Between the 11th and 13th centuries the Islamic World was greatly ruined. It was caused by the Crusade invasions from the west and Mogol invasions from the east. Following those two depredations, several attempts were made for Islamic Resurgence in Anatolia. The Ahi sect was one of the most important components of this resurgence with its mentality, orientation and efforts. The Ahi community fostered a novel approach for the individual's search for existence, the society's search for resurgence and the state seeking survival. The approach remained effective until the 20th century. The traces of the Ahi institution are still evident in our language, literature, art, customs and traditions. They are a rich heritage for our new quests for improving our culture and civilisation. We can refer to this source in any way and situation.