sudan and Egypt, where it was a popular Sufi order amongst many of the Sheikhs of al-Azhar University. The Khalwati is a particulary splintered order with numerous offshoots such as the Jerrahi, Sunbuli, Nasuhi, Gulshani, Karabashiyyah, and others

The Jelveti order was founded by Aziz Mahmud Hudayi and shares the same spiritual chain as the Khalwati order and thus there are many similarities between them. The two orders split however with Sheikh Zahed Gilani, where the Jelveti order then goes on to Hajji Bayram and Aziz Mahmud Hudayi.
Aziz Mahmud Hudayi was amongst the most famous of all Ottoman Sufi's being the Sheikh of Sultan Ahmed I, who constructed the famous Blue Mosque. Aziz Mahmud Hudayi read the first Friday prayer in this Mosque on its opening.
Aziz Mahmud Hudayi died in Üsküdar, Istanbul and is something of the patron saint of Asian Istanbul.

The Gulshani (Turkish: Gülşeni) is a Khalwati sub order founded by Pir Ibrahim Gulshani, a Kurdish sufi sheikh from Eastern Anatolia who died in Egypt. When the Ottomans conquered Egypt the Gulshani order became popular with serving soldiers of the Ottoman army in Egypt. The order was later carried back to Istanbul where several tekkes were established.

The Sunbuliye is a branch of the Khalwati order, founded by Sunbul Sinan Efendi, more commonly known in Turkey as 'Sunbul Effendi'. Sunbul was born in 1464 in Merzifon, Turkey. He became a dervish with Shaikh Mohamed Jemaleddin al-Khalwati of the Khalwati order at the Koja Mustafa Pasha Dergah/Mosque in Istanbul.
After becoming a Khalif or representative of Sheikh Muhammed Jemaluddin he was sent to Egypt where he spread the Khalwati order. Upon hearing of his sheykh's death he returned to Istanbul to serve the Khalwati order until his passing in 1529. He is buried in the Koja Mustafa Pasha Tekke in the Fatih district of Istanbul. His resting place remains a place of pilgrimage by pious Muslims in Turkey. For several hundred years this Tekke served as the centre of the Sunbuli order with all of the grand Sheikhs of the order being buried at the Tekke.

The Zindanı order is an offshot of the Khalwati order, but not founded by namegiver Seyyit Cafer Baba Zindanı, but by a group of guards at his tomb in the Eminonu prison in Istanbul. For several hundred years this Zindanıyye order was popular with serving guards and with the inmates of this Ottoman prison.

Ataturk declared all sufi organizations in Turkey illegal in 1925. So all tekkes (monasteries) inside the borders of the new republic were closed down. Some were made into mosques and a few into museums. Some disappeared completely.

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Mevlana monasteries
outside Turkey

  • Jerusalem
    Kudüs Mevlevi Monastery
    Al Malwiyeh Street
  • Egypt - Cairo
    Kahire Mevlevi Monastery
  • Greece - Athens
    Atina Mevlevi Monastery
  • Cyprus - Nicosia
    Lefkoşa Mevlevi Monastery
    Nicosia is the capital and largest city of Cyprus, situated almost in the centre of the island.
    Following the intercommunal violence of the 1960s, the capital was divided between the island's Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities in the south and north respectively. An attempted coup to unite the island with Greece in 1974 led to a Turkish invasion, leaving the capital divided since then.
  • Lebanon - Tripoli
    Trablusşam Mevlevi Monastery
    Tripoli iis today the second-largest city and second-largest port in Lebanon, with approximately 500,000 inhabitants, mainly Sunni Muslims , along with fairly large communities of Christians and Alawite Muslims.
  • Syria - Damascus
    Şam Mevlevi Monastery
    In the capital and largest city of Syria.
  • Syria - Homs/Hims
    Humus Mevlevi Monastery
    In western Syria 162 kilometres (101 mi) north of Damascus.
  • Syria - Aleppo
    Halep Mevlevi Monastery
    Aleppo in northern Syria, was the place the heads of the Mevlevi's fled after Ataturk forbid Sufism. Haleb occupies a strategic point midway between the Mediterranean Sea and the Euphrate and the Halep Mevlevi monasterie was erected at the supposed spot Mevlana himself dwelled: on a small hill near the castle.
  • Chaniá - Crete - Greece
    Hanya Mevlevi Monastery
  • Kezlev (Yevpatoria) - Crimea
    Kırım Gözleve Mevlevi Monastery
    Served as tekke from the early 16th century until the Russian annexation of the Crimean Khanate in 1783.
  • Plovdiv - Bulgaria
    Filibe Mevlevi Monastery
  • Bosnia and Herzegovina - Sarajevo
    Saraybosna Mevlevi Monastery
    Sarajevo is the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina and famous for its traditional religious diversity, with adherents of Islam, Orthodoxy, Catholicism and Judaism coexisting there for centuries. Sarajevo has attracted international attention several times throughout its history: In 1914 it was the site of the assassination that sparked World War I, while seventy years later it became the host city of the 1984 Winter Olympics. More recently, Sarajevo underwent the longest siege in modern military history during the Bosnian War. Today the city is recovering and adjusting to a post-war reality, as a major center of culture and economic development in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
  • Kosovo - Pristina
    Pristina Mevlevi Monastery
    Is the capital and largest city of Kosovo, a territory in the Balkans that is disputed between the Republic of Kosovo and the Republic of Serbia following a declaration of independence. It is the administrative center of the homonymous municipality and district. The city has a majority Albanian population, alongside other smaller communities including Turks, Serbs, Bosniaks, Roma and others. It is the spiritual, administrative, educational and cultural center of Kosovo.
  • Kosovo - Pec
    Peç Mevlevi Monastery
    Peć is een gemeente in Kosovo. UNMIK en de Italiaanse KFOR hebben een basis in deze stad, ongeveer 60 kilometer van Pristina, onder aan de berg Rožaje die de regio verbindt met Montenegro.

The Mevlana monasteries
inside what is now the Republic Turkey

In 1953, public performances of the Mevlevi Sema, the famous Whirling Ceremony, was tolerated by the Turkish government in Konya, first in the public library, then in the local Cinema, gymnasiums, the Ataturk sport stadium, and present in a large building built for Sema performances.

Thousands of people come from all over the world and buy tickets to see the performances that are organized by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

In sum, the sacred whirling ritual has been largely taken over by the Turkish Government for the purpose of promoting tourism. The Turkish Government regards the Sema as a form of "traditional Turkish folk dancing."

At the present time, excellent musicians have been trained at schools and universities in Konya to play classical Mevlevi music, and there have been new generations of trained whirlers as well. But Sufi-brotherhoods are still official forbidden in Turkey.

The 2 Mevlana monasteries
in Konya

  • Konya
    Mevlâna Dergahı Shrine and Monastery
  • Konya
    Mevlevi Zaviyeleri
    Ateş Baz-ı Veli Zaviyesi Monastery

The 5 Mevlana monasteries
in Istanbul

  • Istanbul #0
    Mevlevi Tekke Cami, Eyüp,
    In the western reaches of Istanbul's Golden Horn is the Eyüp district, where Ottoman princes would be girt with the Sword of Osman, signifying their ascension as monarch of the Ottoman Empire, the Ottoman equivalent to ascending the throne. That happened near the shrine of Ayoub Ansari, standard-bearer of the Prophet Mohamed and fallen in the 700s when Arab armies stormed the walls of Constantinople. He was buried outside the citywall, and for that reason the Mevlevi Tekke of Eyüp is not counted as Istanbully, but certain was the first in the area. Because of its sacred and historical importance, many wanted to be buried here, so the Eyüp cemetery extends uphill from the sancuary of Ayoub Ansari almost all the way to the Pierre Loti Cafe at the top.
    You got a great panoramic view on the Mosque of the Eyüp Mevlevi monasterie from the cable car that goes uphill from the Eyüp Camii and tomb to the Pierre Loti Cafe. It stands in front of the second island on the banks of the Golden Horn.
    Not to far from here, about 1 km downhill south on the same bank (near the Bahariye Cd. direction Istanbul City) rest Sultan Mehmed V Reşad (1844–1918). His reign began on 27 April 1909. On 11 November 1914 Mehmed V declared Jihad against France, United Kingdom, Russia, Italy, Japan and the United States. This was the last genuine proclamation of Jihad in history by a Caliph. He died 4 July 1918. Mehmed V Reşad was the only Ottoman Sultan burried in Eyüp.
  • Istanbul #1
    Galata Mevlevi Monastery
  • Istanbul #2
    Yenikapı Mevlevi Monastery
    Merkez Efendi Caddesi/Mevlevi Tekkesi Sokağı.
    The YenikapI tekke, that was burned down in 1961, is now almost completely rebuilt. It once again has a large semahane for whirling performances under the authority of the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
    enikapı Mevlevihanesi, Topkapı surları dışında, arasındaki parselde bulunmaktadır.
  • Istanbul #3
    Beşiktaş (Bahariye) Mevlevi Monastery
    The Beşiktaş Mevlevi lodge was the third establishment after Galata and Yenikapı Mevlevi houses and established in 1613 by the Ottoman Grand Vizier Ohrili Hüseyin Pasha in Beşiktaş, Istanbul.
    The Beşiktaş Mevlevihane was a building that suffered a number of misfortunes; first of all it was demolished to make way for the Çırağan Palace and rebuilt next to the graveyard in Maçka. It was again demolished to make way for the new barracks being built on the orders of Sultan Abdülaziz, and rebuilt yet again on a site beside the Golden Horn in the Bahariye neighbourhood, which is on the road leading from Eyüp to Alibeyköy, thus gaining a new lease of life. The Bahariye Mevlevihane, which consisted of a number of timber buildings resembling mansions, added a further dimension of beauty to this part of the Golden Horn. However, after the closure of the dervish convents these buildings were either destroyed by fire or demolished and nothing survives to indicate where it once stood.
  • Istanbul #4
    Kasımpaşa Mevlevi Monastery
    Once the Kasımpaşa Mevlevihane was the pride of Sururi area.
    After the Yenikapi and Galata Mevlevihane was this was the 3rd Mevlevihane of Istanbul. The wooden monastery buildings of the Kasımpaşa Mevlevihane were used for non-mystic purposes after it was closed by Ataturk in 1925. The most important function of the Mevlevihane Sokağı today is that traders from the Bahriye Street store here their stainless steel kitchen equipment.
    The Kasımpaşa Mevlevihane was build by the Fırıncızade Sırrı Apti Dede between the years 1623-1631 in Secret. By building his own Mevlevihane, Fırıncızade thought he could escape the autority of the Galata Sheikh Ankaralı İsmail Rusûhi Dede.The wood for this building was imported from Romania. The Galata Sheikh was quite upset. This was not a symple tekke. The buildings of this three store monasteries occupied two blocks to house the sufi's. In the year 1795 Sultan Selim III had even made large extensions and was present in person at the reopening ceremonies. Also sultan Mahmut II added and made reparations in 1834. As the sultans themself were regulars, also Ahmet III paid for reparations of this Mevlevihane. Later, after the Turkish Republic was established, the poor from the area penetrated the three store monasteries to disassemble the wooden parts. One day even the beautiful door of the gate was stolen. A fire in 1979 submitted the rest of the buildings. The remaining two stone walls and a Mevlevi grave are in the garden of the Sururi İlköğretim Okulu (the Sururi Elementary School).
  • Istanbul #5
    Üsküdar Mevlevi Monastery
    In the Asian part of Istanbul, in the Ayazma neighborhood close to the Doğancı Caddesi in Üsküdar.
    The mosque, in use by a association marks the spot of the Üsküdar Mevlevihane. it was the housing of a derwish. Today the word 'derwish' may suggest 'poor' but not in this case. He was Numan Halil, the son of sheikh of the Galata Mevlevihane. His father was the cousin of Ali Pasha, the Secon Man in the Ottoman Empire. This well-to-do derwish had first his house rebuild into a semahane. Whirling was quite popular and in 1794 the first Mevlevihane was build in the garden, together with a matbah (kitchen), selamlık, harem and derwisj cells. When the founder died in 1798, his tomb became a place of great spritual power to the Ottoman emperors. The ancestor of all succeeding Sultans, Mahmud II, had the Mevlevihane rebuild in 1834-1835. His mother was a cousin of Napoleon's wife Josephine. Among Mahmud II's most notable achievements, the Janissary corps was abolished in 1826, permitting the establishment of a modern Ottoman Army. By the early 17th century, the Janissary corps had ceased to function as an elite military unit. Any sultan who attempted to modernize the Ottoman military structure and replace the Janissaries was either immediately killed or deposed.
    By 1826, the Janissaries were almost universally hated throughout the Ottoman Empire. When they noticed that the Sultan Mahmud II was forming a new army and hiring European gunners, they mutinied, but the Sipahis forced them to retreat to their barracks in the city of Thessaloniki. In the ensuing fight the Janissary barracks were set in flames by artillery fire.
    In 1827 the combined British, French and Russian navies defeated the Ottoman Navy. The Ottoman province of Algeria was occupied by France in 1830, and in the aftermath, Mahmud II was forced to recognize Greece in 1832. This events marked the beginning independence movements of Non-Turkish ethnic groups living in the empire's territories, especially in Europe.
    His son Sultan Abdülmecit (1839-1861) repaired all other parts of the Üsküdar Mevlevihane structures and proclaimed in November 1839 the Tanzimat edict, consolidating and enforcing reforms.
    Abdülmecid wanted to encourage Ottomanism among the secessionist subject nations and stop the rise of nationalist movements within the empire, but failed to succeed despite trying to integrate non-Muslims and non-Turks more thoroughly into the Ottoman society with new laws and reforms. Abdülmecid toured the empire's territories to see in person how the Tanzimat reforms were being applied; travelling to İzmit, Mudanya, Bursa, Gallipoli, Çanakkale, Lemnos, Lesbos and Chios in 1844. He toured the Balkan provinces in 1846.
    In 1845, the onset of the Great Irish Famine resulted in over 1 million starving to death, Abdülmecid declared to send 10,000 sterling to Irish farmers, but Queen Victoria requested that the Sultan send only 1,000 sterling, because she had sent only 2,000 sterling. The Sultan sent the 1,000 sterling but also secretly sent 3 ships full of food. The English courts tried to block the ships, but the food arrived at Drogheda harbor and was left there by Ottoman Sailors.
    The Tanzimat edict was supplemented in February 1856 and ended an unfairly imposed capitation tax which imposed higher tariffs on non-Muslims. It stated that all classes of the sultan's subjects should have security for their lives and property; that all should have full religious liberty and equal civil rights. Also non-muslims were allowed to become soldiers. The scheme met with keen opposition from the governing classes and the religious authorities, and was but partially put in force, especially in the remoter parts of the empire; and more than one conspiracy was formed against the sultan's life on account of it. He married many times and left several sons, of whom four eventually succeeded to the throne: Murad V, Abdul Hamid II, Mehmed V and Mehmed VI. The last four Sultans of the Ottomans. Abdülmecid died of tuberculosis (like his father) at the age of 39 in Istanbul on 25 June 1861, and was succeeded by his brother, Abdülâziz, the oldest survivor of the family of Osman.
    After Ataturk made a law against spiritual organisations the monasterie lost all its functions. Part of it was rebuild into a mosque. Beside the grave of the founder you find the graves of the eminent Ali Seyda Khan (1799), Mehmet Hüsameddin Çelebi (1801), Sheikh Haci Ali Khan (1802), Ismail Hulusi Khan (1808), Abdullah Necip Khan (1836), Abdulkadir Kadri Khan (1850 ) and Ahmet Vesim Pasha (1910).

Ottoman Mevlana monasteries in the rest of Turkey

Beside the above mentioned Mevlana monasteries in Konya and Istanbul, there were Mevlana monasteries in:

  • Afyon Mevlevi Monastery
  • Ankara Mevlevi Monastery
  • Antalya Mevlevi Monastery
  • Çorum Mevlevi Monastery
  • Edirne Mevlevi Monastery
  • Eskişehir Mevlevi Monastery
  • Kayseri Mevlevi Monastery
  • Gaziantep Mevlevi Monastery
  • Gelibolu Mevlevi Monastery
  • İzmir Tire Mevlevi Monastery
  • Karaman Mevlevi Monastery
  • Kilis Mevlevi Monastery
  • Kütahya Mevlevi Monastery
  • Manisa Mevlevi Monastery
  • Muğla Mevlevi Monastery
  • Niğde Mevlevi Monastery
  • Urfa Mevlevi Monastery
  • Tokat Mevlevi Monastery

See Mevlana monasteries on Semazen.net

The Khalwati order had many tekkes in Istanbul, the most famous being the Jerrahi, Ussaki, Sunbuli, Ramazaniyye, Zindaniyye and Nasuhi.

The 487 Shrines of Istanbul

All alphabetic. Tombs with an * asterix are discribed in the İSTANBUL TÜRBELERİ.

1 Abacı Dede Tomb, Abacı Dede Sokağı / ÜSKÜDAR
2 Abdullah el-Ensari (R.A.) Tomb, Hoca Kasım Günâni Mah. Kürkcüçeşmesi Sokağı / BALAT
3 Abdullah Ferdi Efendi Tomb, Emir Buhari Dergâhı innercourt Unkapanı / FATİH
4 Abdullah-il-Hudri Hz. Tomb (Kandilli Türbe), Kandilli Türbe Sok. No: 29 near the İvazefendi Mosque / EĞRİKAPI
5 Abdurrahman-ı Harputi Tomb, Karacaahmed Mezarlığı / ÜSKÜDAR
6 Abdurrahman Şami Hz. Tomb, (Sancaktar-Bayraktar Baba Tomb) Tevfikhane Sokağı ile Kabasakal Sokaklarının keşistiği yerde / SULTANAHMET
7 Abdurrahman Ağa Tomb, (Sekbanbaşı) Ayakapısı, Fevkani Mescidi altında / CİBALİ
8 Abdurrahman Karabaş Veli Tomb, Mimar Sinan Mah. Melek Hoca Cad. / KARAGÜMRÜK
9 Abdurrahman Nazıf Paşa Tomb, Mevlanakapı Sokağı, Merkez Efendi Mosque near the Yenikapı Mevlevihane innercourt /YENİKAPI
10 Abdurrahman Paşa Tomb, Camii Kebir Caddesi'nin, Boyacı Sokak ile kesiştiği köşe başında / EYÜP
11 Abdurrahman Paşa and Refiki Tomb, (Saka Baba-Göbek Dede) Kaleboyu Sok. / EDİRNEKAPI
12 Abdulfettah Akri Tomb, (Kartal Baba Tomb) Nuh Kuyusu'nda, Zeynep Kâmil Hastanesi'ne 150 metre ileride Bağlarbaşı'na doğrudur. /ÜSKÜDAR
13 Abdülhani Efendi Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Mosque'nin Bostan İskelesi'ne açılan kapısının sol tarafında / EYÜP
14 Abdülkadir Dede Tomb, Fenari Hüseyin Sok. near the Zeyrek Mosque / FATİH
15 Abdülkadir Efendi Tomb, Eskiyeni Cad. No:15 / EYÜP
16 Abdülkerim Efendi Tomb / EDİRNEKAPI
17 Abdülvedüd (Yavedüd) Sultan Tomb, (*) Yavudüt Cad. No:12 / AYVANSARAY
18 Abdurrauf Samedani Hz. Tomb, Yemiş İskelesi, Zindan Han'ın arkası / EMİNÖNÜ
19 Abdüssadık Bin Amr Bin Same Hz. Tomb, Ayvansaray-Eğrikapı çıkışı / EYÜP
20 Abidin Paşa Tomb, Kirmasti Mah. Fatih Mosque haziresi / FATİH
21 Adak Kuyusu Tomb, Küçük Çamlıca Korusu / ÇAMLICA
22 Adilşah Kadın Tomb, (*) near Sultan III. Mustafa Tomb / LALELİ
23 Adile Sultan Tomb, (*) Bostan İskelesi Sok. No:2 / EYÜP
24 Ağlamış Dede Tomb / KİLYOS
25 Ahmed Baba Tomb, Başıbüyük Mah. / MALTEPE
26 Ahmed Buhari Tomb, (*) Haraççı Kara Mehmed Mah. Üskubu Cad. / UNKAPANI
27 Ahmed Raufi Üsküdari Hazretleri Tomb, Sinana Paşa Mosque innercourt in Doğancılar / ÜSKÜDAR
28 Ahmed Turani Tomb, Dolmabahçe Sarayı garden / BEŞİKTAŞ
29 Ahmed-ül Ensari Tomb, (*) Toklu Dede Sok. / AYVANSARAY
30 Ahmed-i Günani Tomb, Örücüler kapısı / MERCAN
31 Ahmediye Tomb, Gündoğumu Cad. No: 22 / ÜSKÜDAR
32 Ahmed Dede Tomb, Düğmecilerde ve bu isimle bilinen caddeye açılan Ahmed Dede Sokağı ilerisi / EYÜP
33 Ahmed Efendi Tomb, Eyüp Mosque şadırvan innercourt / EYÜP
34 Ahmed Süreyya Emin Hazretleri Tomb, Şeyh Yahya Efendi Tomb mezarlığı /ORTAKÖY
35 Ahmed Usta Tomb, (Dökümcübaşı Ahmed) Yedikule Kapısı / YEDİKULE
36 Ak Baba Sultan Tomb, Akbaba Köyü / BEYKOZ
37 Akşemseddin and Evladı eş-Şeyh Mehmed Efendi Tombs, / SÜLEYMANİYE
38 Aktürbe, Otakçılar'da Aşçıbaşı Mosque mihrabı ilerisinde ve Aşhane Sokağı üzerindedir. / EYÜP
39 Alemdar Baba Tomb, Alemdar Köyü, Alemdar Tepesi / ÜSKÜDAR
40 Alemdar Baba Tomb, (Baba Hasan Alemi) Horhor Cad. Kavaklı Sok. / AKSARAY
41 Ali Baba Tomb, (Gulami Ali Baba) Yusufpaşa / AKSARAY
42 Ali Behçet Efendi Tomb, (Selimiye Tekkesi) / ÜSKÜDAR
43 Ali Çelebi Tomb, (Şeyhülislam Alaaddin Ali Arabi) Eyüp Sultan Tomb civarı / EYÜP
44 Ali Fenai (Badboy Ali) Tomb, (Yaldızlı Tekke, Vergulde Tekke) Pazarbaşı Boybeği Sokağı, Yaldızlı Teke Mosque innercourt / ÜSKÜDAR
45 Ali Gazi Baba Tomb / ERENKÖY
46 Ali İbni Şaban Efendi Tomb / AKSARAY
47 Ali Kuşi Efendi Tomb, Eyüp Mosque innercourt / EYÜP
48 Amcazade Hüseyin Paşa Tomb, Sofular Mah. Macar Kardeşler Cad. / FATİH
49 Amr Abdullah Sadık Efendi Tomb / EĞRİKAPI
50 Amr Ibn-ul as Vehb İbni Huşeyre Hz. Tomb, Kemankeş Cad. Karantina Sok. No: 20 /KARAKÖY
51 Arkam Baba Tomb, Yuşa Tepesi / BEYKOZ
52 Arnavud Ahmed Paşa Tomb, Edirnekapı, Mihrimah Sultan Mosque / FATİH
53 Asalı Baba Tomb / ÜSKÜDAR
54 Asude Hatun Tomb, Haydar Mah. Karadeniz Cad. üzeri / FATİH
55 Aşçı Ahmed Dede Tomb, Merkez Efendi Mezarlığı'nın Mevlana Kapı Sokağı'na bakan kısmı / MEVLANAKAPI
56 Aşık (minnaar) Paşazade Şeyh Ahmed Tomb, (*) Aşıkpaşa Külliyesi, Haydar / FATİH
57 Atik Ali Paşa Mosque avlusundaki açık türbe, Atik Ali Paşa Mosque innercourt
58 Avcıbaşı Mehmed Efendi Tomb, Edirnekapı-Şişhane Cad. üzeri / FATİH
59 Ayşe Bahri Kadın Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Camisi'nın Bostan İskelesi'ne açılan dış kapının solundadır. / EYÜP
60 Ayşe Sultan Tomb, Mihrimah Sultan Mosque innercourt / ÜSKÜDAR
61 Aya Dede Tomb / UNKAPANI
62 Ayas Mehmed Paşa Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Camisi'nın Bostan İskelesi'ne açılan dış kapının sağındadır. / EYÜP
63 Aynü’l-Hayat Kadın Tomb, (*) Laleli, Laleli Külliyesi, / AKSARAY
64 Ayni Ali Baba Tomb, Bedrettin Mah. Ayni Ali Baba Sok. No:63 / KASIMPAŞA
65 Azap Baba Tomb / UNKAPANI
66 Aziz Mahmud Hüdai Tomb, (*) Gülfem Hatun Mah. Mektep Sok. / ÜSKÜDAR
67 Bali Paşa Tomb, Balipaşa / HÜSREVPAŞA
68 Baba Cafer Tomb, (*) Zindan Han'ın içindedir. / EMİNÖNÜ
69 Baba Haydar Semerkandi Tomb, Baba Haydar Mosque (Tekkesi) haziresi /EYÜP
70 Bab'üssa'ade Ağası Baba Mustafa Ağa Tomb, near the Otakçılar Mosque / EYÜP
71 Akseki Kemaleddin Efendi Tomb, Muhtesip İskender Mah. Akseki Keçeciler Cad. (Hırka-i Şerif Karşısı and Akseki Mescidi bitişiği) /FATİH
72 Bala Süleyman Ağa Tomb, (*) Veledi Karabaş Mah. Bala Süleyman Ağa Mosque innercourt / SİLİVRİKAPI
73 Balaban Ağa Tomb / ÜSKÜDAR
74 Balçık Tekkesi Tomb, Feshane Caddesi ile Cezeri Kasım Akar Çeşme Sokağı'nın kesiştiği yerde / EYÜP
75 Baltalı Baba Tomb, Şehremini Tatlı Pınar Cad. 13 numaralı evin garden / FATİH
76 Barbaros Hayreddin Paşa Tomb, Sinan Paşa Mosque karşısı /BEŞİKTAŞ
77 Başçı Mahmud Tomb Haseki, Başçı Mehmet Tekkesi / FINDIKZADE
78 Bayburtlular Tomb, İslambey Caddesi Üzeri, İslambey İlkokulu karşısı / EYÜP
79 Bayram Paşa Tomb, (*) Haseki Cad. Bayram Paşa Külliyesi sınırları içinde / CERRAHPAŞA
80 Behram Paşa Tomb / ÜSKÜDAR
81 Bektaş Efendi Tomb, Ayvansaray ile Defterdar arasında, Yavedüd Mosque karşısı / EYÜP
82 Benlizade Raşid Efendi Tomb, (*) Çarşamba / FATİH
83 Bıçakcı Baba Tomb, Bıçakçı Eyüp Sokağı üzerinde, Düğmeciler Mektebi Sokağı No: 39 / EYÜP
84 Beşinci Sekbanbaşı (İncirli Baba) Tomb, Haydar Çırçır Bıçakçı Çeşme Sokağı / FATİH
85 Beşir Ağa Tomb, (*) Eyüp Sultan Tomb girişindedir. / EYÜP
86 Beşir Gazi Tomb, Hoca Cahır Mah. / EDİRNEKAPI
87 Bosnalı İbrahim Paşa Tomb, (*) Kalenderhane Mah. Şehzade Mosque innercourt / ŞEHZADEBAŞI
88 Bukağılı Baba Tomb, Evlendirme Dairesi, 18 Sekbanlar haziresi
89 Bulak Mustafa Paşa Tomb, (*) Eyüp Sultan Mosque'nin mihrabının önünde / EYÜP
90 Cabir bin Abdullah Hz. Tomb, Karabaş Mah. Çember Sok. Hz. Cabir Mosque içinde / AYVANSARAY
91 Cafer Paşa Tomb, Kalanderhane Cad. Eyüp Müftülüğü'nün karşısı / EYÜP
92 Can Feda Hz. Tomb, Can Feda Çıkmazı / FINDIKLI
93 Canan Hanım Tomb, Boyacı Sokağı üzeri, Bahriye Nazırı Hasan Hüsnü Paşa Tomb'nin sol tarafında / EYÜP
94 Canbaz Mustafa Tomb, Arabacı Beyazıt Mah. Çağlayan Sok.
(Canbaziye Mosque) / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
95 Cedid Havatin Tomb, (*) Yeni Mosque innercourt / EMİNÖNÜ
96 Cemaleddin İshak-ı Karamani Tomb, Sütlüce Mah. Hamam Sok. No:56 / SÜTLÜCE
97 Cenderecizade Muhiyiddin Efendi Tomb, Kirazlı Mescid Sok.
98 Cennet Efendi (Lord of the Heaven) Tomb, (*) Gülfem Hatun Mah. Aziz Mahmud Hüdai Sok. / ÜSKÜDAR
99 Cerrah Mehmed Paşa Tomb, (*) Cerrahpaşa Mosque innercourt / CERRAHPAŞA
100 Cerrah Osman Ağa Tomb, Sarıgüzel caddesi, Hoca Üveys Mosque innercourt / FATİH
101 Cevad Paşa Tomb, (*) Emir Buhari Mosque garden, Malta / FATİH
102 Cibali Baba Tomb, (Cebe Ali Hz.) Küçük Mustafa Paşa Mah. Cibali Surkapısı Sok (Eski Cibali Karakolu'nun içi) / FATİH
103 Çakırcı Başı Tomb, Edirnekapı Tekfur Sarayı Yakını / FATİH
104 Kara Abalı Mehmed Baba Tomb, Dolmabahçe Mosque garden / DOLMABAHÇE
105 Çallı Ali Efendi Tomb, Silahtar Ağa Caddesi üzeri, Şah Sultan Mosque karşısı / EYÜP
106 Çelebi Zade İsmail Kasım Efendi Tomb, Özbek Süleyman Caddesi başındaki set üzeri / AKSARAY
107 Çengeloğlu Tahir Paşa Tomb, Boyacı Sokağı ile Eyüp İskelesi Caddesinin birleştiği yerde / EYÜP
108 Çifte Emirler Tomb, Bahçekapı, Arpacılar Mosque girişi / EMİNÖNÜ
109 Çifte Gelinler Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Mosque garden / EYÜP
110 Çifte Sultanlar Tomb, {İmam Hüseyin'in kızları, Imam Hoessein's daughter), Ali Fakih Mah. Koca Mustafa Paşa Cad. (Sümbül Efendi Mosque innercourt) / FATİH
111 Çivizade Mescidi Tomb, Beyazıd Ağa Mah., Kalburcu Mehmed Çeşme Sok. / TOPKAPI
112 Davud Efendi Tomb, Şeyh Davud Han Mescidi / TAHTAKALE
113 Davud Paşa Tomb, Hobyar Mah. Davut Paşa Mosque innercourt / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
114 Daye Hatun Zevce-i Cenabı Cabir R.A. Tomb, (Zincirli Servi Tomb, kettingoperatie Service) Sümbül Efendi Mosque innercourt / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
115 Debbağ Yunus Tomb, Abdi Subaşı Mah. Tabak Yunus Sok. (Tabak Yunus Mosque içi) / FATİH
116 Defterdar Ahmed Paşa Tomb, Dedeler Mevkii yakınları, Karacaahmet, /ÜSKÜDAR
117 Defterdar Mahmud Efendi Tomb, Defterdar Cad. Defterdar Mahmud Efendi Mosque innercourt / EYÜP
118 Demirhun (Kasapçıbaşı) Kasapbaşı Tomb, Haydar, Kasap Demirhun Mah. Cami Sok. Demrihun Mosque garden / FATİH
119 Derviş Azbi Tomb, Merdivenköy / GÖZTEPE
120 Derviş Osman Dede Tomb, Şehzade Mosque Caddesi üzeri / ŞEHZADEBAŞI
121 Derya Kaptanı Sinan Paşa Tomb, Mihrimah Sultan Mosque innercourt / ÜSKÜDAR
122 Deryayı Ali Baba (Derya Ali Baba) Tomb, Demirhane Cad. üstü,Kazlıçeşme
123 Destari Mustafa Paşa Tomb, (*) Kalanderhane Mah. Şehzade Mosque innercourt / ŞEHZADEBAŞI
124 Divitizade Şeyh Mustafa Tomb, {Divitçi Şeyh Mustafa Tomb) Şeyh Mosque innercourt / ÜSKÜDAR
125 Ebu'd-Dürda (Derda) Tomb, Zal Paşa Cad. üzeri, Cezeri Kasım Paşa Mosque ile Zal Mahmud Paşa Mosque arası / EYÜP
126 Ebu İshakzade Ishak Efendi Tomb, Hatip Muslahattin Mah. Sultan Selim Cad. (İsmail Ağa Mosque) / FATİH
127 Ebu Şeybet-ül Hudri Tomb, (*) Toklu Dede Sok. / AYVANSARAY
128 Ebu Eyyüb el-Ensari Hz. Tomb, (*) Bostan İskelesi Sok. Camii Kebir Mah. Eyüp Mosque innercourt, / EYÜP
129 Ebu Said-il (Seyyit) Hudri Tomb, Avcıbey Mah. Kariye Türbe Sokak /EDİRNEKAPI
130 Ebu Zerr-il Gıfari Hz. Tomb, Atik Mustafa Paşa Mah. Lonca Cad. Çeşme Sok. / AYVANSARAY
131 Ebu'r Rıza Tomb, (Ebu'r Rıza Tekkesi) / KASIMPAŞA
132 Ebul Meyamın Mustafa Efendi, İmam Şehrıyarı Mahmud Efendi Tomb, Daruşşafaka Cad. Fatih Mosque Boyacıkapısı Kabristanı / FATİH
133 Ebuzer Guffari Tomb / AYVANSARAY
134 Edhem Baba Tomb / EYÜP
135 Ekmekçi Ahmed Paşa Tomb, (*) Alemdar Mah. Vefa Lisesi and Molla Hüsrev Mosque karşısı / VEFA
136 Ekmekçibaşı Ali Ağa Tomb, Vişnezade Mah. Enis Akasgen Sok. No:15 / BEŞİKTAŞ
137 Ekmekçibaşı Muhyiddin Mehmed Tomb, Hatice Sultan Mah. Fevzipaşa Cad. / EDİRNEKAPI
138 Elekli Baba Tomb, outside the walls, Silivrikapı Durağı / SİLİVRİKAPI
139 Emir Ahmed Buhari Tomb Malta, Hoca Üveys mahallesi, Emir Buhari sokak / FATİH
140 Enver Paşa Tomb. Abide-i Hürriyet Tepesi / ÇAĞLAYAN
141 Eyrek (Erikçi) Baba Tomb. (Perişan Baba Tomb?Graf van een doodgeslagen vader) near the policestation Kazlıçeşme Karakolu / KAZLIÇEŞME
142 Erzincanlı Mehmed Sadık Efendi Tomb, Alaca Minare Tekkesi Mezarlığı / ÜSKÜDAR
143 Eskici Dede Tomb / UNKAPANI
144 Esrar Dede Tomb, Galata Mevlevihanesi garden / TÜNEL
145 Ethem Baba Tomb, Şehremini Katip Muslihittin (Şehremini) Cammi'ne giderken yol üzerinde / ŞEHREMİNİ
146 Evlice (Ulice) Baba Tomb / EYÜP
147 Evrenos Dede Tomb, Beyceğiz Mah. Hasan Fehmi Paşa Cad. / KARAGÜMRÜK
148 Faik Muhammed Bey Tomb, Langa Caddesi / YENİKAPI
149 Fahri Ahmed Efendi Tomb, Ali Efendi Dergâhı / KASIMPAŞA
150 Fatma Şerife Hanım Tomb, Boyacı Sokak, Kaptan-ı deryâ Hasan Hüsnü Paşa ile Posta Nazırı İzzet Efendi Tomb arasındadır. / EYÜP
151 Fatma Sultan Tomb, (*) Kalenderhane Mah. Şehzade Cad. Şehzade Mosque innercourt /ŞEHZADEBAŞI
152 Feridun Paşa Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Mah. Beybaba Sok. / EYÜP
153 Ferruh Baba Tomb, Abdurrahman Şeref Bey Caddesi / EYÜP
154 Ferhad Paşa Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Mah. Feshane Cad. / EYÜP
155 Fethi Baba Tomb / ÜSKÜDAR
156 Feyzullah Efendi Tomb, (Şeyhülislam Veliyyuddin Efendi Tomb) Nişanca, Murat Buhari Tekkesi Mezarlığı / EYÜP
157 Feyzullah Efendi Tomb, Vatan Caddesi Üzeri, near the Yavuz Sultan Selim Medresesi / FATİH
158 Gözcü Baba Tomb / MERDİVENKÖY
159 Gözoğlu Şeyh Hüseyin Efendi Tomb, Taşlıburun Tekkesi haziresi, Bahariye Polis Karakolu'nun biraz ilerisinde / SİLAHTAR
160 Gül Baba Tomb, Düğmeciler Caddesi ile Ümmi Sinan Sokağı'nın birleştiği yerde / EYÜP
161 Gül Baba Tomb / TOPHANE
162 Gülüstü Valide Sultan Tomb, (*) Fatih Külliyesi'nin kıble yönündedir. / FATİH
163 Gülşirin Hatun Tomb, (Daye Hayun) Abdürrahman Şerefbey Cad. ile Arakiyeci Mosque Sokağı'nın birleştiği yerde / EYÜP
164 Gülbahar Hatun Tomb, Fatih Mosque innercourt / FATİH
165 Gülnüş Sultan Tomb, (*) Üsküdar Meydanı, Yeni Valide Mosque innercourt
166 Güzel Ahmed Paşa Tomb, Hatice Sultan Mah. Fevzipaşa Cad. Mihrimah Sultan Mosque / EDİRNEKAPI
167 Güzelce Ali Paşa Tomb, (*) Çırağan yolu üzeri, near the Yahya Efendi Dergahı / BEŞİKTAŞ
168 Gizlice Evliya Tomb, (Yer Sarsan Hüseyin Bey Tomb) Üsküdar Postanesi'nden, Halil Paşa Tomb'ne giderken / ÜSKÜDAR
169 Galip Paşa Tomb, Bağdat Caddesi / ERENKÖY
170 Garib Baba Tomb, Küçükçekmece Gölü kenarındadır. / KÜÇÜKÇEKMECE
171 Garib Dede Tomb, (Sultançifliği'nde) Sultan Çiftliği Köyü / ÜSKÜDAR
172 Garib Dede Tomb / ÜSKÜDAR
173 Gavsi Ahmed Dede Tomb, Galata Mevlevihanesi / TÜNEL
174 Gazi Ahmed Muhtar Paşa Tomb, Fatih Mosque innercourt / FATİH
175 Gazi Osman Paşa Tomb, (*) Fatih Mosque innercourt / FATİH
176 Gazi Yunus Tomb, Gazi Yunus Mezarlığı / BEYKOZ
177 Gazanfer Ağa Tomb, (*) Under the road of the Bozdoğan Kemer, Atatürk Bulvarı üzerindedir. / FATİH
178 Hacı Ahmed Paşa (Doğancı) Tomb, (*) Gülfem Hatun Mah. Mektep Sok. / ÜSKÜDAR
179 Hacı Bayram Kaftani Tomb, Keyci Hatun Mah. Haseki Cad. Ahmet Kahya Sok. (Hacı Bayram Kaftani Mosque Haziresi) /AKSARAY
180 Hacı Hoca Tomb, Sultantepesi'nde Hacı Hoca Zaviye and Mescidinin sağındadır. / ÜSKÜDAR
181 Hacı İlyas Tomb, Atik Mustafa Paşa Mah. Hamam Sok. Hacı İlyas Mosque / BALAT
182 Hacı Muhiddin Efendi Tomb, (Şeyh Muhiddid Kocevi Hz.) Mescit Sok. / CİBALİ
183 Hadım İbrahim Paşa Tomb, Canbaziye Mah. Silivrikapı Cad. (Hadım İbrahim Paşa Mosque garden) /SİLİVRİKAPI
184 Hadım Mehmed Mesih Paşa Tomb, Hatice Sultan Mah. Dökümcüler Cad. (Mesih Mehmed Paşa Mosque garden) / KARAGÜMRÜK
185 Hafız Ahmed Paşa Tomb, Şeyh Resmi Mah. Fatih Cad. (Hafız Ahmet Paşa Mosque kıble kısmındadır.) / FATİH
186 Hafız Mehmed Efendi Tomb, Ayvansaray ile Defterdar arasında, Yavedüd Mosque karşısı / EYÜP
187 Hafsa Sultan Tomb, (*) Yavuz Sultan Selim Mosque innercourt / FATİH
188 Hakikizade Osman Efendi Tomb / EĞRİKAPI
189 Halil Efendi Tomb, Uzun Yunus Mah. Evliya Ata Sok., Mevlevihanesi / FATİH
190 Halil Paşa Tomb, Gülfem Hatun Mah. Yeniçeşme yokuşunun başındadır. / ÜSKÜDAR
191 Hammal Hayreddin Dede Tomb, Sofular Mah. Sofular Cad. ile Vatan Caddesi'nin kesiştiği yerde / FATİH
192 Hamza Bali Tomb, Silivrikapı Mezarlığı / ZEYTİNBURNU
193 Hançerli Sultan Tomb, Beybaba Sokağı, near the Eyüp Mosque / EYÜP
194 Hariri Zade Seyyid Mehmed Kemaleddin Tomb, Saçlı Kasım Efendi Mosque haziresi / EYÜP
195 Has Yunus Paşa Tomb, Rıza Paşa Yokuşu / MERCAN
196 Hasan Adli Efendi Tomb, Ali Fakih Mah. Kocamustafa Paşa Cad.
(Sümbül Efendi Mosque müştemilatı) / FATİH
197 Hasan Baba Tomb, Molla Fenari İsa Mosque, Vatan caddesi / AKSARAY
198 Hasan Burhaneddin Cihangiri Tomb (Cihangir Tekkesi) Cihangir Yokuşu, (Cihangir Mosque garden) / CİHANGİR
199 Hasan Fehmi Paşa Tomb, Şehzadebaşı, Kemal Paşa Mah. near the Kemal Paşa Mosque / EMİNÖNÜ
200 The brothers Hasan and Hüseyin Kardeşler Tomb, Salma Tomruk Paşa Hamamı Sok. Salmatomruk /FATİH
201 Hasan Ünsi Efendi Tomb, (Aydınoğlu Tekkesi) Gülhane Park cemetry along the whirling road to Sirkeci. / EMİNÖNÜ
202 Haşim Baba Tomb İnadiye / ÜSKÜDAR
203 Hatice Sultan Tomb, (*) KalEnderhane Mah. Şehzade Mosque kıble innercourt / ŞEHZADEBAŞI
204 Hatice Turhan Valide Sultan Tomb, (*) Yenicami Külliyesi / EMİNÖNÜ
205 Hattat Mustafa Rakım Tomb, (*) Atik Ali Cad, Atik Ali Mosque karşısı / KARAGÜMRÜK
206 Havatin Tomb, (*) Yeni Mosque innercourt / EMİNÖNÜ
207 Haydar Baba Tomb, Haydarpaşa Garı / HAYDARPAŞA
208 Haydar Mirza Tomb, {Şahoğlu Tomb} Beybaba Sokak / EYÜP
209 Hekimoğlu Ali Paşa Tomb, (*) Hekimoğlu Ali Paşa Mosque and Külliyesi / CERRAHPAŞA
210 Helvai Yakub Efendi Tomb, Bozdoğan Kemeri Sok. / SÜLEYMANİYE
211 Helvacı Bacı (Baba) Tomb, Şehzade Mosque garden / ŞEHZADEBAŞI
212 Hemşire-i Cenab Hüseyin Şehri Banu Hanım Tomb, Koca Mustafa Paşa Mosque / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
213 Bolulu Himmet Efendi Tomb, {Salı (Himmetzade) Tekkesi} Çiçekçiler Mosque garden / ÜSKÜDAR
214 Hoca Hüseyin Sadık Efendi Tomb, Tahta Minare Mah. Vodina Cad. / BALAT
215 Hoca Selim and Hacı Hüsameddin Efendi Tombs, İdrisköşkü / EYÜP
216 Horoz Mehmed Dede Tomb, Yavuz Er Sinan Mosque garden / UNKAPANI
217 Hubbi Hatun Tomb, {Molla Çelebi Tekkesi} (*)Tabakhane Mevkii, Defterdar Cad. / EYÜP
218 Hulusi Ahmed Paşa Tomb ,Feshane Cad. üzeri, Ferhad Paşa Tomb'nin sol tarafında, Eyüp Emniyet Amirliği civarında / EYÜP
219 Gouverneur Hüma Hatun Validesi Tomb, Bali Paşa Cad. ile Hoca Efendi Sokağı'nın birleştiği yerde / EYÜP
220 Hürrem Sultan Tomb, (*) achter de Süleymaniye Mosque / SÜLEYMANİYE
221 Hüsam bin Abdullah (R.A.) Tomb, Salma Tomruk Cad. Paşa Hamamı Sok. (Hoca Kasım Günani Mosque karşısı) / FATİH
222 Hüseyin Hasıb Bey Tomb, Bostan İskelesi Sok. Mihrişah Valide Sultan İmareti garden / EYÜP
223 Hüseyin Paşa Tomb, Emir Buhari Mosque yakınında, Mustafa Paşa Tekkesi karşısı / EYÜP
224 Hüsrev Paşa Tomb, (*) Bostan İskelesi Sok. / EYÜP
225 Hüsrev Paşa Tomb, (*) Yenibahçe, Bali Paşa Mosque karşısındadır. / FATİH
226 Hz. Hafir Tomb, Eğrikapı dışında / EYÜP
227 Hz. Hamidullah el Ensari Tomb, Karabaş Mah. Ayvansaray Sur Dibi / FATİH
228 İbn-i Kemal Tomb, Edirnekapı dışında, Münzevi Caddesi üzerinde, Emir Buhari Mosque civarında / EYÜP
229 İbn-i Meddas Tomb, (Hüsameddin Tokadi Tomb) / UNKAPANI
230 İbrahim Çavuş Tomb, İbrahim Çavuş Mah. İbrahim Çavuş Sok. Şehremini
( İbrahim Çavuş Mosque garden) / FATİH
231 İbrahim Edhem Paşa Tomb, Mihrimah Mosque'nin solunda / ÜSKÜDAR
232 İbrahim Halebi Hz. Tomb, Edrinekapı Mezarlığı / EDİRNEKAPI
233 İbrahim Naks-i Tomb, Hekimoğlu Ali Paşa Mosque karşısı
234 İdris Muhtefi Hz. Tomb, Kulaksız Mosque arkası / KASIMPAŞA
235 İnadiye Baba Tomb, Deniz Abdal Mah. Şeyh Raşit Mosque yakınında, Şehremini / FATİH
236 İsimsiz Tomb, near the Tomb of Bulak Mustafa Paşa / EYÜP
237 İsa Bey Tomb, Akbaba Yeni Mah. / BEYKOZ
238 İsa Geylani Tomb, (Şeyh Kaşgari İsa Geylani Efendi Tomb) Kaşgari Dergahı, Piyer Loti kahvesi yolu üzeri, Murtaza Efendi Tekkesi Mosque innercourt) / EYÜP
239 İskender Baba Tomb, (Kaymakçızade Tekkesi) Gündoğumu Cad. üzeri / ÜSKÜDAR
240 İskender Mustafa Paşa Tomb, Tavukhane Sok. / SULTANAHMET
241 İskender Paşa Tomb, (*) Kanlıca Mah. Hisar Cad. / ÜSKÜDAR
242 İsmail Rumi Tomb, Kadiriler yokuşu, Kadiri Tekkesi haziresi / TOPHANE
243 İvaz Fakih Tomb, Büyük Çamlıca tepesi / ÇAMLICA
244 Ka'b R.A. Tomb, Abdülvedüd Mah., Ayvansaray-Defterdar arasında, Yağhane Değirmeni Sokağı / EYÜP
245 Kadiri Mahmud Baba Tomb, Kuşdili Çayırı / KADIKÖY
246 Şeyh Muhanmed Ziyad Tomb / SAMATYA
247 Kadı Sadi Tekkesi Tomb, Hoca Kasım Günani Mah. Draman Miraç Sokağı / FATİH
248 Kadıasker Mehmed Efendi Tomb, Akdeniz Cad. Fatih Adliyesi'nin yan sokağında / FATİH
249 Kahhar Baba Tomb, Halıcıoğlu, Kudüm Sok. No: 4 / BEYOĞLU
250 Kanlıca Şeyh Ataullah (Tekkesi) Tomb Kanlıca, Fıstık Yokuşu, Mezarlık Yolu / BEYKOZ
251 Kanuni Sultan Süleyman Tomb, (*) Süleymaniye Mah. / SÜLEYMANİYE
252 Kapıağası Kayış Mustafa Ağa Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Mosque mihrabı önünde / EYÜP
253 Kaptan-ı deryâ Hasan Hüsnü Paşa Tomb, (*) Boyacı Sok. / EYÜP
254 Kara Şemseddin Tomb Çırçır, Fatih Belediyesi arkası / FATİH
255 Kara Abalı Dede Tomb, (Kara Abalı Tekkesi) Dolmabahçe Mosque garden /DOLMABAHÇE
256 Kara Ahmed Paşa Tomb, (*) Suriçi, Fatma Sultan Mah. Kara Ahmet Paşa Mosque dış innercourtnda / TOPKAPI
257 Kara Baba Tomb, (Kara Baba Tekkesi) Dönem Sokak /ÇEMBERLİTAŞ
258 Kara Hisari İsmail Efendi Tomb, Koca Dede Mah. Beyceğiz Cad. Çarşamba /FATİH
259 Karaca Ahmed Sultan Tomb, (*) Ahçıbaşı Mah. Karaca Ahmed Cad. / ÜSKÜDAR
260 Karcı Şeyh Ahmed Dede Tomb, Yenikapı Mevlevihanesi / YENİKAPI
261 Kartal Baba Tomb, (Kartal Baba Tekkesi) Nuh Kuyusu Caddesi / ÜSKÜDAR
262 Kasap İlyas Tomb, Kasap İlyas Mah. Samatya Cad. (Kasap İlyas Mosque) / SAMATYA
263 Kaşıkçı Mustafa Efendi Tomb, Dede Paşa Sokaka / MOLLAGÜRANİ
264 Kavacık Hasan Dede Tomb, Anadolu Hisarı, Kızılserçe Sok. / BEYKOZ
265 Kavas Başı Tomb Acıçeşme, Hatice Sultan Sok. / KARAGÜMRÜK
266 Kavsara Tomb, Bağlarbaşı Yokuşu'nun altında, near the Kavsara Mescid / ÜSKÜDAR
267 Kazancıbaşı Sadeddin Efendi Tomb, Murat Paşa Mah. Kazani Sadi Sok. No:7 / AKSARAY
268 Kazasker Ak-Mahmud Efendi Tomb, Beybaba Sokağı, near Eyüp Sultan Mosque, Küçük Emir Efendi Tomb bitişiği / EYÜP
269 Kazasker Hamidzade Abdullah Efendi Tomb /EYÜP
270 Keçecizade Fuad Paşa Tomb, Binbirdirek Mah. Peykhane Cad./ ÇEMBERLİTAŞ
271 Kefçe Dede Tomb, Ahmediye Mosque garden / ÜSKÜDAR
272 Kemankeş Mustafa Paşa Tomb, Kaliçeci Hasan Ağa Mosque karşısı / ÇARŞIKAPI
273 Kenan Rufai Hz. Tomb, Merkez Efendi Mosque haziresi /KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
274 Keserci Baba Tomb, (Neccar Mehmed Efendi-Dülgerbaşı Tomb) Hoca Üveys Mah. Bali Paşa Mosque yakını (Hüsrev Paşa Tomb yakınında) / FATİH
275 Kesikbaş Hüseyin Ağa Tomb, (*) Küçük Ayasofya, İshak Paşa Mah. / CANKURTARAN
276 Kesikbaş and Derviş Molla Tombs, Eğrikapı Suriçi kapı çıkışı, / FATİH
277 Kılıçlı Baba Tomb, Mevlanakapı, Melek Hatun Mah. / FATİH
278 Kırımi Hüseyin Efendi Tomb, Ak Türbe Mezarlığı, Fetih Çelebi Camisi karşısı
279 Kırklar Sultan Tomb, Dereseki Köyü / BEYKOZ
280 Kiremitçi Süleyman Çelebi Tomb, Zal Paşa Cad. üzeri, Kızıl Mescid adı verilen (Kiremitçi Süleyman Çelebi Mosque) / EYÜP
281 Koca Reşid Paşa Tomb, (*) Beyazıt Mosque innercourt / BEYAZIT
282 Koca Sinan Paşa Tomb, (*) Molla Feneri Mah. Yeniçeriler Cad. / ÇEMBERLİTAŞ
283 Korucu Mahmud (Koruk Mahmud) Tomb, Deniz Abdal Mah. Vezir Cad. Ziya Gökalp Sok. (Koruk Mahmut Ağa Mosque) / ŞEHREMİNİ
284 Kovacı Dede Tomb, {Sevindik} Kovacı Dede Mah. Daruşşafaka Cad.
(near the Kovacı Mosque) / FATİH
285 Koyun Baba (Sheepfather) Tomb, Akşemsettin Caddesi ile Sarıgüzel Caddesi'nin kesiştiği yerde bulunmaktadır. / FATİH
286 Koyun Baba (Sheepfather) Tomb, Galata, Balıkçılar Pazarı / BEYOĞLU
287 Köpekçi Hasan Baba (Dogfather Hasan) Tomb, Edirnekapı Mezarlığı, Otakçılar / EYÜP
288 Köprülü Mehmed Paşa Tomb, (*) Divanyolu Caddesi üzeri / EMİNÖNÜ
289 Kuleli Baba Tomb Hüseyin Paşa Seddi Sokağı, aan de voorkant van de Kuleli Namazgâhı (right from the Kuleli Askeri Lisesi/Militairy Highschool) / ÜSKÜDAR
290 Kuyucu Murad Paşa Tomb, (*) Vezneciler, Kuyucu Murat Paşa Külliyesi / BEYAZIT
291 Küçük Emir Efendi Tomb, {Şimşir Dede Tomb}Eyüp Sultan Mosque'nin doğu tarafında / EYÜP
292 Lala Hüseyin Paşa Tomb, Fethi Çelebi Caddesi ile Otakçıbaşı Sokağı'nın birleştiği yerde / EYÜP
293 Lala Mustafa Paşa Tomb, (*) Eyüp Sultan Mosque innercourt / EYÜP
294 Lamekani Hüseyin Efendi Tomb, Şah Sultan Mosque, Cerrahpaşa Mosque garden / FATİH
295 Lohusa Kadın(Rahime Sultan)Tomb, (*) Şişhane'den Kasımpaşa'ya inen yol üzerindedir. / ŞİŞHANE
296 Mahmud Ağa Tomb, Silahtar Cad. (Eyüp Lisesi karşısındaki mezarlıkta) / EYÜP
297 Mahmud Bey Tomb, Yeni Çeşmeler Yokuşu, Açık Türbe Sokağı,
(near the Halil Paşa Tomb) / ÜSKÜDAR
298 Mahmud Celaleddin Paşa Tomb, {Prince Sabahaddin Tomb} (*) Merkez Mah. Bostan İskelesi Sokağı'nın güney yakasında, (Hüsrev Paşa Tomb ile Halil Rıfat Paşa Tomb'nin arasında) / EYÜP
299 Mahmud Nedim Paşa Tomb, (*) Cağaloğlu, Babıali Caddesi / EMİNÖNÜ
300 Mahmud Paşa Tomb, (*) Mahmut Paşa Mosque innercourt / MAHMUTPAŞA
301 Mahmud Şevket Paşa Tomb, Abide-i Hürriyet Tepesi /ŞİŞLİ
302 Manevi Mustafa Efendi Tomb, Doğancılar / ÜSKÜDAR
303 Mehmed Çelebi Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Mosque innercourt / EYÜP
304 Mehmed Ağa Tomb, (*) Çarşamba, Mehmet Ağa Mosque ablusu / FATİH
305 Mehmed Bahai Efendi Tomb, Fatih Mosque yakınında / FATİH
306 Mehmed II. (Fatih Sultan Mehmed) Tomb, (*) Fatih Mosque kıble innercourt / FATİH
307 Mehmed Kadızade Efendi Tomb, Seyit Ömer Mah. Cevdet Paşa Cad. / ŞEHREMİNİ
308 Mehmed Vusuli Efendi Tomb, Cezri Kasım Mah. Feshane Cad. / EYÜP
309 Mehmed Şakir Paşa Tomb, Fatih Külliyesi / FATİH
310 Memi Muhammed Can Efendi Tomb, Emir Buhari Mosque garden / FATİH
311 Merkez Efendi Tomb, (*) Merkez Efendi Mah. / MEVLANAKAPI
312 Mesih Ali Paşa Tomb, Mesih Ali Paşa Camisi innercourt / YAVUZ SELİM
313 Mesih Mehmed Paşa Tomb, Muhtesip İskender Mah. Eski Ali Paşa Cad.
(Mesih Ali Paşa Mosque innercourt) / FATİH
314 Familygrave Mihrahur-ı Evvel Mehmed Ağa Ailesi Tomb, Şehitklik Mevkii, Bahariye Mezarlığı, (Eyüp Lisesi karşısı) / EYÜP
315 Mihrişah Valide Sultan Tomb, (*) Bostan İskelesi Sok. / EYÜP
316 Mimar Sinan Tomb, (*) Süleymaniye Mah. Fetva Yokuşu Sok. / SÜLEYMANİYE
317 Minkarizade Şeyh-ül İslam Yahya Efendi Tomb, Sarı Gazi Köyü / ÜSKÜDAR
318 Mirimiran Mehmed Ağa Tomb, (*) Beybaba Sok. / EYÜP
319 Molla Lütfi Tomb, Defterdar Cad. / EYÜP
320 Molla Manisalıoğlu Tomb, Bozdoğan Kemeri, İmam Niyazi Sokak, Kul Mosque garden / FATİH
321 Muhammed Şemseddin Yeşil Efendi Tomb, Seyyid Nizam Caddesi'nin sol tarafında / SİLİVRİKAPI
322 Muhammed'ül Ensari Tomb, (*) Atik Mustafa Paşa Mah. / AYVANSARAY
323 Muhsin-zade Mehmed Paşa Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Tomb mezarlığında, türbe çıkış koridorunun sağ tarafındadır. / EYÜP
324 Muhterem (Mehmed Efendi) Tomb, Karagümrük Meydanı, Kabakulak Sokak No:104 /FATİH
325 Muhterem Efendi Tomb, near the entrance of the Basilica Cistern / Yerebatan Sarnıcı / SULTANAHMET
326 Murad-ı Münzevi Tomb, (Murad Buhari Tomb) Nişanca, Davut Ağa Caddesi
327 Mustafa Çelebi Bin İbrahim Paşa Tomb, near the Eyüp Sultan Tomb, türbe çıkış koridoru ile iç avlu arasında / EYÜP
328 Mustafa İzzi Efendi Tomb, (Hasırizade Tekkesi) Elifi Efendi Sok. / SÜTLÜCE
329 Mustafa Ağa Tomb, (*) Eyüp Mosque innercourt / EYÜP
330 Mustafa Fazıl Paşa Tomb, Bostan İskelesi üzerinde and Mihrişah Valide Sultan İmareti avlusundadır. / EYÜP
331 Müstakim Zade Süleyman Sadeddin Efendi Tomb Zeyrek, near the Mehmed Emin Tokadi Tomb / FATİH
332 Müeyyetzade Tomb, Galip Dede Cad. No: 125 / KULEDİBİ
333 Mürteza Efendi Tomb, Mürteza Efendi Mosque garden / EYÜP
334 Müzevvir Kardeşler Tomb Nişanca, Süleyman Şubaşı Mosque'nin ilerisi / EYÜP
335 Nakkaş Baba Tomb, Kuzguncuk'un batı kuzeyinde kendi adını verdiği mezarlıktadır. / ÜSKÜDAR
336 Nakkaş Hasan Paşa Tomb, (*) Zal Mahmut Paşa Caddesi üzerindedir. / EYÜP
337 Nakşidil Valide Sultan Tomb, (*) Fatih Mosque innercourt / FATİH
338 Nasuhi (Muhammed Nasuhi) Tomb, Doğancılar Cad. No:202 / ÜSKÜDAR
339 Nazif Hasan Dede Tomb, (Beşiktaş Mevlevihanesi) Silahtar Ağa cad. / EYÜP
340 Neccarzade Mustafa Rızauddin Efendi Tomb, (Muhammed Sıddık Neccaezade Efendi Tomb) Sinan Ağa Mah. Neccarzade Sok. near the Sinan Paşa Mosque /BEŞİKTAŞ
341 Nenesi Dede – Süt Sultan Dede Tomb, Duvardibi-Bağlarbaşı asfaltı üzerinde, Karacaahmed Tomb'nin mezarlığı / ÜSKÜDAR
342 Nevfidan Kadın Tomb, (*) Divanyolu Cad. Sultan II. Mahmud Tomb girişi / ÇEMBERLİTAŞ
343 Nureddin Cerrahi Hazretleri Tomb, {Nureddin Cerrahi Tekkesi} (*) Karagümrük, Derviş Ali Mah. Nureddin Tekkesi Sok. / FATİH
344 Nuri Baba Tomb / BEŞİKTAŞ
345 Nuri Muhammed Efendi Tomb, near Fatih Mosque / FATİH
346 Örümceksiz Dede Tomb, Melek Hatun Mah. Küçük Saray Meydanı, Mimar Acem (Örümceksiz)Mosque innercourt /MEVLANAKAPI
347 Pazar Tekkesi Tomb, (Hariri Muhammed Efendi Tomb) Şehremini Pazar Tekkesi Sokağı / TOPKAPI
348 Perdecibaşı Tomb, (Vücudizade Tomb) Kocamustafapaşa Çınarkarakolu yakını /FATİH
349 Pertev Paşa Tomb, (*) Eyüp Sultan Mah. Küçük Emirler Cad. / EYÜP
350 Pertevniyâl Valide Sultan Tomb, (*) Valide Mosque innercourt, Cumhuriyet Cad. Guraba Hüseyin Ağa Mah. / AKSARAY
351 Pervane Mustafa Dede Tomb, Karayel Sokağı / EYÜP
352 Pir Ahmed Edirnevi Tomb, Defterdar Cad. Cezri Kasım Mah. / EYÜP
353 Pirinçcibaşı Sinan Efendi Tomb, Şeyh Resmi Mah. Yedi Emirler Sok.
(Pirinçci Sinan Mosque Müştemilatı) / FATİH
354 Piyale Paşa Tomb, (*) Kaptan Paşa Mah. Zincirlikuyu Cad. No:252
Piyale Paşa Mosque innercourt /KASIMPAŞA
355 Ragıp Paşa Tomb, (*) Ordu Cad. / LALELİ
356 Ramazan Efendi Tomb, (*) Kocamustafapaşa otobüs durağı / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
357 Ruşen Efendi Tomb, near the Aziz Mahmud Hüdai Hazretleri Tomb / ÜSKÜDAR
358 Rumi Mehmed Paşa Tomb, (*) Rumi Mehmet Paşa Mosque innercourt / ÜSKÜDAR
359 Saçlı Emir Efendi Tomb, (Saçlı Emir Tekkesi) Kadı Mehmet Mah. Kulaksız Cad. No:62 /KASIMPAŞA
360 Saçlı Kasım Efendi Tomb, Hacı Hamza Mah. Belgrad Kapısı, Hacı Piri Cad.
361 Sadrıazam Mehmed Emin Rauf Paşa Tomb, Bostan İskelesi Sokağı üzerinde, Mihrişah Valide Sultan Tomb kapısı ile imaret kapısı arasında /EYÜP
362 Sadrıazam Tunuslu Hayreddin Paşa Tomb, Bostan İskelesi Sokağı civarında, Mihrişah Valide Sultan İmareti innercourt / EYÜP
363 Safiye Sultan Tomb, (*) Sümbül Efendi Mosque innercourt / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
364 Saka Baba Tomb, Vezir Tekkesi civarı, Yusuf Efendi Sokağı ile Çövenci Sokapı'nın birleştiği yerde / EYÜP
365 Saka Mustafa Tomb, Eyüp Sultan Mosque şadırvan innercourt / EYÜP
366 Sakabaşı Tomb / CİHANGİR
367 Salih Baba Tomb, Valide-i Atik Mah., Çavuş Deresi / ÜSKÜDAR
368 Salih Baba Tomb, {Doğancılar'da} Karlık Bayırı-Doğancılar Cad. / ÜSKÜDAR
369 Sancaktar Hayreddin Paşa Tomb, (*) Sancaktar Hayrettin Mosque innercourt / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
370 Sarı Abdullah Tomb Topkapı, Maltepe Mezarlığı / BAYRAMPAŞA
371 Sarı Baba Tomb / SARIYER
372 Sarı Kadı (Sarı Gazi) Mehmed Efendi Tomb, {Sarı Kadızade Şeyh Mustafa Tomb} Sarı Gazi Köyü / ÜSKÜDAR
373 Sarı Nasuh Tomb, Hasan Halife Mahallesi, / FATİH
374 Sefer Baba Tomb, Sururi M. Ufakköprü Sok. No:58 / KASIMPAŞA
375 Selami Ali Hazretleri Tomb Kısıklı, Çamlıca Tepesi'ne çıkan yokuşun solunda / ÜSKÜDAR
376 Selçuk Sultan Tomb, (*) Beyazıt Mosque innercourt / BEYAZIT
377 Selim I (Yavuz Sultan Selim) Tomb, (*) Yavuz Sultan Selim Mosque innercourt / ÇARŞAMBA
378 Selahattin Uşaki Hz. Tomb, (Tahir Ağa Tekkesi)Haydar Mah. Karadeniz Cad. Esrar Dede Sok. Tahir Ağa Cami'si garden / FATİH
379 Selamsız Baba Tomb, Selamsız Baba Mah. / ÜSKÜDAR
380 Semiz Ali Paşa Tomb, near the Eyüp Sultan Tomb / EYÜP
381 Server Dede Tomb, Tapu and Kadastro dairesi / SULTANAHMET
382 Serasker Rıza Paşa Tomb, Kocamustafapaşa Mosque innercourt / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
383 Sertarikzade Tomb, (Sertarikzade Mehmed Emin Efendi Tomb) near the Davut Ağa Mescidi, Nişanca Mah. / EYÜP
384 Servetseza Sultan Tomb, Yavuz Sultan Selim Mosque innercourt / FATİH
385 Safiyüddin and Seyfullah Dede Tombs, Küçük Hamam Meydanı, Şehremini / FATİH
386 Seyyid Hasan Hüsameddin Uşşaki (K.S.A) Tomb, Hüsameddin Uşşaki Tekkesi / KASIMPAŞA
387 Seyyid Mehmed Haydar Dede Tomb, Silivrikapı entrance outside the walls
388 Seyyid Mehmed Uyuni Tomb, Hasırizade Dergahı garden / SÜTLÜCE
389 Seyyid Nizam Hz. Tomb, (Şeyh Nizamüddin Efendi Tomb) Seyyid Nizam Mah. Seyyid Nizam Cad. No:69 / ZEYTİNBURNU
390 Seyyid Seyfullah Kasım Efendi Tomb, Silivrikapı Cad. Seyfullah Efendi Sokağı / FATİH
391 Seyyid Velâyet Tomb, (*) Aşıkpaşazade Külliyesi, Haydar Mah. Şair Balcı Sok. / FATİH
392 Sıdki Efendi Tomb / EYÜP
393 Sırrı Abdülbaki Dede Tomb, (Galata Mevlevihanesi) Galata Mevlevihanesi / BEYOĞLU
394 Silahi Mehmed Bey Tomb, Zal Paşa Cad. Zal Mahmud Paşa Mosque avlu kapısının karşısı / EYÜP
395 Sinan Ağa Tomb, Karadeniz Caddesi, Sinan Ağa Mosque / FATİH
396 Sinan Atik Tomb, Koca Dede Mah. Nişanca Caddesi , Çarşamba (Kumrulu Mosque garden) / FATİH
397 Sirkeci Muslihiddin Tomb, Zincirlikuyu Cad. / KASIMPAŞA
398 Sirkecibaşı Şeyh İsmail Efendi Tomb, (Sirkecibaşı Tekkesi) Küçük Mustafa Paşa Mah. Gül Mosque Sok. Küçükmustafapaşa / FATİH
399 Siyavuş Paşa Tomb, (*) Camii Kebir Caddesi / EYÜP
400 Sultan I. Abdülhamid Tomb, (*) Hobyar Mah. Bahçekapı, IV. Vakıf Han'ın karşısı / EMİNÖNÜ
401 Sultan I. Ahmed Tomb, (*) At Meydanı Cad. No:2 / SULTANAHMET
402 Sultan II. Bayezid Tomb, (*) Beyazıt Mosque innercourt / BEYAZIT
403 Sultan II. Mahmud Tomb, (*) Divanyolu Cad. / ÇEMBERLİTAŞ
404 Sultan II. Selim Tomb, (*) Ayasofya Museum garden / SULTANAHMET
405 Sultan III. Mehmed Tomb, (*) Ayasofya Museum garden / SULTANAHMET
406 Sultan III. Murad Tomb, (*) Ayasofya Museum garden / SULTANAHMET
407 Sultan III. Mustafa and Sultan III. Selim Tombs, (*) Laleli Külliyesi / AKSARAY
408 Sultan I.Mustafa and I.İbrahim Tombs, Ayasofya Museum garden / SULTANAHMET
409 Sultan V. Mehmed Reşad Tomb, (*) Boyacı Sok. / EYÜP
410 Sun'ullah Efendi Tomb, Kırçeşme Mah. İtfaiye Cad. (Hüsambey Mosque garden) / FATİH
411 Süleyman Ağa Tomb, Düğmeciler Cad. Tahta Minare Cad. karşısı /EYÜP
412 Süleyman Çavuş Tomb, Eyüp Emniyet Amirliği civarı / EYÜP
413 Süleyman Ekmeleddin Tomb, Sofular mahallesi / FATİH
414 Süleyman Hilmi Tunahan Efendi Tomb, Karacaahmed Kabristanlığı / ÜSKÜDAR
415 Sümbül Efendi Tomb, {Sümbül Efendi Tekkesi} (*) Sümbül Efendi Tekkesi, Kocamustafapaşa Külliyesi içi / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
416 Onsekiz Sekbanlar Tomb, Şehzade Mosque civarı / ŞEHZADEBAŞI
417 Şehzade Mahmud Tomb, (*) Kalanderhane Mah. Şehzade Mosque kıble innercourt / ŞEHZADEBAŞI
418 Şehzade Mehmed Tomb, (*) Kalanderhane Mah. Şehzade Mosque innercourt / ŞEHZADEBAŞI
419 Şehzadeler (Şehzadegân) Tomb, Ayasofya Museum garden / SULTANAHMET
420 Şehzadeler Tombs, Eyüp Sultan Mosque mihrabı, Bulak Mustafa Paşa Tomb'nin sol tarafında / EYÜP
421 Şehzadeler Tombs, (*) Çarşamba, Yavuz Sultan Selim Mosque innercourt / FATİH
422 Şehzadeler and Kadınlar Tombs (*) Ortaköy, Yahya Efendi Sok. / BEŞİKTAŞ
423 Şemsi Ahmed Paşa Tomb, (*) Şemsi Paşa Külliyesi / ÜSKÜDAR
424 Şenlik Dede Tomb, Vişnezade Mah. Şenlik Dede, Çatlak Çeşme Sok. No:46 / BEŞİKTAŞ
425 Şeyh Abdülmecid Sivasi Efendi Tomb, {Sivasi Tekkesi) Nişanca Cad. / EYÜP
426 Şeyh Abdülahad Nuri Efendi Tomb, (Sivasi Tekkesi)Nişanca Cad. near the Abdülmecid Sivasi Tomb /EYÜP
427 Şeyh Abdülkadir Efendi Tomb, Eski-Yeni Cadde üzerinde, near the Faik Paşa Konağı / EYÜP
428 Şeyh Abdullah Kaşgari Tomb, (Kaşgari Tekkesi) Kaşgari Tekkesi Mosque innercourt / EYÜP
429 Şeyh Ahmed Kamil Efendi Tomb, (Şeyh Türlü Tekkesi) Hatice Sultan Mah. Niyazi Mısri Sokağı,
467. Pafta, 2525. Ada / EDİRNEKAPI
430 Şeyh Ahmed Tomb, (Merkezzade Şeyh Ahmed Efendi) Silahtar Ağa Cad., Şah Sultan Mosque'nin kıble tarafı / EYÜP
431 Şeyh Bahçıvan Mehmed Arif Dede Tomb Yenibahçe, Hüsrev Paşa Tomb'nin giriş kapısı karşısı / FATİH
432 Şeyh Cemaleddin Uşşaki Efendi Tomb, (Cemaleddin Uşşaki Tekkesi) Eğrikapı karşısında, Hirami Ahmed Paşa Mosque'nin kıble tarafında / EYÜP
433 Şeyh el-Hac Seyyid Mehmed Haşim Tomb, Ali Fakih Mah. Kocamustafapaşa Cad. (Sümbül Efendi Mosque Müştemilatı) / FATİH
434 Şeyh Sinan Erdebili Tomb, Topkapı Mezarlığı / BAYRAMPAŞA
435 Şeyh Galib Dede Tomb, (*) Galata Mevlevihanesi, Divan Edebiyatı Museum girişi, Tünel / BEYOĞLU
436 Şeyh İbrahim Fahreddin Efendi Tomb, (Nureddin Cerrahi Tekkesi) Karagümrük, Derviş Ali Mah.Nureddin Tekkesi Sok. / FATİH
437 Şeyh Ahmed İzzet Efendi (Lokmacı Dede) Tomb, Lokmacı Dede Sokağı, Çarşamba Otobüs Durağı karşısı / FATİH
438 Şeyh Mehmed Şemseddin Efendi Tomb, (Seyyid Şemseddin Kadiri Tomb) Mimar Sinan Mah. Keçeciler Cad. (Akşemsettin Mosque yakını) / FATİH
439 Şeyh Mehmed Murad Efendi Tomb, (Mesnevihane Tekkesi) Tevkii Cafer Mah. Sancaktar Yokuşu Sok. (Mevlevihane Mosque innercourt) / FATİH
440 Şeyh Mehmed Zafir Tomb, (Ertuğrul Tekkesi Tomb) Cihan Numa Mah. Eski Yıldız Cad. No: 4 / BEŞİKTAŞ
441 Şeyh Süleyman Safi Efendi Tomb, Muhtesip İskender Mosque yakını, Karagümrük / FATİH
442 Şeyh Seyyid Nureddin Tomb, (Şeyh Seyyid Alaaddin Efendi Tomb) Ali Fakih Mah. Kocamustafapaşa Cad. (Sümbül Efendi Mosque Müştemilatı) / FATİH
443 Şeyh Vefa Hz. Tomb, (*) Vefa Mosque innercourt / VEFA
444 Şeyh Yahya Efendi Tomb, (*) Yıldız Mah. Yahya Efendi Sok. / BEŞİKTAŞ
445 Şeyh Yakup Efendi Tomb, Ali Fakih Mah. Kocamustafapaşa Cad. (Sümbül Efendi Mosque Müştemilatı) / FATİH
446 Şeyhülislam Ali Efendi Tomb, Edirnekapı Mezarlığı, Fethi Çelebi Cad. ile Münzevi Caddesi'nin birleştiği yerde / EYÜP
447 Şeyhülislam Mehmed Arif Efendi Tomb, Fethi Çelebi Cad. ile Otakçı Başı Caddesi'nin birleştiği yerde / EYÜP
448 Şeyhülislam Tekkesi Tomb, Baba Haydar Mevkii, Balcı Yokuşu üzeri, Maslak Yokuşu karşısı / EYÜP
449 Şirmerd Çavuş and Kızı Kamer Hatun Tombs, Murat Paşa Mah. Vatan Cad.
(Murat Paşa Mosque innercourt) / FATİH
450 Şu'be (Şube) Hz. Tomb, Eğrikapı-Şişhane Cad. üzeri / FATİH
451 Takkeci İbrahim Baba Tomb, Takkeci İbrahim Ağa Cami garden / TOPKAPI
452 Talat Paşa Tomb, Abide-i Hürriyet Tepesi / ŞİŞLİ
453 Tek (Üç) Gözlü Mehmed Efendi Tomb, Hacı Kadın Mah. Hacı Kadın Sok.
454 Telli Baba Tomb, Rumelikavağı Mevkii / SARIYER
455 Tezveren Dede Tomb, Divanyolu Cad. Sultan II. Mahmud Tomb'nin kapısının karşısında / ÇEMBERLİTAŞ
456 Tezveren Dede Tomb, Paşabahçe Cam Fab. near the girişi and İncirliköy Muhtarlığı / BEYKOZ
457 Tezveren Dede Tomb Langa / EMİNÖNÜ
458 Turabi Baba Tomb, (*) Camii Kebir Mah. Turabi Baba Cad. / KASIMPAŞA
459 Tuz Baba Tomb, Uzunca Ova Cad. Türkali Mah. No:22 /BEŞİKTAŞ
460 Türk Ahmed Paşa Tomb / EYÜP
461 Uyku Dede Tomb, Ali Fakih Mah. Ağaç Kakan Caddesi / KOCAMUSTAFAPAŞA
462 Uzun Evliya Tomb, Ortaçeşme, Uzun Evliya Mosque garden / BEYKOZ
463 Uzun Sucaeddin Hz. Tomb, Keçecizade Mosque garden / EMİNÖNÜ
464 Ümmü Gülsüm Hatun Tomb, Tarakçılar Cad. Mahmudpaşa / EMİNÖNÜ
465 Ümmi Sinan Efendi Tomb, (Şeyh Nasuh Efendi Tekkesi) Düğmeciler / EYÜP
466 Üryanizade Esad Efendi Tomb, (*) Eyüp Sultan Mah. Camii Kebir Cad. / EYÜP
467 Üsküdar Mevlevihanesi Tomb, (*) Doğancılar Cad. / ÜSKÜDAR
468 Yakub Ağa Tomb, Abdurrahman Şeref Bey Caddesi, Aşhane Sokağı üzeri, Otakçılar / EYÜP
469 Yakub Afvi Efendi Tomb, İnadiye / ÜSKÜDAR
470 Yakub Germiyani Efendi Tomb, Sümbül Efendi Mosque civarı
471 Yatağan Mustafa Dede Tomb, near the Yatağan Mescid / EĞRİKAPI
472 Yavuz Er Sinan Tomb, Sağrıcılar Mosque'nin mihrabı / UNKAPANI
473 Yedi Emirler Tomb, Şeyh Resmi Mahallesi, Baş İmam Sokağı /FATİH
474 Yedi Emirler Tomb, Cambaziye Mosque, Silivrikapı civarı
475 Yedi Şehitler Tomb, Kazlıçeşme / ZEYTİNBURNU
476 Yenikapı Mevlevihanesi Tomb (Osman Selahaddin Dede Tomb) (Safiyyüddin Musa Dede Tomb) (Şeyh Abdurrahim Dede Tomb) Merkez Efendi Mah. Mevlevihane Cad. / MEVLANAKAPI
477 Yıldız Dede Tomb, (Şeyh Necmeddin Efendi Tomb) 4. Valıf Han karşısı / EMİNÖNÜ
478 Yolcuzade Tomb, Arap Mosque innercourt / KARAKÖY
479 Yusuf Baba Tomb, (Baba Yusuf Sivrihisari Tomb) Eyüp Sultan Tomb'nin avlu çıkış kapısının karşısı / EYÜP
480 Yunus Dede Tomb, Balık Pazarı, Galata / BEYOĞLU
481 Yûşa Nebi Tomb, Anadolu Kavağı yolu, Yuşa tepesi / BEYKOZ
481 Zakirzade Abdullah Efendi Tomb, Karacaahmed Tekkesi arkası / ÜSKÜDAR
482 Zal Mahmud Paşa Tomb, (*) Feshane Cad. Zal Mahmud Paşa Mosque haziresi / EYÜP
483 Şeyh Mustafa Zekai Efendi Tomb, (Ümmü Sinan Tekkesi) (Oruç Baba) Arpa Emini Mah. Kürkçübaşı Sok.. Şehremini / TOPKAPI
484 Zenbilli Ali Cemali Efendi Tomb, Sinan Ağa Mah. Zeyrek Yokuşu / FATİH
485 Zeynep Hanım and Kamil Paşa Tombs, Zeynep Kamil Hastanesi garden / ÜSKÜDAR
486 Zeynep Hatun Tomb İdrisköşkü civarı, Türbe Sokağı'nın sol köşesi /EYÜP
487 Zuhurat Baba Tomb / BAKIRKÖY


The central doctrine of Sufism is the understanding: all phenomena are manifestations of a single reality, or Wujud (being), or al-Haq (Truth, God).

The essence of being is devoid of every form and quality, and hence unmanifested, yet it is inseparable from every form and phenomenon either material or spiritual.

It is often understood to imply that every phenomenon is an aspect of Truth and at the same time attribution of existence to it is false. The chief aim of all Sufis then is to let go of all notions of duality to realize the divine unity.

Although philosophies vary between different Sufi orders, Sufism as a whole is primarily concerned with direct personal experience.

Sufis teach in personal groups, believing the interaction of the master is necessary for the growth of the pupil. They make extensive use of parable, allegory, and metaphor, and it is held by Sufis that meaning can only be reached through a process of seeking the truth, and knowledge of oneself.

There are three ways of knowing a thing. Take for instance a flame. One can be told of the flame, one can see the flame with his own eyes, and finally one can reach out and be burned by it. In this way, Sufis seek to be burned by God.

  • I was raw, but now I'm cooked!

There are a number of reasons given for why a Sufi finds 'being cooked' enjoyable, and the answer is largely dependent on the individual. For some, compliance offers a form of therapeutic escape; for others it may evoke the feelings of safety and protection.

It is usually agreed on that emotional experiences can have a profound effect on the character and that these experiences are consensual. This contradictory is perhaps most evident in the following metaphor, credited to an unknown Sufi scholar, that helps describe this line of thought.

  • A lover goes to the door of the adored. He knocks at the door, and when the dearly loved asked: "Who's there?".
    "It is me."
    "Go away."
    He goes away and stays a long time, but then comes back. Knocks at the door again.
    "Who's there" and he says, "It is you."
    "Come in."

According to Idries Shah, the Sufi philosophy is universal in nature, its roots predating the arising of Islam and the other modern-day religions. Sufi orders self, which are either Sunni or Shi'a in doctrine, attribute their origins from the Prophet Mohamed, through his cousin Ali, or from Abu Bakr.

1: The Ali-path from the signs to the Signifier
On the path from the signs to the Signifier (or from the arts to the Artisan), the seeker begins by purifying the lower self of every corrupting influence that stands in the way of recognizing all of creation as the work of God, as God's active Self-disclosure or theophany. This is the way of Imam Al-Ghazali and of the majority of the Sufi orders.

2: TheAbu Bakr-path from the Signifier to His signs
On the other hand there is the path from the Signifier to His signs, from the Artisan to His works. In this branch the seeker experiences divine attraction (jadhba), and is able to enter the path with a glimpse of its endpoint, of direct apprehension of the Divine Presence towards which all spiritual striving is directed. This does not replace the striving to purify the heart, as in the other branch; it simply stems from a different point of entry into the path. This is the way primarily of the masters of the Naqshbandi and Shadhili orders.

Between the 13th and 16th centuries CE, Sufism produced a flourishing intellectual culture throughout the Islamic world, a sort of "Golden Age" whose physical artifacts are still present. In many places, a lodge (known variously as a zaouia, khanqah, or tekke) would be endowed through a pious foundation in perpetuity (waqf) to provide a gathering place for Sufi adepts, as well as lodging for itinerant seekers of knowledge. The same system of endowments could also be used to pay for a complex of buildings, such as that surrounding the Süleymaniye Mosque in Istanbul, including a lodge for Sufi seekers, a hospice with kitchens where these seekers could serve the poor and/or complete a period of initiation, a library, and other structures. No important domain in the civilization of Islam remained unaffected by Sufism in this period.

Scholars and adherents of Sufism are unanimous in agreeing that Sufism cannot be learned through books. To enter the Mevlana-way of Sufism, the prospective adherent of the Mevlevi Order has to serve in the kitchens of a hospice for the poor for 1,001 days prior to being accepted for spiritual instruction, and a further 1,001 days solitary on the Sufipath as a precondition of completing that instruction.

Sufi psychology is drawing primarily upon three concepts. Ja'far al-Sadiq (both an imam in the Shia tradition and a respected scholar and link in chains of Sufi transmission in all Islamic sects) held that human beings are dominated by a lower self called the nafs, a faculty of spiritual intuition called the qalb or spiritual heart, and a spirit or soul called ruh. These interact in various ways, producing the spiritual types of the tyrant (dominated by nafs), the person of faith and moderation (dominated by the spiritual heart), and the person lost in love for God (dominated by the ruh).

Dhikr on the Sufipath

Dhikr is the remembrance of our creator. Some types of dhikr are commanded in the Qur'an for all believers. To engage in dhikr is to practice consciousness of the Divine Presence (some would say "to seek a state of godwariness"). As dhikr is prescribed for all believers, it does not require Sufi initiation or the prescription of a Sufi master because they are deemed to be good for every seeker under every circumstance. Other types of dhikr require specific instruction and permission.
Dhikr as a devotional act is walking the Sufipaith to maintain awareness of our creator.

Mevlana biography by Mohamed el-Fers

The biography

The highly acclaimed Mevlana Rumi biography by Mohamed el-Fers is out now in an English edition. From this biography:

My first encounter with a Mevlânâ dervish was in the death of the night in front of the Istanbul Blue Mosque of Sultan Ahmed. From far I heard the melancholic sound of a flute. In front of the Mosque a troop of meagre street dogs.

Everywhere in old Istanbul you see those skinny streetdogs. Thousands of dogs are living in the streets. At daytime they are lying on the ground, sly, lazy, lively, flea-bitten and battle-scarred they try to sleep in the chaos of this huge metropole.

Then they don't show any interest, not even for in the many cats that walk around.
But at night stray dogs can create havoc in Istanbul. They form howling and quarrelling groups who scavenged in the streets.

If you collided with them, you better press yourself to the wall. People riding two wheelers could met serious accidents.

Sultan Mahmut II, who finished off the Janissaries in 1826, had also the dogs swept off the streets of Istanbul. They were not, like his elitecorps bluntly massacred, but shipped out to an island in the Sea of Marmara.

By 1918 the dogs of Istanbul were rounded up again. Some of them escaped, as the filfthy beasts in front of the Blue Mosque proved. They laid quit and one came wagging to me. It was the dog that I saw sometimes down the railway where I lived. Pitied by the poor appearance of that bitch, I sometimes threw leftovers of the food from my balcony her direction. But never came close.

Now her wet nose pushed gentil my hand. The other dogs laid as drugged. No bark was heard as long as the flute sounded. The player smiled and nodded me to sit down.

When I later accounted the meeting, I learned the fluteplayer was a regular on the steps of the Mosque of Sultan Ahmed. And that I should take care.
But is was such a friendly man with the peace in his eyes.
It was not so much the guy, but what he was. Or should I say, not should be?
He was a Mevlevi, a follower of Mevlânâ Rumi…
So, what harm could he do? Mevlânâ Rumi lived eight centuries ago. What the hell was wrong with the founder of the Whirling Dervishes?
He was a Sufi, a mystic…
Was that why even the streetdogs were at ease near him?
You better take care with this kind of people.
But why?
Did't he wear his hat?

A year later in the wintertime I saw the fluteplayer again. In Konya, about 700km east of Istanbul. On his head the 'hat'. A tall, conical honey-colored stovepipe hat. His tall hat was like a tombstone. Fitting with the black cloack of his derwish dress. This night he was not playing the dogs as audience, but a huge crowd, gathered in Konya's main sporthall. He was one of the neyzen in the orchestra accompanying the whirling of the mystics. I knew by then that he was actually declared a non-person by the Turkish law, who stricktly forbids Sufism.

Before the Turkish Republic was proclaimed on the 29th of October 1923, the Sufi's of the Mevlânâ-order played an important role in the vast Ottoman Empire. As they did in the beginning of the new republic founded by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (1881-1938) on what was left of the empire in Eastern Thrace and the Anatolian heartland. The first vice president of the first Parliament of Turkish Republic was the head of the Konya Mevlânâ Convent Abdulhalim Çelebi Efendi.
Mustafa Kemal nihilated the existence of the Sufi's by Law nr. 677 of the Penal Code.

Fragment from the Mevlânâ biography of Mohamed el-Fers. Buy this book

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