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During the birth of his children, the Hodja stood holding a lighted candle. The first child was born, and as they were twins, after a while the second child was also born. Suddenly the Hodja extinguished the candle. 'Why' asked the attendant relatives. He
22/12/2012 · Nasreddin Hoca'yı göl kıyısında bir bakraç yoğurt ile gören meraklı köylüler:-Hoca Efendi, hayrola, ne yapıyorsun? Nasreddin Hoca da:-Göle maya çalıyorum, der. Köylüler iyice şaşırırlar bu cevaba. Kıs kıs gülerek, alay edercesine:-Hoca Efendi, göl hiç maya tutar
Nasrettin Hoca goes to his neighbor's house and asks him to borrow his big cauldron for a few days. Your cauldron gave birth! The neighbor thinks that this is a good profit and takes them. After a while, Nasrettin Hoca goes to his neighbor's house again and
The foremost peculiarities that the students mention about Nasreddin Hoca are him being funny and having funny jokes. The most-widely known jokes of Nasreddin Hoca by the students are "Whoever pays gets to tune, The cauldron gave birth, What if it happens.
A forty year old wine ingilizce hikayesi (nasrettin hoca). İngilizce etkinlikler ve ingilizce online test. One day, a neighbor said to the Hodja: - Have you a wine that is forty years old? - Yes I have, replied the Hodja. Can you give me a little, asked the neighbor.
1/8/2001 · A Mullah Nasruddin / Nasreddin Hoca story Ungrateful son of a donkey One day, the Mullah's donkey, Karakacan, gave birth to a foal. Believing himself the father, Mullah thought, Since now I have two donkeys, I shall send my younger son to a teacher to instruct him, so he will be taught, he will learn to[…]
cauldron could give birth, so it could also die." When the man says in a fury: - "Is that possible, Cadi Effendi?" Nasreddin Hodja retorts: - "You believe that it gave birth to a …
30/5/2013 · Nasreddin Hoca (read Hodja, which means 'scholar' or 'teacher' in Turkish) is a popular historical (13th century) figure and an imam known for his wit, wisdom and courage. By means of humour, he wanted to bring the vices that were widespread in the community (e.g. backbiting/slander, stealing, corruption) to the attention of the people -which he
Anecdotes of Molla Nasreddin Hodja (For Children of All Ages) Bismillahir Rahmaneer Raheem. In the name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful. My salutation is also to our Prophet Muhammad sallal-Iahu alayhi wa sallam (S) [peace and blessings of Allah be upon him]. Civilization is often measured in terms of arts and literature and never in
In Ramazan, a special month for Moslems, the Hodja began it by putting a stone in a cup, to know which day it was. So, every morning he put a stone into the cup without knowing that one of his friends put a handful of stones in it, to play a trick on him. "Up to today 45 days of Ramazan have passed."
4/5/2017 · Nasreddin Hodja is believed to have been born in 1208 in the village of Hortu of Sivrihisar, in present-day Turkey, after which he moved to Aksehir, and later to Konya, where he died in 1284. But according to some, a person named Nasreddin Hodja never lived; he was just an imaginary character created by the natives of Anatolia in the 13th
25/6/2021 · NASREDDİN HOCA (1208-1284) A popular scholar, He was famously considered the foremost protagonist of comical tales with an emotional content or other message. He was born in the district of Hortu, in Sivrihisar, and died in Akşehir.
16/5/2009 · Nasreddin Hodja is Turkey's (and perhaps all of Islam's) best-known trickster. His legendary wit and droll trickery were possibly based on the exploits and words of a historical imam. Nasreddin reputedly was born in 1208 in the village of Horto near Sivrihisar.
Nasreddin Hoca (read Hodja, which means 'scholar' or 'teacher' in Turkish) is a popular historical (13th century) figure and an imam known for his wit, wisdom and courage. By means of humour, he wanted to bring the vices that were widespread in the community (e.g. backbiting/slander, stealing, corruption) to the attention of the people -which he was very successful in doing.
The pot that gave birth Hoca borrowed a large pot from his neighbor. Days and weeks went by and he did not return the pot. One day the neighbor stopped by and asked if he could have his pot back. Hoca apologized, "I am sorry, I forgot to return it. But I have
22/12/2015 · Taste the same. Some children saw Nasreddin coming from the vineyard with two baskets full of grapes loaded on his donkey. They gathered around him and asked him to give them a taste. Nasreddin picked up a bunch of grapes and gave each child a grape. "You have so much, but you gave us so little," the children whined.
The Cauldron That Died Palestine One day Johha borrowed a large tanjera, or copper saucepan, from a neighbor for domestic use.Next day he returned it together with a very small but quite new one. "What is this?" asked the surprised owner. "Your tanjera gave birth to a young one during the night," replied the jester, and, in spite of the incredulity of the other man, maintained his assertion
At this site, Nasrettin Hoca's devotees perform their humorous memorial ceremony each year. Being a judge for several years made Nasreddin Hodja known to be Nasuriddin Hoca, which then becomes Nasreddin Hoca and gives familiarity to his noble name.