Khalid Bin Al-Waled Replica Sword
The entire sword is made by hand. In the construction of the sword, it was produced as a representation inspired by the Sword of Halid Bin Walid, which is exhibited in the holy relics of Topkapi Palace. The engravings on it are made by hand in accordance with the original. The hilt and the sheath of the sword are covered in red velvet fabric in accordance with its history. Precious real turquoise and ruby stones are decorated in accordance with the original on the hilt and sheath of the sword.
In addition to being unique, it is highly prestigious.You can easily choose the product for all your loved ones, especially your friends with high positions and positions, it is a rare gift in a special gift box that will add value to its value over the years.
History of the Sword: Halid Bin Walid, who was the first commander in chief in the process of statehood of Islam; He is one of the rare commanders who never lost a war he fought in his life. In the battle of Mute, he was able to disperse and repulse the Byzantine army of thirty thousand people in some sources and a hundred thousand people in some sources with a series of two thousand people, and it was mentioned for the first time in western historical sources, and this was not the last.
The commander who collapsed the great power of the period, the Sassanid Empire; The conqueror of Damascus, Humus, Anbar, Busra, Fihl; The victorious commander of the Battle of Yarmouk; it is a few of his titles. The most mentioned aspect in the history of Islam was victorious in the battle of Uhud and Hz. It is the characteristic of being the only commander who was able to get results against the armies of the Prophet. The main event that made Halid bin Walid, whose title was Kılıç, important among the Arabs in the period before becoming a Muslim, was Hz. It is the title of the Sword of God (Seyfullah) given to him by the Prophet.
The “sacred relics”, which were brought to Istanbul after Yavuz Sultan Selim’s Egypt expedition and became an invaluable treasure in the following periods, attract another interest in Ramadan. Hz. Muhammad’s cardigan, beard, the enclosure where the female broken in the Battle of Uhud was kept, the footprint, the letters, the arrow and the sword, the bowl where he drank water, Hz. Abraham’s pot, Hz. The staff of Moses, Hz. David, Hz. Ali, Hz. Abu Bakr and Hz. Umar’s sword, Hz. Yusuf’s robe, Hz. The Holy Quran of Osman, Hz. Hundreds of relics, such as the shirt, cardigan, prayer rug and chest belonging to Fatma, and the sword of Khalid Ibn Waleed, which carry the scent and abundance of the Prophet’s century to this day, are exhibited in the Topkapı Palace Sacred Relics Office.