Tahtacı Male gravestones , as the female ones, are the masterpieces of gravestones artwork reflecting their central Asian old Turkish traditions as well as Baktashi sect belief’s patterns & symbols on. The Tahtacı Turcomen people unfortunately have been slaughtered and killed as groups after the battlefield of Çaldıran in 1512 AD during the reign of Ottoman empire Selim I and Tahtacı Turcomen tribes were exiled to the different parts of the empire to be isolated. These unlucky events caused some rebels from time to time as the Ottoman authority was weakend & lost in Anatolia in thestagnation and declining periods. Most of the Turcomen groups have gone to the mountains to survive their lives and had to carry their weapons not to be killed by Ottoman army troops. The rebels were called as “ Efe “ especially in Aegean regions where Turcomen Turks lived so Efe Turks had to live with their weapons such as guns &pistols &swords in order to be protected both enemies and wild animals on the mountainous areas and forests. Most of the Efe Turks had bequeathed to be buried with his sword or rifle as the symbol of heroism and carved its figures on their gravestones after deaths. Therefore most of the Tahtacı Turcaoman male gravestones have symbols of hereoism and patriotism. The common features of Tahtacı male gravestones are as follows ; Generally the fes used as the headgear dated the middle of the 19th century AD and below the fes headgear his bolero is located first and around his bolero a long watch strap takes place with the pocket watch made of silver surrounded with floral patterns showing he used to wear embroidered bolero duirng his life. Then the moon & crescent were carved as symmetrical on both sides with olive branches describing he missed the peace altough he had to fight everyday. Another item was the amulet to be protected and being safe from enemies & malice reflecting his inner world. The most important part of male gravestone is the waist part consisting either a big rifle & sword or a precious dagger & pistol. Some of the male gravestones contained all of the weapons altogether in belt section. The Ottoman flag also can be found on male gravestones during the Balcan & independence war times. In short Tahtacı Male gravestones are symbolizing heroism, patriotism, injustice revolt, tring to maintain old Turkish traditions, manhood and bravery. Tahtacı Turkish tribes are the real Turks who have been trying to keep up with old asiatic Turkish customs & traditions with the pirinciples of Baktashi order so they are accepted as the pure Turks not mixed with the other congregations or nations in Anatolia.