Displaying items by tag: Hadith (44 books)
Merits of Sayyidina Imam Ali in the Sahih Ahadith, by the great Imam of Hadith Imam Nasai, author of Sunan Nasai
Hadith e Iftiraq-e-Ummat (Urdu) by Muhammad Asim Qadri
A research work on the famous Hadith about the division of Muslim Ummah into 73 sects.
شرح صحیح مسلم شریف
از علامہ غلام رسول سعیدی، شیخ الحدیث دار العلوم نعیمیہ کراچی
Sharah Sahih Muslim, Urdu, by Allama Ghulam Rasool Saeedi, 7 volumes. 7825 pages in all.
al-Fadl al-Mubeen Fi Musalsal
الفضل المبين في المسلسل من حديث النبي الأمين
by Shah Waliullah Dehlavi (1703-1762) شاه ولي الله بن عبدالرحيم المحدث الدهلوي
Published by Dar al-Kutub Deoband, 1418 A.H. (218 pages)
Shah Waliullah Dehlavi, the author of Hujjat-ullah al-Balighah, was one of the greatest Sufi authors and Muhadditheen of the Indian subcontinent. This book, containing three of his writings, lists all the chains of narration of Hadith received by him from his teachers.
Following three short books are included in this:
- (الفضل المبين من حديث النبي الأمين), Ahadith with direct chain of authority of narration
- (الدر الثمين في مبشرات النبي الأمين), forty Ahadith narrated by dreams or spiritual visions, personally or from his father Shah Abdul-Rahim
- (النوادر من أحاديث سيد الأوائل و الأواخر), Ahadith narrated through the Jinn or from Khidr (Masnad al-Jinn wa Masnad al-Khidr)
Mir'at Sharah Mishkat al-Masabih in Urdu
مرات شرح مشکوٰة المصابیح
Author: Mufti Ahmad Yar Khan Naeemi (مولانا مفتی احمد یار خاں نعیمی رحمة اللہ علیہ)
Language: Urdu (اردو)
Publisher: Zia-ul-Quran Publications Lahore (ضیاء القرآن پبلیکیشنز)
Musafa wa Musawwa (مصفى مسوى)
Author: Shah Wali-ullah Dehlavi
Ihya al Mayyit Bi Fadhaail Ahlul Bayt
احياء الميت بفضائل اهل البيت
Author: Imam Jalaluddin al-Suyuti (امام جلال الدين السيوطي)
The book contains seventy Hadiths regarding the merits of Ahl al-Bayt, the sacred family members of our Holy Prophet s.a.w.
Author: Manzoor bin Kasim
A collection of 103 Ahadith in Malayalam language.
Masnad Humaydi (مسند الحميدي)
By: Abu-Bakr Abdullah bin Zubair al-Humaydi al-Makki (d. 219 AH)
He is Abdullah ibn az-Zubair ibn ‘Eesa ibn ‘Ubaydullah ibn Usaamah, Abu Bakr, al-Qurashi al-Asadi al-Humaydi al-Makki, Shaykh of the Haram, and the author of al-Musnad.
He narrated hadith from Fudayl ibn ‘Iyyad and Sufyan ibn ‘Uyaynah – and he did so with frequency and he excelled – and Wakee’ and ash-Shafi’ee, and others.
Bukhari narrated the first hadith in his Saheeh from him. His students also include adh-Dhuhlee, Abu Zur’ah ar-Razi, Abu Haatim ar-Razee, Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Idris al-Makki, his scribe, and many besides them.The Scholars’ Praise for Him:
Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal said, “We consider Humaydi an imam.” Abu Hatim said, “The most reliable of people (in narrating) from ibn ‘Uyaynah is al-Humaydi. He is the head of his companions (students), and he is a reliable Imam.” Ya’qub al-Fasawee said, “We narrated from al-Humaydi and I did not meet anyone more sincere to Islam and its people than him.” Al-Haakim said, “When al-Bukhari would find a hadith with al-Humaydi, he would not go beyond it to others.” Harb al-Kirmani, al-Lalaka’i, ibn Taymiyyah, and others described him as an Imam in the Sunnah.
The references for the biography of Imam al-Humaydi do not tell us the names of his works as they ought to, but of them, the following can be found:
- Ar-Radd ‘Ala an-Nu’man (Refutation of an-Nu’man)
- Ad-Dala’il (Signs)
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