Veysel was born October 25, 1894 in Sivas. Died 21 March 1973te) a large Turkish population thinker.   Şarkışla district of Sivas province into a family of farmers in the village of Sivrialan Asik Veysel was born, her left eye as a result of smallpox at the age of seven, lost his left eye in an unfortunate outcome. His father, the instrumentalists for toying with Asik Veysel started playing songs before the other poets, whom he met in 1933, Ahmet Kutsi Tecer'in incentives began to write his own lyrics.   Asik Veysel the last great representatives of in love with the tradition, she taught a semester residence traveling around the Village Institutes reeds. Hümeyra 1970s, Fikret Kızılok, Esin Afsar Asik Veysel some musicians, such as the spread of the sayings made by editing the. Made on behalf of each year Şarkışla'da festivities.   Turkish works of straight forward. Uses language skillfully. Method unpretentious and almost flawless. Joie de vivre of sadness, despair, optimism intertwined with poetry. Nature, social events, religion and politics, there are subtle criticism leveled poems. Poems, sayings (1944), Sazımdan Sounds (1950), Friends Remember Me (1970) is collected books. After the death of all the Poems (1984) re-issued in the name works.

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Asik Veysel in ingilizce hayatı Asik Veysel (1894 – 1973)

Asik Veysel (Veysel Satiroglu) is among the minstrels of the Republican era. Born in the Sivrialan village of Sarkisla (district ofSivas), he lost his sight at the age of 7 during a smallpox epidemic. He developed his talents as he got familiar with the broken saz (string instrument) given to him by his father to keep him entertained, and as he listen to the wandering minstrels visiting Sivrialan. When both his mother and father died in 1920, he was left alone with his saz and the children of his elder brother. He gained recognition after 1931. He reached Ankara for the 10th year anniversary of the Republic established by Atatürk after traveling on foot for three months. He traveled around the country, reciting his poetry and playing his saz. He was a teacher of folk songs at various village institutes.

All poems of Asik Veysel were collected by Ümit Yasar Oguzcan and published with the title “Let the Friends Remember Me” (1970). A book of collected works edited by Ğ. Y. Oguzcan was also published in 1973 which includes his biography and articles written about him and his poetry.

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