Islamic scholar, Sufi
(B. ?, Istanbul – D. 1686, Istanbul). He was grown up in Istanbul as the child of
a Bosnian family. He became a member of Naqgshbandi order. He served as Judge
of the Army. His tomb is in Üsküdar, next to Divitcizade Lodge.
Sevânihü’l-Ulûm, İşâretü’l-Merâm (Fıkh-ı Ekber Şerhi),
Fıkh-ı Ebsat, Kitâbü’l-Âlem, Kitâbü’l-Vasiyet.
REFERENCE: Bursalı Mehmed Tahir / Osmanlı Müellifleri I (1972), İhsan Işık (TEKAA, 2009).