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Beyazid,

1612–1638?, Ottoman prince; brother of Sultan Murad IV. Considering Beyazid a dangerous rival, Murad ordered his execution. Beyazid's death is treated in Jean RacineRacine, Jean
, 1639–99, French dramatist. Racine is the prime exemplar of French classicism. The nobility of his Alexandrine verse, the simplicity of his diction, the psychological realism of his characters, and the skill of his dramatic construction contribute to the
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's tragedy, Bajazet (1672).
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For instance, consider the statement of Bayazid Bosami (R), a famous Sufi, who said, "The ultimate knowledge is to understand that God knows your outward and inward aspects, your secrets and that which is manifest." [Bahr al-Fava'id]
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He went through all Pashto classics like Bayazid Ansari, Khushal Khan Khattak, Rahman Baba, Ali Khan and Abdul Hameed Baba and read Persian and Urdu poetry.
He was also believed to have had friendly relations with two of the eminent Sufis of his time - Syed Moazzam Shah Jilani and Shaikh Bajid (Bayazid).
From the territory described, all that [is] known and enumerated within it, small and large and derived from it, together with 100 kharwar of unimpaired seed in equal shares after the sowing of the seed by the village mentioned earlier [Naw-Dih], is allocated to Shaykh Bayazid and Khwaja Mahmud Jami.
BAYAZID, TURKEY, July 21, 2018 (WAFA) - A group of Palestinian adventurers started on Saturday a four-day climb toward the top of Mount Ararat in Turkey, according to the trip organizers.
It is to note that Hamadeh received two honorary doctorates from Bayazid University in Ankara and the International Astrolabe University in Istanbul.
After he spoke to God, Bayazid faced the problem of language.
Mughal King Akbar faced a religious rebellion in Hindukush region when Roshaniya Movement was instituted by one Bayazid Ansari, an immigrant from Medina in 1542-3 AD.
Right from the Roshanite Movement of Bayazid Ansari in the 16th century till the continuation of the Khudai Khidmatgaar Movement of Bacha Khan till the present times, the PTM might have extracted wisdom from both resistance and parliamentary struggle of the Pashtuns for politico-economic empowerment.