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At the beginning of the twentieth century, all Muslim societies went through critical changes in various areas including education, religion, politics, and nationalism. From the Ottoman Empire to Iran; from Egypt to Bukhara, key cities of Islamic geography have been affected by the modernization movement. The Muslim elite who were involved in these modernization activities hoped that the Muslim states would return to their powerful and glorious days. In this article, the author tries to compare the concepts such as nation, homeland and modernization in the Bukharan and Ottoman societies, and to show how Ottoman ideas of modernisation and nation had an impact on the Jadids of Central Asia. To this end, the article looks at the similarities of the concepts of "nation" and "homeland" in the Homeland or Silistra of Namik Kemal and the Indian Revolutionaries of Abdalrauf Fitrat. In the article, how the Jadids utilized the theater as a mean of educating their community is also discussed.